Medical Office Manager Online

Course Name

Medical Office Manager Online

Contact Hours: 750

Course Description

The Medical Office Manager/Administration Training Course is a gold mine creating opportunities for administrative or managerial positions in a medical provider office, clinic, or a hospital. It’s a great way to embark in a rewarding and interesting career all in one package. It adds the experience level for a new field: Compliance Planning. The medical office manager course is equivalent to 2 years college training at a fraction of the cost (typically about $20,000 at most schools). Learn all of it home at your own pace at a fraction of the cost.

What to Expect:

Learn the skills in a fast track training program, complete with comprehensive test and practice exams to provide not only the basic theories needed, but have lots of hands on experience all the way. Medical charts, billings, insurance – lots of hands-on practice. Then get great jobs!!

Career Overview:

Medical Office Managers administrate healthcare provider functions in clinics and hospitals, working with providers, managing support staff, assisting or providing human resource functions, developing and expediting policies/procedures and compliance plans. One must understand all provider operational functions from management to coding, billing, reimbursement, reporting and contract care. Need is increasing as governmental agencies increase the compliance complications.

Please note: course of study may be completed earlier than indicated and students retain access for one year from the date of enrollment.

Outcome

Upon completion, students will be well-prepared to take on the role of Medical Office Manager.

Assessment

Assessment Tools:

•Exams
•Quizzes
•Practical Experience
•Online exercises

Outline

MODULE I – Medical Terminology Course

SECTION I – LANGUAGE ORIGINS AND ADAPTATIONS

Chapter 1 – Etymology
Chapter 2 – Grammar, Spelling & Punctuation
Chapter 3 – Medical Words

SECTION II – DYNAMICS OF MEDICAL VOCABULARY AND WORD STRUCTURE

Chapter 1 – Word Dynamics
Chapter 2 – Body Dynamics
Chapter 3 – Medical Instruments & Equipment
Chapter 4 – Medical Specialties & Specialists
Chapter 5 – Diagnostic Medicine
Chapter 6 – Abbreviations
Chapter 7 – Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 11 – Just for Fun

GLOSSARY AND REFERENCES (INCLUDED NO EXTRA CHARGE)
Anatomical Words, Drug References & Instruments (on-line access)

DRUG LISTING – generic alpha, name brand cross-reference, plus 200 of the most commonly prescribed drugs.

MODULE II

INTRODUCTION AND ORIENTATION
Report Types
OUTPATIENT REPORTS
INPATIENT REPORTS
PHARMACOLOGICAL COMPENDIUM
Pharmacology is the study of drugs and their interactions with living organisms. It is one of the oldest branches of medicine.

MODULE III – CODING

SECTION I – CODING THEORY

I. INDUSTRY HISTORY & THE CODES
II. THE CODER
III. ICD CODING
IV. CPT CODING
V. LIABILITY & LEGAL ISSUES
VI. SUMMARY

SECTION II – CODE IT!