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Medical Office Administration


- Alberta high school diploma or equivalent verified by transcript or DAR and provide a CRC/Immunization disclaimer (form provided by the college)OR- Mature student status (18 years of age or older), provide a CRC/Immunization disclaimer (form provided by the college) and a passing score on the entrance examination.Manitoba applicants must also have been out of school for one year in addition to the above.

Benefits of this program

- Small class sizes- Career Services department provides assistance finding jobs and building resumes- Healthcare professionals are in high demand

Employment Opportunities

- Medical Secretary- Medical Transcriptionist- Medical Billing Clerk

Are you organized? Do you have the desire to help people? Now, you can get the skills you need to organize and run a medical office in Rumi Academy’s Medical Office Administration – Online program.

Online Medical Office Assistant Courses
In this 100% online course, you will learn how to prioritize patient requests, respond to basic patient inquiries, and process patient billing and appointments.

Our industry-experienced instructors are available to provide feedback in real-time through online forums and discussions.

Receive Additional Certifications
In addition to a variety of transferrable skills, including keyboarding, Microsoft Office Suite, and more, you’ll also earn certifications in First Aid and CPR during in-person training.


Qestions & Answers

Medical Office Administration professionals play a crucial role in the efficient operation of healthcare facilities, ensuring that administrative and clerical tasks are handled effectively. Their responsibilities involve both patient-facing and behind-the-scenes tasks that contribute to the smooth functioning of a medical office or healthcare facility.

Here are the essential skills for a Medical Office Administration:

Healthcare Technology Proficiency,Medical Coding and Billing Expertise,Interpersonal and Cultural Competence,Regulatory Compliance Knowledge,Organizational and Administrative Mastery,Effective Communication Skills,Problem-Solving and Critical Thinking,Adaptability and Continuous Learning

Here are some common tasks performed by individuals in Medical Office Administration:

Patient Scheduling,Patient Check-In and Check-Out,Insurance Verification,Medical Records Management,Billing and Coding,Financial Transactions,Answering Phones and Communication,Electronic Health Records (EHR) Management,Appointment Reminders,Patient Education,Office Supplies Management,Compliance with Regulations,Handling Patient Concerns,Team Collaboration,Appointment Coordination,Maintaining a Welcoming Environment,Technology Utilization,Problem-Solving

Medical Office Administration usually seek a person who has completed college or other equivalent diplomas. Since majority of the medical offices are now using computer software for maintaining patient records and files, the knowledge of computers is considered essential.

Here are common career advancement opportunities for individuals in Medical Office Administration:

Senior Medical Office Administrator,Office Manager in Healthcare,Practice Manager,Healthcare Administrator,Specialized Roles,Electronic Health Records (EHR) Specialist,Healthcare Information Manager,Continuing Education and Certifications,Healthcare Consulting,Entrepreneurship,Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration,Professional Associations and Leadership Roles,Research and Policy Advocacy,Healthcare Quality Improvement Roles,Educational Roles

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