Medical Office Assistants routinely work in specialty practices, hospitals, clinics, or related healthcare organizations. They typically schedule appointments, organize and maintain files, prepare reports and letters, and design office system procedures. They are also responsible for billing and collections for their practices.
Length & Cost of Training
The 320-hour program generally takes two semesters to complete. Tuition is $1,953 not including books.
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