You can probably guess that these professionals perform administrative or clerical tasks in hospitals or clinics, often at the front desk in the context of a customer-facing role. But what are some of the more elusive aspects of this career? Check out this article to gain some important insight into the true job description.
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We spend a lot of time at hospitals and clinics and the first person we usually see when we walk in the door is the receptionist-but what does a medical administrative assistant do aside from check you in?
Medical administration duties can range from data entry and insurance billing to taking X-rays and assisting in patient care. We combed through government information and job-analysis data to identify some of the most common medical administration duties. Keep reading to see if this sounds like the career you’ve been seeking!
For eight years, Petty Officer 2nd Class Iris Clark of Waco, Texas served her country with the U.S. Navy as a mechanical engineer. She finished two deployments aboard the USS Harry S. Truman, one to the Mediterranean, the other to the Persian Gulf. Clark is a proud servicewoman, and a proud mother of two.
The School of Health Sciences Director at Rasmussen College speaks about Medical Administration educational and career paths.
Watch the latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video series which shares information about medical administration degree programs and career paths.
Join the Director of The School of Health Sciences at Rasmussen College and host Allie Gray Freeland in the latest installment of the What Should I Do With My Life Video series featuring information about a medical administration job description.