Interested in working in the medical industry, but not jazzed about dealing with blood, urine, and other bodily fluids?

Ever wonder how hospital administrators (you know, “head of the hospital”) get their start?

Are you a single parent needing flexible hours, or a person interested in a remote (working from home) job?

This career offers a variety of options whether you choose it as a lifelong career or as a steppingstone to a higher health occupation.

MFO Specialists welcome and check-in patients, schedule appointments, and optimize patient satisfaction on the phone and in person.

In this class students will learn customer service, patient billing, telephone etiquette, the importance of teamwork, and touch on coding. Students will be taught business skills such as: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), 10-key data entry, and improve their typing skills. They will develop an understanding and recognition of business letters, medical forms, patient releases, and medical releases.

Students will complete an internship of 120-hours in a clinical setting and learn to recognize diagnoses and procedure coding.

You will even learn about SOAP. No, not the cleansing bar…the subjective, objective, assessment, and plan. An acronym used as a method of documentation for healthcare providers.

So, now that you are interested, where can you get a job? Graduates find positions in medical clinics, labs, emergency rooms, and hospitals. Detail oriented adult students may choose to continue their learning in our medical coder program. Some may work as a MFO while obtaining a business degree in healthcare administration.

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This program prepares you for entry-level employment in a variety of health care facilities.

You will learn administrative routines and procedures followed in a medical office including correct medical terminology and advanced computer skills. Medical office accounting procedures, including patient billing, will also be covered.

You will gain skills required for numerous industry-related certifications. Background check is required.

Areas of Study

  • Introduction to Administrative Assistant – Medical
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Foundations of Technology
  • Employment Preparation
  • Administrative Medical Office Procedures
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Internship/Employment Preparation

Potential Career Path

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This Program provides the knowledge and skills to enter into the medical billing and coding career. Instruction includes:

  • Medical Terminology
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Procedural Coding
  • Diagnostic Coding
  • Insurance & Safety
  • Analyzing Medical Records for Correct Code Assignments

Become a Certified Professional Coder (CPC-A). Medical coding is a critical part of the medical office industry as submitting the appropriate reimbursement into the medical practice is vital to its existence.

Background check is required. Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED.

Areas of Study

  • Introduction to Coding I
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Patient Billing
  • Employment Preparation
  • ICD/CPT Coding

Potential Career Path

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Available Certifications/License

May require additional fees.

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  • Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA)
  • Certified Professional Coder (CPC)
  • Medical Office Assistant (NCCT)

Quick Facts

Students, Campus, Times

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  • Students: Adult & High School
  • Campus: Sapulpa Only
  • Times: Morning, Afternoon, Full Day