Our MOA program teaches students how to provide excellent patient administration. By the end of the program, you will know how to use an electronic health records system, where pertinent and confidential information is kept for every patient. With the use of paper charts, you will also learn the importance of filing reports in their designated areas within the medical chart.
This program includes instruction in general office skills, medical data processing, medical office software, clinical office procedures, and principles of medical record-keeping and applicable regulations. Communication skills are also emphasized, as they are highly valued in Medical Office Administration.
After you graduate, you might be eligible to boost your resume with one of several certification exams. These include the Electronic Health Records Specialist exam, the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant exam, and the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist exam. While these credentials are not required to graduate, they can be of value depending on your career goals. Our faculty members would be readily available to advise you about such certifications.