Associate » Medical Administrative Assistant

Healthcare Education to get you started as a medical administrative assistant!

The medical industry is growing at such a rapid pace that many new opportunities are being introduced by both healthcare providers and insurance companies. Become a part of it with a Medical Administrative Assistant Associate degree from Ohio Business College!

Healthcare training for today's medical offices

Students acquire specialized skills such as mastery of medical terminology, transcription, office procedures, coding and computerized medical management at this medical administrative assistant school.  Our students also gain a foundation in information technology, which can enhance the organizational and communication skills necessary for a healthcare career.

The medical industry is a fast-paced work environment that requires professionals at every level to function effectively. Medical administrative assistants are important team members who can help keep medical offices running smoothly.  Medical administrative assistants carry out many different duties each day. Some of these tasks can include greeting patients, answering telephones, scheduling appointments, updating and organizing medical and billing records, and more. Ohio Business College is an excellent choice if you’re seeking a medical administrative assistant school.

Employment of medical records and health information technicians is expected to increase by 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations.

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Career Pathways

Graduates are prepared to enter into entry-level positions such as:

  • medical records technicians
  • medical billing and coding specialists
  • transcriptionists
  • medical administrative assistants
  • unit secretaries
  • patient coder analysts.

Medical administrative assistants can find work in many different types of healthcare settings. Whether in hospitals, physicians’ offices or specialized medical practices, medical administrative assistants do important work that helps patients receive effective care.

Graduates from the Medical Administrative Assistant program at Ohio Business College are eligible to sit for National Certified Medical Insurance Billing & Coding Specialist (NCICS) and National Certified Medical Office Assistant (NCMOA).


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