In the healthcare industry, it’s important for facilities to be organized and efficient, especially larger entities like the Cleveland Clinic. The people in charge of keeping facilities like this running smoothly tend to be medical office administrators.

In our Medical Office Administration degree program, you will earn an associate degree in Medical Office Administration and acquire the skills to work in a hospital, doctor’s office, clinic, and other healthcare facilities.

The WVJC Online Medical Office Administration program teaches students how to manage the “front of house” operations of a medical or healthcare facility. These responsibilities range from patient management, such as scheduling appointments and treatments, to administrative management, such as billing, coding, and maintaining patient records.

To discover how WVJC Online can help you take advantage of a growing healthcare filed, call or request info today!

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  • Externships
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Real Skills For Real Jobs:

Medical office administrators are responsible for managing the front desk operations of a doctor’s office, hospital, or other medical facility so that physicians, nurses, and other medical staff can focus on the needs of patients.

Medical office administrators are trained professionals who are required to provide customer service as well as perform the following tasks:

  • Performing basic coding
  • Maintaining electronic health records
  • Handling billing
  • Scheduling appointments for patients
  • Understanding medical terms
  • Working with medical records
  • Transcribing a doctor’s notes
  • Protecting patient privacy
  • Using computers and medical software for office tasks

Career Opportunities

Earning a medical office management degree can create a number of career opportunities for those looking to work in the business side of the healthcare industry. You could:

  • Manage a doctor’s office
  • Work with insurance companies
  • Work at the admissions desk of a hospital
  • Work as a doctor’s secretary
  • Work as an administrative assistant in any kind of medical office

As you can see, by receiving medical office management training and earning your degree, you can work in hospitals, doctors’ offices, clinics and other healthcare facilities within Ohio.

For those living in the Cleveland, Akron, Canton and Youngstown areas, a medical office administration degree program can be the ideal next step toward your dream career. Home to healthcare facilities such as the Cleveland Clinic and Akron Children’s Hospital, the Cleveland area offers many potential career opportunities for those who earn their degree.

If you choose a medical office management online program like WVJC Online’s, you could earn your associate degree in just 18 months.

Externships and Certifications

We are also different from other medical office administration online programs offered in Ohio because an externship is included as part of the training in order to give you real life experience working and interacting with real patients.

Completing an externship and gaining the experience that goes along with it can help distinguish you from other applicants in the job search process.

Our medical office management training is designed to help you achieve your career goals, and one of the main ways we do this is by preparing you for certification exams.

Certifications are another way you can help set yourself apart from other job applicants.

Some of the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certifications we prepare you for in our medical office administration online program include:

  • Certified Medical Administrative Assistant*
  • Certified Billing and Coding Specialist**
  • Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist**

*Required/Included in Tuition/Fees

**Optional at own expense

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