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If you want a career with the possibility of working from home, consider training to become a medical biller or coder.
You know you want to apply to a medical assisting program but may be unsure about the requirements. Here are common items you'll need to check off on.
Learn about the differences between a certified medical assistant training program and an associate degree program in medical assisting.
Dental assistants and medical assistants share the common goal of assisting professionals—physicians and dentists—in offices or healthcare office settings.
Are you stuck, torn between going into dental hygiene or registered nursing? Both seem like good ideas, but you’re confused about which career would be best for you.Read the full article
Each time a patient visits their physician, their medical record is reviewed, allowing the doctor to understand the patient’s history and reason for their visit.
Students are required to have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent to become a medical front office and billing receptionist.Read the full article