National American University’s Associate of Applied Science online Medical Administrative Assistant training program is designed to prepare your for entry-level administrative positions in a variety of healthcare settings. The program at this online medical administrative assistant school uses a combination of lecture and laboratory sessions to address administrative and general office topics in order to prepare students for entry level positions in health care. Medical administrative assistant’s duties may include greeting patients, setting appointments, scheduling hospital admissions, medical transcription, bill collections, office compliance and other general office procedures. Those with sufficient training and experience may become responsible for office management.
To learn more about program goals, learning outcomes, and course descriptions, view the . For more information call (800) 209-0182 or visit the Online – Undergraduate campus page.
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- Medical Assistants
- Medical Secretaries
- Medical Law & Ethics
- Medical Record Management
- Healthcare Coding I
- Healthcare Coding II
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Self-Directed Learner Statement
Students enrolled in online courses at NAU's online medical administrative assistant school will be expected to complete a significant portion of their course work independent of direct faculty supervision. Due to the nature of online learning, the instructor’s role will be that of a facilitator and guide. In that role, the instructor will provide the student with guidelines and learning activities, and will offer feedback and evaluation as the student proceeds with the course. Success depends upon the individual student’s self-motivation and ability to undertake independent study. Experience has shown that some students fail to realize the degree of effort and time that is required to successfully complete the course(s). Based upon the foregoing, NAU requires that students acknowledge their role as self-directed learners during the enrollment process.