Medical Office Administration

Achieve a Diploma in as few as 8 months*

Being in medical office administration (MOA) means you get a chance to be the “jack of all trades” or the “fixer” that keeps the office going with day-to-day duties. The day of a medical office administrator can be fast-paced, highly diverse and often chaotic dealing with billing, greeting patients, processing claims and maintaining records.

A health care career path that sustains family and community

MOA courses focus on such topics as managing daily office operations and finances, as well as being the “middle man” between patients and insurance providers. You’ll gain real-world experiences in our hands-on training. MOA classes are offered at most of our campuses, such as San Diego, Kansas City, Aurora, Portland, and others.

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Have you been searching for medical office administration programs near you? Your search ends at Concorde, where you can start training to earn your Medical Office Administration diploma and help you achieve your exciting future in health care.

*Program length varies by location

Medical Office Administration

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Curriculum

The coursework in Concorde’s Medical Office Administration training program intersects classroom theory with hands-on training for an immersive learning experience from Day 1 in the practical aspects of providing a high level of support in a variety of medical office job settings. Coursework focuses on such topics as managing daily office operations and finances, as well as serving as a navigational liaison between patients and insurance providers.

Upon completion of this program, graduates can take the licensing exam to qualify for employment in this field.

 

Clinical functions can include:

  • Accounts receivable and payable
  • Billing and fee collection
  • Payroll and taxes
  • Records management
  • Insurance claims processing
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