Medical Office Specialist

Many individuals have a desire to work in health care but feel unsure of where they fit exactly within the field. Some folks want to be clinicians, working as nurses or dental assistants, assuming allied health care positions that afford them hands-on access to patients. Others feel compelled to conduct research or to plan and execute public health programs and initiatives. And some find their place in health care administration, as a medical office professional. In as few as eight months, one can complete Concorde’s medical office administration training, making them ready for the workplace!

 

Medical Office Specialist

 

If you are considering this program and career, you first should have a solid understanding of what the career entails. Medical office professionals may be the first point of contact for patients when visiting a physician. For this reason, customer service is especially important in the role. Depending on where you work, medical office administrators might perform duties akin to a secretary, including scheduling appointments and managing billing. Medical office administrators play a crucial role in compiling and managing medical charts and reports. For this reason, strong organization skills and attention to detail are imperative.

Many medical or dental offices are fast-paced and require professionals to work with individuals who are not feeling their best. A kind, patient, and upbeat demeanor are especially important for a medical office specialist.

Concorde’s medical office professional training gives you real-world, practical training that gives you a baseline understanding of everything you need to be career ready. With this specific training, students can find employment as a medical office administrator in outpatient care centers, dental practices and rehab centers. As a medical office professional, you assume a very important role within the health care community, one that will continue to expand throughout your career. If you have always wanted to work in a “behind the scenes” administrative role within health care, you might want to consider a career as a medical office administrator.

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