Medical Receptionist (HNFO)
Graduates of this program will have the knowledge, attitudes, skills, habits, and hands-on experience needed to perform a variety of technical health information functions, including organizing, analyzing and technically evaluating health information; compiling various administrative and health statistics; and coding diseases, operations, procedures and other therapies. Graduates can apply their skills by assembling patients’ health information including medical history, symptoms, examination results, diagnostic tests, treatment methods, and all other healthcare provider services. Graduates will be able to organize and manage health information data by ensuring its quality, accuracy, accessibility, and security. Special emphasis is placed on the use of computer and electronic methods of managing health data and clear, concise communication with physicians and other healthcare professionals to clarify diagnoses or to obtain additional information. PRINT with Descriptions
Gainful Employment Consumer Disclosure Information
Business Computer Systems
Introduction to Medical Terminology
Healthcare Delivery Systems
Healthcare Data Management
Introduction to Ethics
Ethics in the Medical Community
Allied Health Anatomy
Human Anatomy & Physiology I
Diagnostic Coding Fundamentals
We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.
This is a General Education or Elective course to be selected and therefore has no schedule link.