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- Medical law and ethics
- Medical terminology
- Medical office procedures
- Clinical procedures
- Techniques for patient care
- Administering injections and medications
- Introduction to pharmacology
- Medical lab procedures and clinical procedures labs
- Beginning coding
- Schedule management and employee supervision
- Basics of accounting (QuickBooks)
There are employment opportunities in hospitals, insurance companies, outpatient medical offices, and HMOs for well-trained executive medical assistants. Medical assistants in Utah earn $12.50 to $13.50 as inexperienced workers. In the U.S., median salaries can be $13.60 per hour. Students may advance to supervisory positions where wages are higher than those listed here.
- Confirm personal testimony in the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.
- Collaborate with others using interpersonal skills in an honest, ethical, and Christ-like manner.
- Communicate effectively using written and verbal presentation principles.
- Construct new knowledge using technology and information resource tools.
- Comprehend and think critically to solve problems.
- Cultivate a strong, professional work ethic and life-long learning opportunities.
- Perform within ethical and legal scope as a medical assistant.
- Document professionally and appropriately in the medical record for clinical procedures and patient care performed.
- Perform or assist with office procedures per quality control standards and clinical policies
- Provide accurate patient specimen collection and analysis in compliance to standards.
- Perform patients’ assessment and vital sign measures with correct clinical documentation.
- Manage patient billing, bookkeeping, and clerical functions using accounting principles. (AAS only)
- Articulate career preparation confidently using resumes and interviews.