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The Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist + Medical Terminology (Vouchers Included) includes: Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) (Voucher Included)
Medical Terminology
Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS)

Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist + Medical Terminology (Vouchers Included)

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Medical Terminology
I. Introduction to Medical Terminology
II. The Musculoskeletal System
III. The Cardiovascular System
IV. The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
V. The Respiratory System
VI. The Digestive System
VII. The Urinary System
VIII. The Nervous System
IX. The Special Senses The Eyes and Ears
X. The Integumentary System
XI. The Endocrine System
XII. The Reproductive System
XIII. Diagnostic Procedures, Nuclear Medicine, Pharmacology
Certified Medical Administrative Assistant
I. Becoming an Administrative Medical Assistant
A. Qualities of a Medical Assistant
B. Job Duties
C. Certification
D. Scope of Practice
E. Ambulatory Healthcare Settings
F. The Healthcare Team
II. Managing Stress and Improving Communication
A. Stress and Burnout
B. Types of Communication
C. Barriers to Effective Communication
D. Patient Interview Techniques
E. The Stages of Grief
III. Law, Ethics and Healthcare
A. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
B. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
C. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
D. Informed Consent
E. Advance Directives
F. Ethical Guidelines for Healthcare Providers
G. Medical Identify Theft
IV. Improving Your Medical Office
A. The Reception Area
B. The Medical Receptionist
C. Safety Issues
D. Opening and Closing the Facility
V. Computers in the Ambulatory Care Setting
A. Use of Computers in the Medical Office
B. Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Electronic Health Record (EHR)
C. Safeguarding Protected Health Information (PHI)
D. Cloud Computing
E. Mobile Health (mHealth)
VI. Telecommunications and Patient Scheduling
A. Telephone Techniques
B. Faxing
C. Emails
D. Patient Portal
E. Patient Scheduling Methods
F. Cancellations and No Shows
G. Dealing with Irate Patients
VII. Medical Terminology: Word Parts, Plurals, Abbreviations
A. Importance of Medical Terminology
B. Understanding Word Parts: Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
C. Abbreviations and Acronyms in Medical Records
D. Plural Endings
VIII. Managing Medical Records
A. Purposes of Medical Records
B. Electronic, Paper and Hybrid Medical Records
C. Categories of Medical Records
D. Flow Sheets
E. SOAP Notes
F. Filing Paper Records
G. Release of Information (ROI)
H. Personal Health Record (PHR)
IX. Written Communication
A. Components of a Business Letter
B. Proofreading
C. Meeting Agendas
D. Business Emails
X. Working with Medical Documents
A. Purposes of Medical Records
B. Types of Medical Record
C. Medical Transcriptionist/Medical Scribe
D. Electronic Signatures
XI. Medical Billing and Coding: An Overview
A. Health Insurance Terms
B. Private and Government-Sponsored Insurers
C. Code Sets: ICD-10-CM/PCS, CPT, HCPCS Level II
D. CMS-1500 and UB-04
E. Electronic Claims
F. Pre-authorizations
G. Medical Necessity
H. Explanation of Benefits (EOBs)
I. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
J. Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
XII. Daily Financial Practices
A. Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
B. Provider Fees
C. Improving Patient Payments
D. Claims Denial Strategies
E. Practice Management Software
F. Managing Patient Accounts
G. Petty Cash
XIII. The Administrative Medical Assistant as Office Manager
A. Qualities of an Office Manager
B. Job Duties
C. Policy & Procedure Manual
D. Staff Meetings
E. Physician Credentialing
F. Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI)
G. Practice Websites
Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist
I. An Overview of EHR and CEHRS
A. What is an EHR
B. The Importance of EHRs
C. Efforts to Encourage EHR Adoption
D. EHRs in the Future
E. The Role of a CEHRS in a Medical Practice
II. Introduction to Harris CareTracker
A. Main Elements of Harris CareTracker
B. Major Parts of a Client Chart
C. Schedule Options
D. Claims Submission and Payment Process
E. Available Reporting Categories
III. History of EHRs
A. EHR Origins in Practice Management Systems
B. Major Federal Initiatives to Promote EHR Adoption
IV. Steps to EHR Implementation
A. Step 1: Assess
B. Step 2: Plan
C. Step 3: Select
D. Step 4: Implement
V. V. The EHR Framework
A. EHR Architecture, Hardware, Software, Networks and Interfaces
B. Human-Computer Interface (User) Devices
C. Functional, Data Content, and Vocabulary Standards
D. Feature and Data Formats
E. Security Controls
F. Hybrid Health Records
G. Disaster Recovery
VI. HIPAA Requirements and EHR Systems
A. What is HIPAA?
C. HIPAA Privacy Rule
D. HIPAA Security Rule
VII. The EHR and Record Content
A. Record Purposes
B. Record Formats and Types of Data
C. Record Standards
D. Medical Record Content
E. Documentation Practices
VIII. Lists, Treatment Plans, Orders, and Results
A. The Lists
B. Summary Lists in the Office Workflow
C. Standards – Functional, Content, and Vocabulary
IX. Patient Visit Management
A. The EHR in an Office Workflow
B. Master Patient Index
C. Service Payment Information
D. Scheduling
E. Consents, Acknowledgements, Advance Directives, and Authorizations
X. Coding, Billing, and Practice Reports
A. Coding and Billing Workflow
B. Code Sets and Clinical Vocabularies
C. Coding, Billing, and the EHR
D. Encoders and Computer-Assisted Coding
E. Electronic Bill Submission
XI. Patient Communications
A. Patient-Focused Communication
B. Patient Portals
C. Personal Health Records
XII. Practice Reports, Research, Registries, and Reportable Events
A. Medical Product Development
B. Practice Requirements
C. Standards that Support Research
D. Registries and Reportable Events
XIII. Personal Health Records and Continuing Care Records
A. Personal Health Record
B. Communication Among Providers for Continuing Care
C. Continuity of Care Record
D. Ongoing Training and Technical Support of EHR Software





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