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The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) + Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) (Vouchers Included) includes: Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS)
Medical Terminology
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)

Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) + Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) (Vouchers Included)

Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) + Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) (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 Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
I. Becoming a Medical Assistant
Qualities of a Medical Assistant
Job Duties
Certification
Scope of Practice
Ambulatory Healthcare Settings
The Healthcare Team
II. Managing Stress and Improving Communication
Stress and Burnout
Types of Communication
Barriers to Effective Communication
Patient Interview Techniques
The Stages of Grief
III. Law, Ethics and Healthcare
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Informed Consent
Advance Directives
Ethical Guidelines for Healthcare Providers
Medical Identify Theft
IV. Improving Your Medical Office
The Reception Area
The Medical Receptionist
Safety Issues
Opening and Closing the Facility
V. Computers in the Ambulatory Care Setting
Use of Computers in the Medical Office
Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Electronic Health Record (EHR)
Safeguarding Protected Health Information (PHI)
Cloud Computing
Mobile Health (mHealth)
VI. Telecommunications and Patient Scheduling
Telephone Techniques
Faxing
Emails
Patient Portal
Patient Scheduling Methods
Cancellations and No Shows
Dealing with Irate Patients
VII. Enhancing the Patient Experience
Patient-Centered Medical Home
First Impressions
Patient Kiosk
Practice Website
Concierge Medicine
Telemedicine
VIII. Managing Medical Records
Purposes of Medical Records
Electronic, Paper and Hybrid Medical Records
Categories of Medical Records
Flow Sheets
SOAP Notes
Filing Paper Records
Release of Information (ROI)
Personal Health Record (PHR)
IX. Written Communication
Components of a Business Letter
Proofreading
Meeting Agendas
Business Emails
X. Working with Medical Documents
Purposes of Medical Records
Types of Medical Records:
Chart Notes
History & Physicals (H&Ps)
Operative Reports
Consultations
Discharge Summaries
Radiology and Imaging Reports
Pathology Reports
Procedure Reports
Laboratory Reports
Medical Transcriptionist/Medical Scribe
Electronic Signatures
XI. Medical Billing and Overview Coding: An Overview
Health Insurance Terms
Private and Government-Sponsored Insurers
Code Sets: ICD-10-CM/PCS, CPT, HCPCS Level II
CMS-1500 and UB-04
Electronic Claims
Pre-authorizations
Medical Necessity
Explanation of Benefits (EOBs)
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
XII. Daily Financial Practices
Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
Provider Fees
Improving Patient Payments
Claims Denial Strategies
Practice Management Software
Managing Patient Accounts
Petty Cash
XIII. The Administrative Medical Assistant as Office Manager
Qualities of an Office Manager
Job Duties
Policy & Procedure Manual
Staff Meetings
Physician Credentialing
Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI)
Practice Websites
XIV. Major Body Systems
Integumentary System
Musculoskeletal System
Circulatory System
Lymphatic System
Immune System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Urinary System
Nervous System
Endocrine System
Special Senses
Reproductive System
XV. Pathophysiology
Skin Disorders
Endocrine Disorders
Nervous System Disorders
Digestive System Disorders
Respiratory System Disorders
Circulatory System Disorders
Urinary System Disorders
Musculoskeletal System Disorders
Eye and Ear Disorders
Lymphatic and Immune System Disorders
Reproductive System Disorders
XVI. Pharmacology
Medical Uses of Drugs
Drug Regulations
Controlled Substances
Drug Classifications
Drug Actions
Common Abbreviations
Routes of Administration
Drug Names
Drug Formularies
Dose Calculations
XVII. Nutrition and Special Diets
Importance of Nutrition
Types of Nutrients
Healthy Diets
Therapeutic Diets
XVIII. The Chief Complaint and Patient History
Preparing for the Patient
Chief Complaint
Medical History
Approaching Sensitive Topics
Charting
XIX. Recording Vital Signs
Temperature
Blood Pressure
Pulse
Respiration
Height and Weight
Body Mass Index
XX. The Physical Examination
Methods of Examination
Examination Positions
Equipment and Supplies
Preparing the Patient
Order of the Examination
After the Examination
XXI. Specialty Exams and Procedures
Prenatal Examination
Gynecology Examination
Pediatric Examination
Geriatric Examination
Visual Acuity Testing
Pulse Oximetry
Ear Irrigation
XXII. Medical Asepsis and Infection Control
Medical Asepsis
Microorganisms
Infection Cycle
Transmission-Based Precautions
Bloodborne Pathogens
Other Potentially-Infectious Materials
Personal Protective Equipment
Needlestick Injuries
Standard Precautions
Infection Control
XXIII. Surgical Asepsis and Sterilization Techniques
Surgical Asepsis
Methods of Sterilization
Sterile Field
Preoperative Procedures
XXIV. Surgical Instruments
Cutting and Dissecting Instruments
Grasping and Clamping Instruments
Dilators, Scopes, and Probes
Retracting and Exposing Instruments
Care of Surgical Instruments
Chemical Cautery
Electrosurgery
Cryosurgery
Laser Surgery
XXV. Assisting with Minor Office Surgeries
Informed Consent
Patient Preparation
Preoperative Skin Cleansing
Postoperative Instructions
Wound Care
Suture and Staple Removal
Applying a Sterile Dressing
XXVI. Introduction to the Medical Laboratory
Purposes of Laboratory Testing
Types of Clinical Laboratories
Laboratory Departments
CLIA
Laboratory Requisitions
Laboratory Reports
Urinalysis
XXVII. Basic Microbiology
Bacteriology
Mycology
Parasitology
Virology
Immunology
XXVIII. Introduction to Phlebotomy
Composition of Blood
Supplies
Order of Draw
Venipuncture Methods
Venipuncture Sites
Specimen Identification
Capillary Puncture
Quality Assurance
XXIX. Basic Hematology
Red Blood Cells
White Blood Cells
Platelets
Coagulation Studies
Blood Count Tests
XXX. Electrocardiogram
Electrical Conduction System of the Heart
Cardiac Cycle
Normal Sinus Rhythm
Arrhythmias
12-Lead ECG
Multichannel ECG
Waveform Components
Common Artifacts
Electrophysiology
Holter monitor
Automated External Defibrillator
XXXI. Administering Noninjectable Medications
Medication Order
Six Rights of Medication Safety
Medication Label
Administration of Oral Medications
Administration of Inhaled Medications
Medication Errors
XXXII. Basic Guidelines for Administration of Injections
Intradermal Injections
Subcutaneous Injections
Intramuscular Injections
Syringes
Needles
Withdrawing Medication from a Vial or Ampule
Tuberculin Skin Test
XXXIII. Diagnostic Imaging
X-Rays
Ultrasonography
CT Scans
MRI Scans
Nuclear Medicine Scans
XXXIV. Rehabilitation and Treatment Modalities
Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy
Sports Medicine
Proper Body Mechanics
Care for a Falling Patient
Wheelchair Safety
Transfer Techniques
XXXV. First Aid Techniques
Types of Wounds
Burns
Musculoskeletal Injuries
Choking
Syncope
Poisoning
XXXVI. Emergencies in the Medical Office
Anaphylaxis
Cardiac Arrest
Asthma
Shock
Seizures
Diabetic Emergencies
Crash Cart
Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS)
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
C. MIPS
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?
B. HIPAA and CEHRS
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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