Book Name: Medical Assisting Administrative & Clinical Competencies 8th Edition
Author: Michelle Blesi
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN-10, 13: 9781305110700,1305110706
Pages: 1474 Pages
File size: 103 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB
Medical Assisting Administrative & Clinical Competencies 8th Edition Pdf Book Description:
Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies, Eighth Edition is a proven, competency-based learning system with a 30-year history of success. It is written in an interesting, easy to understand format and covers the knowledge, skills, behaviors, and values necessary to prepare you to become a thriving, multiskilled medical assistant. The entire learning system which includes a variety of print and digital components for all learner types is designed to be an interactive guide as you embark on a career in medical assisting. The eighth edition has been revised and updated to make it even more accessible, logical, and innovative for today’s dynamic health care environment. A textbook of this nature requires the input and assistance of many friends, professional colleagues and acquaintances, subject matter experts, and the publishing team. The authors are particularly grateful to the reviewers, listed on the next pages, who continue to be a valuable resource. Their insights, comments, suggestions, and attention to detail are very important in guiding this book as it evolves. Our deepest gratitude goes out to Lauren Whalen, content developer, who provided endless guidance, leadership, and support throughout this project. Keeping us on track and providing feedback expertise was much appreciated.
Your positive attitude, work ethic, and professionalism allows you to perform your role effortlessly. And last but not least, many thanks to the multiple talented team players at Cengage who have played a role in the development of this project. We couldn’t have completed it without you. The health care industry is one of the oldest and most respected professions in the world. The field of medicine has been around for thousands of years, dating as far back as 3000 BC. Some scientists even suspect that medicinal properties were used far before the first documented findings. Medical pioneers paved the way for today’s engineers to create innovative technology and medications that cure and treat some of the most complex of diseases. Because of these innovations, our quality of life is much better, and the average life span has increased by several years. The evolution and specialization of medicine has encouraged many health care specialties and subspecialties to emerge, even creating several tiers of practitioners to work in each area. Medical assisting not only continues to be one of the fastest-growing health care occupations today but is also among the most versatile careers. Chapter 1 explores the skills and responsibilities. of the medical assistant, examines behaviors necessary to be successful in the health care industry, and discusses various credentialing opportunities
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