WE ARE ONLY MODIFYING _ THE RADIO BUTTON DOES NOT ALLOW ME TO CHANGE FROM NEW TO MODIFICATION
The Administrative Medical Assisting Program at Glendale prepares the student for employment as an administrative medical assistant in a physician's office or a clinic or any other healthcare facility.
The program instruction is designed to prepare the student to schedule appointments, perform medical reception duties, handle financial matters (including medical billing, and collection, manage electronic health records and other medical records, and to complete insurance & reimbursement process. The extern-ship in the front office of a physician's office will help provide the student with the administrative experience necessary to enter the workforce.
We are modifying /revising ONLY the tittles of 4 existing courses within the Medical Office Administration Program
MOA 193 - Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) Coding - MOA 193 provides the student with an introduction to Healthcare Common Procedure Coding Systems (HCPCS) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding for ambulatory services related to facility and professional services, with an overview of coding conventions, principles, regulatory guidance, and coding software.
MOA 188 - Healthcare Law and Ethics - provides the student with an introduction to legal issues pertaining to healthcare, health information, and the patient’s health record as a legal document. The course includes instruction on patient privacy and confidentiality, patient rights, release of information, informed consents, advance directives, compliance, criminal activities including fraud and abuse, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Electronic -Health.
MOA 184 - Healthcare Delivery System provides students with an introduction to health care delivery systems, including ambulatory, long-term and managed care, mental health, rehabilitation medicine,hospice and home health. This course also focuses on regulatory and accreditation requirements, funding and reimbursement, licensing and government regulations within the health care delivery system.
MOA 197 - Disease Process is an introduction to the disease processes in the human body and drugs used in their treatment. The course emphasizes the basic physiological concepts of common diseases: the etiology, signs and symptoms, and methods of diagnosis, along with prognoses, medical treatments, and therapeutic procedures.
(Y1 or S1)
|MOA 180||Health Information |
Management & HIPAA
|MOA 182||Medical Terminology||3||S1-Fall |
|MOA 183||Introduction to Medical Insurance & Billing||4||S1- Fall |
|MOA 185||Medical Office Management||3||S1- Fall |
|MOA 193||Current Procedural Terminology ||3||S2- Spring|
|MOA 188||Healthcare Law and Ethics||3||S2- Spring|
|MOA 184 ||Healthcare Delivery Systems||2||S2- Spring|
|MOA 197||Disease Process||3||S3 - Summer |
|BUS AD 204||Customer Service Skills||1||S4 - Fall |
|MOA 050||Internship ||3||S4- Fall |