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CASE STUDIES FOR MEDICAL ASSISTING, 1ST EDITION provides scripted scenarios specifically created to enrich the classroom experience. Instructors can create entire lessons through the hands-on application of all medical assisting skills, and not just in the perfect "textbook" ideal setting. Students gain all the real-life skills needed for the job-in the classroom.
Table of Contents
|To the Learner|
|To the Instructor|
|How to Use This Book|
|Demonstrate the Ability to correctly use Medical Terminology|
|Demonstrate a Working Knowledge of the Anatomy and Physiology of the HUMAN BODY|
|Demonstrate the Ability to Apply the Basic Principles of Human Behavior|
|Display a Professional Attitude|
|Demonstrate the Ability to Work as|
|Part of a Team|
|Perform Clerical Functions|
|Schedule and Manage Appointments|
|Schedule Inpatient and Outpatient Admissions and Procedures|
|Organize a Patient's Medical Record|
|File Medical Records|
|Perform Bookkeeping Procedures|
|Prepare a Bank Deposit'|
|Post Entries on a Daysheet|
|Perform Accounts Receivable Procedures|
|Perform Billing and Collection Procedures|
|Process Credit Balance|
|Post NSF Checks|
|Post Collection Agency Payments|
|Process Insurance Claims|
|Apply Managed Care Policies and Procedures Apply Third Party Guidelines|
|Perform Procedural Coding|
|Perform Diagnostic Coding|
|Complete Insurance Claim Forms|
|Wrap Items for Autoclaving|
|Perform Sterilization Techniques|
|Dispose of Biohazardous Materials|
|Practice Standard Precautions|
|Perform Capillary Puncture|
|Obtain Specimens for Microbiological Testing|
|Instruct Patients in the Collection of a Clean-Catch and Midstream Urine Specimen|
|Instruct Patients in the Collection of Fecal Specimens|
|Perform Respiratory Testing|
|Perform CLIA Waived Testing|
|Perform Hematology Testing|
|Perform Chemistry Testing|
|Perform Immunology Testing|
|Perform Microbiology Testing|
|Perform Telephone and In-person Screening|
|Obtain Vital Signs|
|Obtain and Record Patient History|
|Prepare and Maintain examination and Treatment Areas|
|Prepare Patient for and Assist with Routine and Specialty Examinations|
|Prepare Patient for and Assist with Procedures, Treatments, and Minor Office SURGERIES|
|Apply Pharmacology Principles to Prepare and Administer Oral and Parenteral (Excluding IVs) Medications|
|Maintain Medication and Immunization Records|
|Demonstrate the Ability to Perform CPR, AED and First Aid|
|Identify and apply the Basic Principles of a Patient's Dietary Needs|
|Respond to and Initiate Written Communication|
|Recognize and Respond to Verbal Communications|
|Recognize and Respond to Nonverbal Communications|
|Demonstrate Telephone Techniques|
|Demonstrate the Ability to Receive, Organize, Prioritize and Transmit|
|Perform Patient Interviewing Techniques|
|Perform Screening and Processing of Incoming and Outgoing Mail|
|Identify and Respond to Issues of Confidentiality|
|Perform Within Legal and Ethical Boundaries|
|Establish and Maintain the Medical Record|
|Demonstrate Knowledge of Federal and State Health Care Legislation and Regulations|
|Explain General Office Procedures|
|Instruct Individuals According to their Needs|
|Provide Instruction for Health Maintenance and Disease Prevention|
|Identify Community Resources|
|Perform and Inventory of Supplies and Equipment|
|Perform Routine Maintenance of Administrative and Clinical Equipment|
|Utilize Computer Software to Maintain Office Systems|
|Use Methods of Quality Control|
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