Medical Office Administration
Associate of Applied Science Degree
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The Medical Office Administration Program prepares students by creating a foundation of knowledge and skills in the medical office environment.
The two-year Medical Office Administration degree is designed to prepare students for a career performing medical office functions such as scheduling, office reception, coding and billing regulations, medical documentation, managing patient records, writing reports, and other medical office functions.
Students who successfully complete the Associate of Applied Science in Medical Office Administration degree will:
- Demonstrate professional skills that lead to success within the medical office workplace
- Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills
- Apply critical thinking and decision-making skills
- Distinguish the importance of an ethical work environment
- Apply information and technology tools relevant to the profession
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Fill out our request info form. This will alert us that you are interested in the Office Technology programs.
If you are new to UCC (you've never taken a class), apply to UCC. Otherwise, you are done for now. You will be contacted about the next steps.
In Umpqua Community College’s Medical Office Administration program, you will develop the skills necessary to assist doctors, physicians and surgeons with this important clerical work. Common duties might include scheduling, answering phones, deciphering insurance regulations, coding, billing, transcribing medical documents, handling payroll, managing patient records, writing reports and preparing professional correspondence.
Students not knowing how to keyboard should take OA110 their first quarter or prior to entry into the program. UCC placement testing will determine if pre-requisite courses in writing, math, reading, or computers is needed.
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