Thursday, September 17, 2009
Creating Your Medical Assisting "Job Magnet"
Medical care, therapeutic, and pharmaceutical services play an important role in our economy and welfare. Major cities to rural areas, recruiters and employers are in constant need for qualified front and back medical office staff—and this will likely not change any time soon. If you have a current resume, and can show that you know medical terminology, clinical procedures, along with administrative task, medical coding and billing, medical insurance claims processing, or that you have done data entry jobs, and medical transcriptions, then chances are you have what it takes to land a good job! Good clinical and clerical skills, along with good listening and organizational skills go a long way in the medical office. They are the "job magnet" for those seeking a medical assistant job.