Martinsburg College is an online distance learning college offering an industry leading Medical Administration education certificate program. We are proud to serve the military community including veterans and military spouses.

Healthcare Administrative Specialist

A typical healthcare environment, whether it be a clinic, a doctor’s office, or hospital, will employ individuals to perform administrative duties, including greeting and checking in patients, scheduling, answering phones, and managing patient records. In the Healthcare Administrative Specialist Certificate Program students develop skills in office applications and procedures related to the healthcare environment, learn medical terminology, and develop skills related to the billing and coding process.

In order to be an effective healthcare administrator, students need to possess empathy and excellent customer service and communication skills. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail are also very important in this occupation.

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Upon completion of this certificate program, students are expected to able to:

  • Use business software applications to create and manage documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and email communications.
  • Describe how to professionally greet patients, answer phones, schedule appointments, and take messages.
  • Identify the meaning of, use, and understand medical terms.
  • Protect the security of patient records to ensure that confidentiality is maintained.
  • Compile and maintain patients’ electronic medical records, and ensure completeness, accuracy, and compliance with regulations.
  • List and describe the steps in the medical billing cycle.

Healthcare Administrative Specialist Certificate Program – Topics Include

Office procedures
Medical Terms and Definitions
Medical billing cycle
Insurance claim processing
Medical codes
Input and management of patient information in Electronic Health Records (EHR)
Scheduling appointments
Written and email correspondence
Use of social media