Being a Medical Clerical Worker: An Introductory Core Text
New chapter on diagnostic testing covers information on clinical laboratory, radiology, and physical therapy tests. Information on medical insurance has been significantly expanded to reflect new types of insurance forms, procedures, and codes that must be used in the constantly changing medical insurance field. The most recent CDC guidelines on emergency care and quality control have been added, updated, and expanded to reflect increased responsibilities of the medical clerical worker in today's health care environment. Contains updated information concerning employment opportunities for today's medical clerical worker.
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