Comprehensive Medical Assisting: Workbook

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Thomson Learning, 1997 - Medical assistants - 706 pages
This new full-color comprehensive medical assisting learning system responds to all new DACUM competencies and addresses many of the changes as a result of managed care. Its approach is broad and deep, written not just by one or two individuals, but by twenty-four talented authors who share their expertise in particular topics. The text, software, and supplements provide a sound and thorough understanding of the fundamentals, and then complements this with realistic simulations from the field of medical assisting-a feature not found in any other text!

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Contents

GENERAL PROCEDURES
6
Case study
25
Federal Regulations and Emergency Procedures
29
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