Modern Medical Assisting
Modern Medical Assisting offers you comprehensive, highly practical guidance on everything from your administrative and clinical responsibilities to patient relations, staff interactions, and professional problem-solving: complies fully with the 1997 AAMA Role Delineation Study objectives to equip you with the approved guidelines and terminology; uses lists, charts, and tables wherever possible in place of the dense paragraphs that can make other sources so difficult to get through; offers you in-depth coverage of anatomy and physiology, laboratory skills, microbiology, and ethical/legal concerns; describes and illustrates procedures step by step ... and explains not only how to perform your responsibilities properly, but also why things are done in a particular way; integrates charting notes into procedures; features hundreds of full-color illustrations, photographs, and microbiology slides to make every concept and procedure clear; showcases true-to-life examples and concrete tips in boxes to give you an uncommonly practical perspective on the content; and includes Free Windows-compatible computer software with over 1,000 questions to reinforce your knowledge of key concepts. Modern Medical Assisting provides all the information you need to master to become credentialed ... with a focus on the practical, how-to skills that are necessary in the "real world" of medical assisting practice!
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