Prentice Hall Health Question and Answer Review for the Medical Assistant
For preparation for the Medical Assistant Certifying Examination (CMA or RMA) tests.This text serves as a comprehensive and systematic guide in the review process-to help students learn test-taking fundamentals, reduce related anxiety, and improve performance. Test strategies promote success by giving the student the confidence they need to pass the exam. Copies of the AAMA Medical Assistant Role Delineation Chart and the Registered Medical Assistant Competency Areas Outline are provided to inform students of the knowledge base and competencies expected of them.
- Mixed media product | 469 pages
- 223 x 260.6 x 33.3mm | 1,338.11g
- 01 Nov 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 6th edition
Table of contents
I. GENERAL INFORMATION. 1. Medical Terminology and Basic Anatomy and Physiology. 2. Medical Law and Ethics. 3. Professional Communications and Human Relations. II. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES. 4. Oral and Written Communications. 5. Bookkeeping, Credits, and Collections. 6. Medical Records and Office Management. 7. Insurance and Coding. 8. Computers and Office Machines. III. CLINICAL PROCEDURES. 9. Examination Room Techniques. 10. Laboratory Procedures. 11. Medication and Pharmacology. 12. Emergencies and First Aid. 13. Visual Aids. IV. PRACTICE TEST. 14. Practice Test. Index.
About Tom Palko
TOM PALKO, MT (ASCP) and HILDA PALKO, MT (ASCP), CMA, have authored three books and their combined teaching experience spans 40 years. Tom is the director of the medical assistant and medical technology programs at Arkansas Tech University. Hilda's medical background includes years of experience in both the private and governmental sectors of the health field.