This course offers a comprehensive understanding of medical terminology. Knowledge of basic medical terminology is required to perform successfully as a Health Unit Coordinator in a clinical setting. Key areas of concentration include medical terminology and basic anatomy physiology related to the body systems. Diagnostic procedures and therapeutic interventions will also be included as they are fundamental to the clinical medical setting. Accepted medical abbreviations, suffixes, combining forms and essential prefixes will be reviewed based on the current guidelines from The Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), formerly known as the American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT).
Your education is an important part of your future. You have an outstanding opportunity to increase your level of knowledge and in turn, increase your personal value in the business world. Individuals with medical terminology training are capable of analyzing and interpreting medical reports related to specific body systems.
The course is perfect for Health Unit Coordinator professionals who want to learn more detailed medical terminology . You will earn a NAHUC Contact Hour Award Certification.
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