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CMA 130 - Administrative Medical Office Procedures

Description: Concurrent Requisite: HIT 151 Medical Terminology This course introduces students to medical office administrative procedures including introduction and development of basic keyboarding and beginning word processing skills. Emphasis will be placed on the creation of medical correspondence including letters, memos, reports, and policy/procedure manuals. Medical practice financial procedures including bookkeeping, processing payroll, banking, and creation of spreadsheets will be covered. SUNY GEN ED; NCC GEN ED Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Administrative Business Tech

CMA 132 - Clinical Documentation Procedures

Description: Prerequisite: ABT 254, AHS 131, HIT 151, HIT 270 (with a grade of C or better in each course) Concurrent Requisite: AHS 132, CMA 134 This course covers entry-level medical office clinical procedures including patient intake procedures and documentation of care. The medical assistant's role in complying with federal regulations and public health rules is reviewed. The student is introduced to theory and practical application of medical ethics. Course includes instruction in use of outpatient electronic health record software. SUNY GEN ED; NCC GEN ED Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Administrative Business Tech

CMA 134 - CMA Laboratory Procedures

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Credit Hours: 3
Department: Administrative Business Tech

CMA 236 - Administrative Practicum

Description: Prerequisite: AHS 131, CMA 130, HIT 151, HIT 156, HIT 170, HIT 270 (with a grade of C or better in each course) Concurrent Requisite: CMA 132, HIT 158 This course is a supervised practical experience for development of fundamental skills in administrative medical assistant procedures through an internship placement in a physician's office, medical clinic, or other healthcare facility. Students will prepare a portfolio and practice interviewing skills. Preparation for the CMA (AAMA) certification examination is completed in class with review of the exam prep book. SUNY GEN ED; NCC GEN ED Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Administrative Business Tech

CMA 238 - Clinical Practicum

Description: Prerequisite: AHS 100, AHS 103, AHS 132, BIO 131, CMA 132, CMA 134, HIT 151 (with a grade of C or better in each course) Concurrent Requisite: NTR 198 This course is a supervised practical experience for development of fundamental skills in clinical medical assistant procedures through an internship placement in a physician's office, medical clinic, or other healthcare facility. Preparation for the CMA (AAMA) certification examination is completed in class with review of the exam prep book. SUNY GEN ED; NCC GEN ED Offered: Fall, Spring

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Administrative Business Tech