Demand for admins in health care rising

September 2015
Administrative Professional Today;Sep2015, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p1
The article discusses the three health care administrative roles to consider in shifting to electronic medical records, according to executive director Robert Hosking of OfficeTeam, a staffing service. Various roles include the responsibilites of medical office administrator, registration of patient, intake and admissions clerk, and placing medical front desk coordinator.


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