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Administrative Medical Assisting by Fordney M.T., Follis J.J.

By Fordney M.T., Follis J.J.

Administrative clinical supporting, 4E is the main complete hands-on textual content and workbook studying package deal to be had for clinical workplace management scholars. This revision encompasses a new bankruptcy on conventional and controlled care settings, plus controlled care subject matters built-in all through the place applicable, corresponding to controlled care contracts, implications of controlled care contracts on monetary elements of practices, referrals, and assortment suggestions in a controlled care atmosphere. Accompanying the textual content is a loose home windows< studyguide software along with greater than 1,000 actions and alertness workouts particular to the management of todayÆs dynamic clinical workplace atmosphere. a brand new 2-column layout and lots of extra photos and figures were additional to aid and workbook options.

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The CMA and registered medical assistant (RMA) credentials are nationally recognized and do not require any action when moving from one state to another. Remember, you must adhere to the laws regarding the CMA or RMA in the state where you work. As a medical assistant, you are not licensed and therefore not limited to certain duties. The physician-employer has the sole responsibility of setting any limits on the duties of a medical assistant. Although most states do not require certification for employment, employers seek the CMA or RMA because certification indicates the achievement of certain standards of competence.

Generally, a licensed physician must be a state resident, of good moral character, a U. S. citizen, and 21 years of age or older. A physician may have his or her license revoked or suspended by the board of medical examiners in most states for a variety of reasons, including certain criminal offenses, unprofessional conduct, fraud, or professional or personal incompetence. Criminal offenses include but are not limited to murder, manslaughter, robbery, and rape. Examples of unprofessional conduct may include invasion of a patient’s privacy, excessive use of alcohol or use of illegal drugs, and fee splitting (sharing fees for the referral of patients to certain colleagues).

Many defenses are available to a health care worker who is being sued. These include the medical record, statute of limitations, assumption of risk, res judicata, contributory negligence, and comparative negligence, discussed next. ” Once the suit has been brought against the physician or patient and a settlement has been reached, the losing party may not countersue. If, for instance, the physician sues a patient for not paying bills and the court orders the patient to pay, the patient cannot sue the physician for malpractice.

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