This health professional is responsible for maintaining and supporting a healthcare facility. Their duties include setting up hospital admittance charts, performing data entry, ordering lab tests and x-rays, transcribing physician orders, maintaining patient records, and managing facility communications.
Certificate recipients should possess the following skills & abilities:
- Demonstrate understanding of basic human anatomical structure and body functions
- Interpret, understand, and use basic medical and laboratory terminology
- Demonstrate proficiency in basic computer applications
- Utilize critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Interact and communicate with a diverse client base, with sensitivity to cultural differences
- Demonstrate the ability to use an electronic admitting system for admitting, discharging, and transferring pre-operative and post-operative patients
- Demonstrate the ability to check patients into a doctor’s office, including complete knowledge of insurance types and restrictions and proficiency in medical billing and coding
This applies to the students seeking Allied health AAS-T degree upon completion of the certificate:
- To earn any certificate in Allied Health, students must complete all required certificate program courses with a grade of “C” or better.
- To earn the AAS-T degree in Allied Health, students must first complete a certificate in Allied Health, and they must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 for all coursework taken at BC and the courses applied to the degree, including credits transferred from other colleges.
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