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Search Results: Accredited Colleges Offering Medical Office Administration Degrees

Individuals working in the field of medical office administration must learn how to manage medical establishments according to good business practices. These individuals must oversee a variety of operations within a medical office, or even within an entire hospital, depending on the level of administration. In supervisory roles, administrators are responsible for the performance and standards of care in their unit. Overall, the most important task is making sure that health care is being delivered to patients according to policy and ethical standards.

Medical office administrators must adapt to continuously changing needs based on technological advances and new information. Healthcare is being delivered in new ways, preventative care is becoming a focus, and changing legislation creates a need for new policies or budgets. Medical office administrators may also specialize in different areas such as clinical management or health information management.

In terms of the work environment, medical office administrators will typically split their time between a private office and visiting individuals around the facility. They tend to work very long hours that can be stressful but very rewarding. Since most of the facilities that medical office administrators work at run twenty-four hours a day, they may have to handle emergencies or unexpected dilemmas at odd hours. In general, they typically work full time or forty hours per week. There is little travel involved in this job -- only for occasional meetings and seminars.

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Accredited Colleges Offering Medical Office Administration Degrees
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Campuses: Orem, Lehi
$496 Add Review
Campuses: Wayne
$1,035 Add Review
Campuses: Woodward
$1,582 Add Review
Campuses: Ocala
$1,686 Add Review
Campuses: Oklahoma City
$1,770 Add Review
Campuses: Drumright
$2,194 Add Review
Campuses: Belcourt
$2,338 Add Review
Campuses: Okmulgee
$2,625 Add Review
Campuses: Fort Cobb
$2,725 Add Review
Campuses: Pensacola
$2,874 Add Review
Campuses: Omega
$2,926 Add Review
Campuses: Ardmore
$2,926 Add Review
Campuses: Muskogee
$3,000 Add Review
Campuses: Iola, Burlingame
$3,080 Add Review
Campuses: Milton
$3,124 Add Review
Campuses: Mission
$3,154 100% (1 review)
Campuses: El Reno
$3,171 Add Review
Campuses: Enid
$3,270 Add Review
Campuses: La Puente
$3,300 Add Review
Campuses: Brimley
$3,320 Add Review
Campuses: Live Oak
$3,379 Add Review
Campuses: Fort Scott
$3,510 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Highland
$3,570 Add Review
Campuses: Winter Park
$3,717 Add Review
Campuses: Inverness
$3,792 Add Review
Campuses: Knoxville
$3,823 Add Review
Campuses: Clearwater
$3,942 Add Review
Campuses: St. Petersburg
$3,942 Add Review
Campuses: Bradenton
$3,950 Add Review
Campuses: Orlando
$3,979 0% (1 review)

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