Medical Assisting Online for Kinn's The Medical Assistant (Access Code), 12th Edition
Online Course - Access Card
Medical Assisting Online is an engaging, fully integrated online course that supplements the comprehensive coverage of Kinn's The Medical Assistant, 11th Edition with interactive exercises to prepare you for professional success in medical assisting. Ideal for distance learning or an enhanced classroom experience, this new edition is competency-based and more interactive than ever, giving you practice performing the clinical and administrative tasks you'll encounter on the job, such as checking in patients, filing insurance claims, taking vital signs, administering medications, and more.
Duration for access to this product, which may be at the discretion of your institution, is up to 36 months. Elsevier reserves the right to restrict or remove access due to changes in product portfolio or other market conditions.
- Easy-to-use learning modules correspond directly to textbook content to strengthen your understanding.
- Self-comprehension questions and interactive exercises interspersed throughout allow you to check your comprehension and learn from feedback.
- Engaging Training Activities cover key curriculum competencies, guiding you step-by-step through important skills and encouraging you try them on your own.
- Video clips demonstrate the most commonly performed clinical procedures and techniques in vivid detail.
- Pop-up boxes provide further explanations, forms, or oversized figures, enabling you to "dig deeper" and see the tools and paperwork actually used on the job.
- Automatically scored quizzes and exams help you evaluate your comprehension and check your grade at any time throughout the course.
- A glossary of definitions with audio pronunciations is linked on each screen to help you learn the correct definitions in context.
- Updated content reflects the latest CAAHEP and ABHES competencies and familiarizes you with current trends and practices.
Module 1.1: Becoming a Successful Student Module 2.1: The Health Care Industry Module 3.1: The Professional Medical Assistant Module 6.1: Medicine and Ethics Module 7.1: Medicine and Law Module 8.1: Computer Concepts Module 9.1: Telephone Techniques Module 10.1: Scheduling Appointments Module 10.2: Scheduling Other Types of Appointments Module 11.1: Patient Reception and Processing Module 12.1: Supplies and Equipment Module 12.2: Office Safety and Community Resources Module 13.1: Written Communications Module 13.2: Mail Processing Module 14.1: Organization of the Medical Record Module 14.2: Filing the Medical Record Module 17.1: Privacy in the Physician's Office Module 18.1: Basics of Diagnostic Coding Module 19.1: Basics of Procedural Coding Module 20.1: Basics of Health Insurance Module 21.1: The Health Insurance Claim Form Module 22.1: Accounts Receivable Module 22.2: Post Bookkeeping Entries Module 22.3: Perform Billing and Collection Procedures Module 23.1: Banking and Making Deposits Module 25.1: Medical Practice Management and Human Resources Module 26.1: Medical Practice Marketing and Customer Service Module 27.1: Infection Control Module 27.2: Aseptic Techniques Module 28.1: Patient Assessment and Human Behavior Module 28.2: Charting and Documentation Module 29.1: Patient Education Module 30.1: Nutrition and Health Promotion Module 31.1: Vital Signs Module 32.1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Module 32.2: Assisting with the Primary Physical Examination Module 33.1: Principles of Pharmacology Module 34.1: Pharmacology Math Module 35.1: Administering Medications Module 36.1: Emergency Preparedness and Assisting with Medical Emergencies Module 37.1: Assisting in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Module 38.1: Assisting in Dermatology Module 39.1: Assisting in Gastroenterology Module 40.1: Assisting in Urology Module 40.2: Assisting with the Male Reproductive System Module 41.1: Assisting in Obstetrics and Gynecology Module 42.1: Assisting in Pediatrics Module 43.1: Assisting in Orthopedic Medicine Module 44.1: Assisting in Neurology and Mental Health Module 45.1: Assisting in Endocrinology Module 46.1: Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory System Module 46.2: Assisting in Pulmonary Medicine Module 47.1: Assisting in Cardiology Module 49.1: Principles of Electrocardiography Module 50.1: Assisting with Diagnostic Imaging Module 51.1: Assisting in the Clinical Laboratory Module 52.1: Assisting in the Analysis of Urine Module 52.2: Collecting a Urine Specimen Module 53.1: Assisting in Phlebotomy - Venipuncture Module 53.2: Assisting in Phlebotomy - Capillary Puncture Module 54.1: Assisting in the Analysis of Blood - Hematology Module 54.2: Assisting in the Analysis of Blood - Chemistry Testing Module 55.1: Assisting in Microbiology and Immunology - Collection and Preparation of Specimens Module 55.2: Assisting Patients in Fecal Specimen Collection Module 55.3: Assisting in Microbiology and Immunology - Conducting Specimen Testing Module 56.1: Surgical Supplies and Instruments Module 57.1: Surgical Asepsis Module 57.2: Assisting with Surgical Procedures Module 58.1: Career Development and Life Skills
Deborah B. Proctor, EdD, RN, CMA, Professor and Director, Medical Assisting Program, Butler County Community College, Butler, PA and Alexandra Patricia Adams, BBA, RMA, CMA (AAMA), MA, Adjunct Instructor, Everest College, Arlington Midcities Campus, Arlington, TX; Professional Writer, Grand Prairie, TX; Formerly, Director of Admissions, Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, TX; Formerly, Program Director, Medical Assisting/HIM Programs, Ultrasound Diagnostic School, Irving, TX