Did you know that Michigan is one of the top employers of Medical Assistants in the entire country?1 If you’re interested in taking advantage of the many employment opportunities our state has to offer, you’ll want to understand the ins and outs of the profession. Before you begin your journey to become a Medical Assistant in Michigan, here’s what you should know:
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February 7, 2019
February 5, 2019
Medical Billing & Coding is one of the most important departments in healthcare administration. For hospitals and doctor’s offices to provide the best patient care possible, they need an expertly trained administrative team that includes a staff expert in Billing & Coding. Check out the Career Quest Learning Centers Medical Biller & Coder infographic to learn all about this key role.
February 4, 2019
LANSING: Anthony Ashton is an IT student who brings a tremendous amount of positive energy to the classroom. He’s in the final mod of his diploma program, and he’s rolling directly into the Associate’s Program. “Despite being quiet by nature, Anthony is so enthusiastic and highly motivated to give 100% in the classroom,” shares Lansing Campus President Mollie Woodworth.
January 31, 2019
In the modern-day workplace, the responsibilities of an Administrative Assistant go beyond the clerical tasks that once defined the role of a secretary. In fact, Administrative Assistants are often at the heart of a company, providing critical support to staff at all levels of an organization to help it run smoothly.
January 29, 2019
As a Medical Assistant, you provide critical support to your healthcare team to help ensure that patients receive quality care. While your job description can vary depending on where you work, it will probably include a wide range of administrative tasks such as maintaining patient charts to clinical tasks like taking vitals.
Career Quest Advantage
January 22, 2019
Did you know that many people opt out of four-year colleges in favor of career training? More and more students choose career colleges for a faster track into the job market. But if you think job-focused programs are only about the job, you don’t get it. There may be no frat houses, but many career schools offer engaging classroom experiences and a vibrant student life.