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Opportunities are available nationwide in the medical field.

The aging population has increased the demand for medical services throughout the United States. However, this demand is not only for doctors and nurses. The rise in medical services has also increased the need for medical professionals who are trained to handle the large amounts of documentation and paperwork generated by patients, insurance companies, and doctors.

Below are some of the medical career that are in demand today. Their ability and expertise make them invaluable to the medical industry!

Medical Billers - Medical Billers process all paperwork regarding payment of medical services performed. Medical Billers work directly with medical insurance companies and ensure that all patient bills are sent, received, processed, and paid.

Medical Coders - Medical Coders create and maintain patient records. The codes used in the medical profession are very specific. Medical Coders have a strong knowledge of these codes and use them daily to keep patient records updated and accurate.

Medical Transcriptionists - Medical Transcriptionists help physicians ensure the precision of patient histories, physical examinations, diseases, procedures, laboratory tests, and diagnoses by transcribing the dictation of physicians. Medical Transcriptionists allow physicians to concentrate on the patient rather than filling out paperwork.

Medical Administrative Assistants - Medical Administrative Assistants run the front office of a medical facility. They schedule appointments, handle patient inquiries, and manage the day-to-day operation of the office.

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