CAWT 130 - Medical Office Procedures - Maral Markarian
|Course:||Medical Office Procedures|
My name is Maral Markarian. I am you instructor for the CAWT 130 - Medical Office Procedures course.
This course uses Canvas and Connect for all activities Please log into Canvas before the end of the first day of class as you are required to post one time to the attendance forum to state your presence. Further instructions about the course will be outlined in the Modules section of Canvas. Read all the information posted in Modules in Canvas.
If you have any questions regarding this course, you may e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Please do use your student e-mail for all electronic communications.
The course will be conducted through Zoom meetings every Tuesday and Thursday from 8 am to 10:20 pm. Zoom links will be available in Canvas. Students who have questions about these meeting must contact the instructor at email@example.com
Introduces administrative medical office procedures, including medical ethics, legal responsibilities, and appropriate communications skills, and use of medical office software for completing such tasks as patient registration, records, appointment scheduling; billing and collection is also examined.
What to Expect in this Course
This course requires considerable time commitment and organization. Although you may set your own hours, students must stay active in the course and communicate regularly with peers and instructor. Students should also check their student e-mails and announcements in Canvas regularly.
The course requires, Microsoft Word 2016 or higher, Connect Code (included with the Loose-Leaf textbook from COC Bookstore or purchased at the McGraw-Hill website), a reliable browser, and storage space such as your computer, a flash drive or Cloud space.
Students will read the assigned chapters and complete their corresponding assignments using Connect, the Application-Based Activities (ABA), the Medisoft Database Program, MS Word, and Canvas Discussion Board.
Types of Assessments
Students will read the assigned chapters and complete their corresponding assignments using Connect, the Application-Based Activities (ABA), the Medisoft Database Program, MS Word, and Canvas Discussion Board. Some chapters will include ‘patient’ record keeping. Students are expected to complete the ones that are assigned and submit them for grading through Connect.
In addition to chapter assignments, there will be 2 Simulations. Students will listen to the Simulation audio and update appointment books, mail logs, calling logs, and patient files. Students can expect to generate memos, patient referral letters, requests for diagnoses and files, receipts, chart notes, etc.
All assignments and exams will be done in Connect. There are no assignments to be submitted through Canvas.
Many assignments as well as both Simulations rely on listening to audio that is provided in Connect.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Medical Office Procedures 10e
Author: Nina L. Bayes
In addition to the textbook, students MUST have a Connect Code to be able to complete assignments and exams.
The textbook and code are sold as a bundle at the College of the Canyons bookstore. More information about the code and textbook will be provided in Canvas.
Other Relevant Course Information
Degree and Certificate Information:
This class is required to obtain the Certificate of Achievement Medical Office Administrative Assistant.
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
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- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
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Last updated: 01/22/2023 Sub#: 290