Medical Assisting Online for Saunders Essentials of Medical Assisting (User Guide and Access Code), 2nd Edition

Medical Assisting Online for Saunders Essentials of Medical Assisting (User Guide and Access Code)

2nd Edition

By Diane M. Klieger, RN, MBA, CMA (AAMA), Retired Program Director, Medical Assisting; Adjunct Medical Assisting Instructor, Pinellas Technical Education Centers, St. Petersburg, FL, USA


Module 1.1: Successful Learning
Module 2.1: Becoming a Professional
Module 3.1: Diversity in Health Care Delivery
Module 4.1: Law and Liability
Module 4.2: Licensure and Government Regulations
Module 4.3: Ethics in Healthcare
Module 6.1: Understanding Patient Behavior
Module 7.1: Effective Communication
Module 8.1: Communicating with Patients
Module 9.1: Nutrition and Wellness
Module 10.1: Understanding Medical Terminology
Module 11.1: Basic Anatomy and Physiology
Module 12.1: The Cardiovascular System
Module 13.1: The Blood, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems
Module 14.1: The Respiratory System
Module 15.1: The Digestive System
Module 16.1: The Nervous System
Module 17.1: The Sensory System
Module 18.1: The Skeletal System
Module 19.1: The Muscular System
Module 20.1: The Urinary System
Module 21.1: The Reproductive System
Module 22.1: The Endocrine System
Module 23.1: The Integumentary System
Module 24.1: The Medical Office
Module 25.1: Computers in the Medical Office
Module 26.1: Greeting Patients and Managing the Telephone
Module 26.2: Scheduling Appointments
Module 26.3: Scheduling Ancillary Appointments
Module 26.4: Handling Mail
Module 27.1: Medical Records Systems
Module 27.2: Contents of Medical Records
Module 27.3: Filing Medical Records
Module 28.1: Bookkeeping
Module 28.2: Banking Procedures
Module 28.3: Perform Billing and Collection Procedures
Module 28.4: Fee Adjustments
Module 29.1: Medical Coding
Module 30.1: Medical Insurance
Module 30.2: Insurance Claims
Module 31.1: Infection Control
Module 31.2: Medical and Surgical Asepsis
Module 31.3: The Autoclave
Module 32.1: Preparing the Examination Room
Module 33.1: Body Measurements and Vital Signs
Module 34.1: Obtaining the Medical History
Module 35.1: Assisting with the Physical Examination
Module 36.1: Electrocardiography
Module 37.1: Radiography and Diagnostic Imaging
Module 38.1: Therapeutic Procedures -- Bandaging
Module 39.1: Gynecological Examination and Testing
Module 39.2: Fecal Testing
Module 39.3: Pulmonary Function Tests
Module 40.1: Introduction to the Physician's Office Laboratory
Module 40.2: Documenting Tests and Test Results
Module 40.3: Culture Collection
Module 40.4: Urine Collection
Module 41.1: Phlebotomy -- Capillary Puncture
Module 41.2: Phlebotomy -- Venipuncture
Module 41.3: Serum and Plasma Separation
Module 42.1: Laboratory Testing -- Urinalysis
Module 42.2: Laboratory Testing -- Hematology
Module 42.3: Laboratory Testing -- Blood Chemistry
Module 42.4: Laboratory Testing -- Serology
Module 42.5: Laboratory Testing -- Microbiology
Module 43.1: Understanding Medications
Module 44.1: Administering Medications
Module 44.2: Allergy and Tuberculin Testing
Module 45.1: Minor Office Surgery
Module 46.1: Basic First Aid and Medical Office Emergencies
Module 47.1: Beginning Your Job Search