The booming field of healthcare is no longer just for doctors and nurses. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it was the only major industry that has continued to add all types of jobs during the recent economic downturn.
Employment is projected to grow the fastest in doctors’ offices and in-home healthcare agencies. In addition, demand in medical group practice management will grow as these organizations become larger and more complex. Opportunities will be best for those who have a background in business theory and practices as well as an understanding of medical terminology and protocols.
Successful medical office administrators take great pride in their work. They understand that their efforts are important to the well-being of their patients as well as the success of the organization for which they work.
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