It’s hard to imagine how a hospital or clinic could run without skilled medical office administrators (MOAs).
Whether they’re working behind-the-scenes as medical transcriptionists, or right up front at clinic reception—MOAs bring order and stability to our health care system.
They put anxious patients at ease and help doctors stay on schedule. They prepare medical documents and keep patient records up-to-date.
MOAs help “connect the dots” between patients, nurses, doctors, and specialists. That’s why good MOAs are always in demand.
Considering this career and wondering about employment options? In this post, we break down three very common medical office administration jobs and salaries.