Dermatology Medical Scribe Training Now Available
The American Healthcare Documentation Professionals Group has launched two new medical scribe specialty training courses: Medical Scribe Training for Cardiology and Medical Scribe Training for Dermatology. The company reports that these are the first two courses of what will eventually be a series of approximately 15 to 17 courses in its Medical Scribe Specialty Training Series.
The online courses are designed for practicing medical scribes and/or graduates of AHDPG's Medical Scribe Professional or Medical Scribe for Practicing Allied Health Professionals training programs. The courses include approximately 20 hours of instruction to be completed in less than 30 days. Each course trains attendees in the areas of anatomy and physiology, diseases, terminology and abbreviations, medications, procedures, billing/coding requirements and charting for the specific specialty.
For more information, call 508.925.0556 or visit
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