Medical Scribe Program

As the use of electronic health records (EHR) becomes more widespread in the healthcare industry, the need for Medical Scribes continues to grow. This quickly-emerging profession allows the scribe to work directly with physicians to accurately document all aspects of the patient visit. This hybrid course will cover the roles and functions of a scribe, as well as medical terminology, coding, use of an EHR, and various progress note formats. Upon completion, students will be prepared to sit for the Apprentice Medical Scribe Professionals (AMSP) Certification exam. Due to the nature of the course and this profession, a typing speed of 35 wpm is strongly encouraged and computer and internet access are required! This class will primarily be taught through remote delivery with the exception of 3 classes. Be prepared to spend several hours outside of the classroom (online) each week throughout the course. Check out more details in the online student handbook and register today!

4-5 Months

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Tuition and Funding Options

Financial Assistance, Grant Funding and Sallie Mae Loans may be available for eligible students.

Courses

To learn more about this fast-track career training program, visit LFCCWorkforce.com/MAS

Program Requirements

Computer/Regular internet access is required for all Healthcare Fast-Track Career Training Programs. Programs will require both in-class and out-of-class learning.
Need To Know Information – Download the Healthcare Program Student Handbook for this program. Visit LFCCWorkforce.com/HNTK

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