Although most medical assistants work in doctors’ offices, there are plenty of opportunities to find MA jobs in locations outside the norm. For medical assistant job seekers struggling to locate openings, here are some “out of the box” places you might not think to look.
As one of the first points of contact for a patient entering a doctor’s office, a medical assistant may often have first-hand encounters with the fear that people experience when it’s time to have a medical procedure performed. For some patients, however, it’s more than just mere fear; it’s a bonafide phobia, and it’s helpful […]
Having an interview for a medical assistant job can be a nerve-wracking experience, but if you prepare ahead of time, you should be able to ace it with flying colors. Here are some tips for steps to take before, during and after an interview to help maximize your chances of landing the job.
While most medical assistant jobs are still located in doctor’s offices, a new type of facility is quickly gaining ground as an excellent environment not only for workers, but also for patients. It’s called a patient-centered medical home (PCMH), and it’s a method of organizing and delivering primary care that’s comprehensive, patient-centered, coordinated, accessible, safe […]
When people think about the impact of the Affordable Care Act, AKA “Obamacare,” they tend to consider how it affects patients seeking medical care, but it is set to have a significant impact also on workers within the healthcare industry, including medical assistants. With increased access to healthcare coverage for Americans nationwide, there will be […]