Medical Record administration
You must obtain a associate degree in health records management or administration Earn your certification in Health Information Technology to become a registered medical records technician Take the American Health Information Management Association exam to obtain your certification
Tools used: Computer and writhing utensils
Responsibility:Conduct job interviews ,book keeping, Budget planning
The average pay is 76,536 a year
Medical administrators keep healthcare offices running efficiently. They perform highly specialized work requiring knowledge of medical terminology and other steps needed Administrators assist physicians with reports, record simple medical histories, arrange for patients to be hospitalized, and order supplies.