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National Association of Health Unit Coordinators, Inc. (NAHUC)
The National Association of Health Unit Coordinators, Inc. (NAHUC) provides professional standards of practice, education and ethics for unit coordinators. For more than 30 years, certification as a health unit coordinator by the NAHUC Certification Board has offered proof to employers, other health care professionals and customers that they have demonstrated the essential knowledge and skills in areas of health unit coordinating. Certification provides evidence that health unit coordinators are qualified, and that the facility supports and encourages staff to continuously improve their performance.
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Health Unit Coordinators ensure administrative operations run efficiently in a clinical setting such as a hospital, doctor's office, or clinic. Their duties include planning patient activities, updating medical files, and resolving patient complaints. A Health Unit Coordinator is also known as a Ward Clerk, Unit Secretary, Hospital Unit Coordinator, Nursing Unit Coordinator, Patient Access Technician/Coordinator, and more.
A Medical Secretary provides secretarial work that requires specialized knowledge of medical terminology and procedures, insurance and billing processes and medical records management. They with physicians and other clinicians and may gather intake information from patients scheduled for appointments at an office.
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