Month: September 2015

September 29, 2015 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

A Medical Assistant is one who feels deeply, her tears flow just as abundantly as her laughter. For Katherine (Kathy), Schoonhoven, (Certified Medical Assistant, AAMA) caretaker was a role that found her while still too young to be employed in the medical field. She took on the responsibility of caring for her mother after a breast cancer diagnosis,…

September 22, 2015 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Overcoming the complex barriers, circumstance and obstacle that hinders the development of medical assisting students and the program. Coffeyville Kansas has experienced a slow and steady population decline since around 1960, when its population peaked at more than 17,000, now 10,000. Changes in industry and oil production have caused a loss of jobs in the…

September 15, 2015 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Imagine you are a patient, anxiously sitting in a waiting room, your heart beating, as thoughts, images, and voices of recent opinions by other medical specialists are flashing through your mind. At times, a patient hopelessly walks away once a doctor has made up his or her mind about a patient’s condition. During a time…

September 7, 2015 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Victoria Adewale medical student at the University of Virginia School of Medicine reveals her findings after a 3 year intensive authorized Brown University clinical research study of the Medical Assisting Profession Proposed meaningful use of a Medical Assistant Reevaluating the Medical Assistants education What is the professional/Social obligation of the Medical Assistant A grassroots movement:…