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Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Procedures, 5/e

Kathryn A. Booth, INOVA Health Systems
Leesa G. Whicker, Central Piedmont Community College
Terri D. Wyman, Wing Memorial Hospital

ISBN: 007340232x
Copyright year: 2014


The tried and true: additional supplementary materials for you and your students:

Student Workbook for use with Medical Assisting, 5e–in print and full color (ISBN: 0-07-752588-4)

The Student Workbook provides an opportunity for the student to review and practice the material and skills presented in the textbook. Divided into parts and presented by chapter, the first part provides:

  • Vocabulary review exercises, which test knowledge of key terms in the chapter
  • Content review exercises, which test the student’s knowledge of key concepts in the chapter
  • Critical thinking exercises, which test the student’s understanding of key concepts in the chapter
  • Application exercises, which include figures and practice forms, and test mastery of specific skills
  • Case studies, which apply the chapter material to real-life situations or problems

Each section, Clinical and/or Administrative, contains the appropriate procedure checklists, presented in the order in which they are shown in the student textbook. These checklists have been revised for ease of use, and include correlations to the ABHES and CAAHEP competencies mastered with the successful completion of each procedure. Accompanying Work Product Documentation (work/doc) provides blank charting forms for many of the procedures that include a work product or requires documentation to complete. These documentation forms are used when completing many of the application activities as well as procedure competencies. Over 100 procedures as well as multiple application activities in the workbook include correlated work docs.

Pocket Guide for use with Medical Assisting, 5e (ISBN: 0-07-752585-X)

The Pocket Guide is a quick and handy reference to use while working as a medical assistant or during training. It includes critical procedure steps, bulleted lists, and brief information all medical assistants should know. Information is sorted by Administrative, Clinical, Laboratory, and General content.

Online Learning Center (OLC) found at

Medical Assisting also comes with the instructor resources you’ve come to expect, and all can be found on the OLC:

  • Instructor’s Manual: An exhaustive resource, containing everything to organize your course, as well as additional tips and exercises; including but not limited to a list of learning outcomes and chapter outline, teaching strategies, and answers for the end-of-chapter material as well as for the Student Workbook. Also included are correlation guides to the many of the accreditation bureaus, including The Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) Medical Assisting competencies and curriculum; The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) Standards and Guidelines for Medical Assisting Education Programs competencies; American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) Occupational Analysis; The Association of Medical Technologists (AMT) Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) Certified Exam Topics; The National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Medical Assisting Duty/Task List; The Secretarys Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) areas of competence, as well as others.

  • PowerPoint Presentations on the Instructor Productivity CD-ROM.

  • A completely revised and enhanced Testbank with over 4,000 questions, complete with tags for Learning Outcomes; ABHES, CAAHEP, and even some CAHIIM standards (where applicable); and Bloom’s and others to organize or modify questions to meet your course needs.

Instructors: To experience this product firsthand, contact your McGraw-Hill Education Learning Technology Specialist.