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Yes, saw that...sm - Old Anon

Posted: Feb 8th, 2019 - 6:08 am In Reply to: Is anyone else seeing a new trend in MT jobs - offered? They seem to want SM

when looking on Indeed for medical receptionist/secretary positions (not MT because most practices don't have in-house MTs anymore). Some postings were for med secretary/assistant or medical receptionist/assistant like you mentioned. In my state an MA or CNA needs to have separate course work and be certified. Also anyone dealing with Rx issues needs to have a CMT (certified medication technician). They DO NOT understand the different roles and their educational requirements/certifications. I wouldn't get yourself all worked up about it, just don't apply to a job that asks for those things. You need to narrow your search parameters. Try searching under medical receptionist, secretary, front desk, appointment clerk, etc. Yes, Indeed is a pain sometimes, and you do get repeats of job ads; but it is what it is. Don't sweat the small stuff. Just to let you know, it took me almost a year to find a part-time nursing home receptionist job. I found that in a local weekly newspaper's job wanted section. So newspapers, even if they don't have many ads these days, are still a resource.

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