Podiatric Office Management and Procedures by Peggy Kane, Barbara S. Schlefman and Nancy Sinnott Vickers is from 1992 and is an illustrated guide to office management and basic medical procedures for podiatrists. The book begins with front-office tasks such as making appointments and taking patient histories, then describes medical procedures such as bandaging, strapping, suture removal and radiology. The book has limited availability and is no longer in print.
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Table of Contents for Podiatric Office Management and Procedures:
Profession of Podiatry.
Podiatry Assistant in the Practice of Podiatry.
II FRONT OFFICE PROCEDURES:
Policies and Procedures for the Podiatric Office.
Public Relations and Marketing.
Medical-Legal Concerns of the Podiatric Medical Assistant.
Telephone and the Receptionist.
Computerization of the Podiatry Office.
Third-Party Insurance: Coding, Billing, and Payment.
II BACK OFFICE PROCEDURES:
Principles of Anatomy.
Common Podiatric Procedures.
Office Supplies and Storage.
History and Physical Examination.
Vital Signs: Barometers of Life.
Medical Office Safety.
Principles of Aseptic Technique, Scrubbing, Preparation, and Draping.
The Surgical Assistant.
Strapping, Padding, and Shielding.
Neutral Position Casting.
Wound Healing: Redressing and Suture and Fixation Removal.
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation.
Radiology for the Assistant.
Concepts of Stream Sterilization.
Basic Pharmacology for Podiatric Medicine.
Title: Podiatric Office Management and Procedures
Author: Peggy Kane, Barbara S. Schlefman and Nancy Sinnott Vickers
Publisher: Mosby Inc
Published: January 1, 1992
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