Being A Health Unit Coordinator, 5e Kay Cox-Stevens Retaining an emphasis on the patient-centered approach, Kay Cox-Stevens' Being A Health Unit Coordinator continues to provide the information health unit coordinators must comprehend. This up-to-date text is appropriate for students enrolled in unit coordinating programs or as a reference for those that are practicing. It moves from the simple to the complex, laying a foundation of skills necessary for all medical-clerical workers, then follows with more specific health unit coordinating procedures. New medication information, review questions, learning activities, and updated chapter information, make the new Fifth Edition an even more current and complete reference for success. Features The newest information on diagnostic and therapeutic orders. More information on the impact of managed care on the heath care facility. New information on medical records management. An update on medical laws and ethics. An update on new medications. Learning activities with critical thinking questions. Other Titles of Interest Marshall, Being a Medical Clerical Worker, 2/e 0-8359-5147-2 McMiller, Being a Medical Records Clerk, 2/e 0-13-086493-5 Struck, Medical Office Pharmacology 0-8359-5290-8 Dodson, Being a Medical Information Coder, 2/e 0-8359-5333-5 Makely, The Health Care Workers Primer on Professionalism 0-8359-5483-8Cox-Stevens, Kay is the author of 'Being a Health Unit Coordinator', published 2001 under ISBN 9780130916129 and ISBN 0130916129.