As this is one of our combination programs, you will find that there are two different course descriptions; one for each portion of the program:
Lakewood University’s Pharmacy Technician program prepares students to aid licensed pharmacists in preparing medications, providing customer service, and performing administrative duties within a pharmacy setting. The program outlines the proper communication skills necessary for pharmacy technicians, including telecommunication and interpersonal communication skills. The course will focus on the accuracy necessary to ensure that prescription information is complete and accurate. Students in this program will gain the knowledge and skills to qualify them for entry-level positions in pharmacies and prepare them for the National Certification Exam.
Administrative Medical Assistant:
Medical professionals are one of the most in-demand and valuable members of society. This course introduces you to the subject of Administrative Medical Assisting. For those interested in working with doctors and nurses in a hospital or private practice, this course provides a detailed overview of the basic principles needed to qualify for entry-level positions as an administrative medical assistant.
Our students stand out from other graduates thanks to our partnership with Walgreens and CVS/Pharmacy nationwide. At Lakewood University, Pharmacy Technician graduates will have the opportunity to complete a pharmacy technician externship and receive hands-on pharmacy technician training.*
*COVID-19 may affect some areas of the USA
Program Mission Statement
To offer an accredited, flexible and affordable program that supports learners. These students will develop critical skills through relevant instruction and experience to pursue a career as a pharmacy technician to improve health outcomes in the communities they serve.
Lesson 2: Reimbursement, HIPAA, & Compliance »
Lesson 3: An Overview of ICD-10-CM & ICD-10-CM Outpatient Coding & Reporting Guidelines »
Lesson 4: Using ICD-10-CM »
Lesson 5: Using ICD-10-CM Continued »
Lesson 6: Introduction to the CPT and Level II National Codes/Modifiers »
Lesson 7: Evaluation and Management (E/M) Services, Anesthesia/Surgery Guidelines, and General Surgery »
Lesson 8: Integumentary System/Musculoskeletal System »
Lesson 9: Respiratory System/Cardiovascular System »
Lesson 10: Hemic, Lymphatic, Mediastinum, and Diaphragm/Digestive »
Lesson 11: Urinary and Male Genital Systems/Reproductive, Intersex Surgery, Female Genital System, and Maternity Care and Delivery »
Lesson 12: Endocrine and Nervous Systems/Eye, Ocular, Adnexa, Auditory, and Operating Microscope »
Lesson 13: Radiology/Pathology/Laboratory »
Lesson 14: Medicine »
Lesson 15: Inpatient Coding »
Lesson 16: Final Exam »
Lesson 17: Introduction to Administrative Medical Assisting »
Lesson 18: The Medical Assisting Profession/Professional Behavior in the Workplace »
Lesson 19: Ethics in Administrative Medical Assisting »
Lesson 20: Interpersonal Communication »
Lesson 21: Maintaining Patient Privacy (HIPAA) »
Lesson 22: Patient Reception and Processing »
Lesson 23: The Paper Medical Record »
Lesson 24: The Electronic Medical Record »
Lesson 25: Privacy in the Physician’s Office »
Lesson 26: Basics of Procedural Coding »
Lesson 27: The Health Insurance Claim Form »
Lesson 28: Banking Services and Procedures / Financial and Practice Management »
Lesson 29: Interview with a Medical Assistant »
Lesson 30: Your Future in Medical Assisting »
Lesson 31: Final Exam »
Lakewood University provides everything you need for the Pharmacy Technician Program. You will receive:
Employment is expected to increase much faster than average, and job opportunities are expected to be excellent, especially for those with formal training or certification. The increased number of middle-aged and elderly people—who use more prescription drugs than younger people—will spur demand for pharmacy workers throughout the projection period. In addition, as scientific advances lead to new drugs, and as more people obtain prescription drug coverage, pharmacy workers will be needed in growing numbers.
The employment of pharmacy technicians is projected to grow 7 percent from 2018 to 2028, faster than the average for all occupations. Increased demand for prescription medications will lead to more demand for pharmaceutical services.
The median annual wage for pharmacy technicians was $33,950 in May 2019.*
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Pharmacy Technicians, on the Internet at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/pharmacy-technicians.htm (visited August 08, 2020).
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Payment in full: $17,400.00
Lakewood University provides all textbooks, study guides, supplemental materials, achievement exams, and instructional support at no cost to the student.
This is a 1200-clock-hour program with a tuition cost of $14.50 per clock hour (1200 clock hours X $14.50 per clock hour = $17,400.00 in tuition).
Application Fee- $75 for degree programs; $0 for vocational programs
Registration Fee – $200 for degree programs; $125 for vocational programs
Library Fee – $100 per degree semester; $250 per vocational program term