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Health Administrator Salary Information

Medical office assistants are in the bottom percentile of pay for health administrators. They are typically responsible for maintaining medical records and performing other clerical duties. Salaries for these specialists are affected by employer and education level. Medical office assistants typically earn between $23,000 - 75,000 annually.

Medical office managers are in the upper percentile of pay for health administrators. These specialists are responsible managing medical clinics and ensuring everything operates smoothly. They usually supervise billing, the appointment calendar, and manage client relations. Medical office managers typically earn between $40,000 - 80,000 annually.

Administrative specialists employed by groups and agencies are known as medical service managers. They manage organizations and have the responsibility for most facets of an organization. They manage employees and handle paperwork, insurance claims, and client services. They usually earn between $40,000 - 60,000 annually.

Bereavement coordinators assist people grieving the death of a loved one. This is a difficult job, but it’s also rewarding to help others who’ve just lost a family member or close friend. Bereavement coordinators typically earn between $45,000 - 65,000 annually.

Critical care administrators are responsible for managing the critical care unit of a hospital or medical clinic. This is a physically, mentally, and emotionally fatiguing job. Critical care administrators must be emotionally stable, objective, fair, and be full of energy. These specialists earn between $95,000 - 113,000 annually.



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