In healthcare, where accurate data means the difference between life and death, Microsoft Excel comes to the rescue. Many medical professionals, from physician offices to researchers, use Excel to manage their data. It is one of the most widely used software packages in the world; it has become the de-facto standard for a variety of office applications and day-to-day tasks. Excel is frequently identified as a spreadsheet package, and that it is – but it's a whole lot more.
Want to analyze a huge amount of patient data quickly? Or want to securely store data of a large number of patients? You may want to create a complete database so that it becomes easier to track multiple visits at the same time – the answer is one, Excel.
As many healthcare professionals and practices have realized that Excel is a useful tool to keep track of patient appointments, maintaining contact numbers, organizing insurance data and more. Many clinics, hospitals and practitioners use Excel for these functions. Plus, this powerful tool can be used to keep track of medications, prescriptions and other health information. Mastering Excel is also imperative for anyone seeking a career in medical office administration.
Attend this webinar by expert speaker Dennis Taylor, an international Ms Excel trainer, to learn how you can utilize the power of Excel to increase productivity in your clinic, hospital or practice. This session will help you develop your speed in Excel quickly and also master some advanced techniques.
Whether you're new to Excel or know the basics, this session will offer step-by-step guidance and explain you the nitty-gritty through features and techniques which are needed to complete any spreadsheet-based project. Also, you will find out how you can produce documents that will present your data attractively and clearly. In this session, you’ll be able to explore the three strengths of Excel 2013, which include calculating, communicating and connecting. Plus, you will know the way to use simple filtering, charting and sorting techniques when you work with data lists. Also, a brief demo of PivotTables will expose you to the analytical power of Excel.
Who Should Attend
Any potential Excel user in healthcare who needs to understand how to perform data entry tasks, handle the extensive menu system, create simple formulas, work with basic functions, and apply formatting features will find this webinar indispensable. For those who need to work with lists of data, learning to use data management tools like sorting and filtering will be equally valuable.
- Barbara J. Cobuzzi
Dennis Taylor has taught thousands of Excel seminars and classes since the early 90's, is the author/presenter of over 250 Excel webinars, and authored the book Teach Yourself Microsoft Excel 2000. He has taught hundreds of public Excel seminars in the US and Canada since 2006 and has recorded over 100 Excel courses both for online and DVD distribution.
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