Professional administration

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Professional administration is the study of contemporary organizational principles with an emphasis on their applications in the modern workplace whether in the administrative and leadership skills of private, public organization, and non-profit organizations. This discipline is closely associated with public administration.

The IAAP defines administrative professionals or professional administrators as individuals who are responsible for administrative tasks and coordination of information in support of an office related environment and who are dedicated to furthering their personal and professional growth in their chosen profession.

Professional Administration is also a service that can assist in the management of a Medicare Set Aside or a medical settlement. These come into play when the medical portion of an injured parties workers compensation or liability case settles. Professional Administration companies secure network discounts and report all purchases to medicare to ensure the injured party does not exhaust there medical funds. Today there are few companies that provide this service, but the industry leader is a service called CareGuard and it is offered by Ametros Financial.

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