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Q&A: How the law applies to medical assistants?

by tom44 on August 12, 2013

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Question by : How the law applies to medical assistants?
I am doing a essay on sexual assault for my medical terminology class. I can not find anything on this question. I have got information on the topic itself but not how it applies to a medical assistant. I don’t need on how to stop it, or anything else. Just on how the LAW applies to MEDICAL ASSISTANTS

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Answer by Ritesh
talk to a lawyer who specializes in sexual assualt..

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One thought on “Q&A: How the law applies to medical assistants?

  1. jannsody says:

    Perhaps if the medical assistant has either certification or registration (or both), that may be called into question. It is my understanding that any health care professional can be found to have abused or neglected a patient. I agree with the other respondent to look into how medical assistants can be charged with a crime and the possible consequences as opposed to an everday person.

    A word to the wise that, unfortunately, there are NOT supposed to be too many jobs for MAs (or medical billers or coders) despite what those private overly priced For-profit schools say.

    Back in February of this year, apparently there was a medical assistant who was charged with sexual assault in or near Los Angeles. One can just go to and can type into search “medical assistant and sexual assault california” or such.

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