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Avoiding HIPAA Compliance Issues

Jun 07, 2010

Maybe you manage a busy family practice. Perhaps you're launching an at-home medical care service. Whatever the situation, if you transmit patient information electronically or store it in an electronic format, you must stay in compliance with HIPAA regulations, which are designed to ensure patients' security and privacy.

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Certified Medical Assistant

Jun 07, 2010

If you have the calling to become a part of the healthcare field but medical school isn't an option for you for any of a number of reasons, becoming a certified medical assistant may provide you with the satisfying medical career you long for. A medical assistant performs many of the duties that the doctor is too busy to handle and the responsibilities vary depending on the state you live in, the hospital or office you work in, and the requirements of the doctor or doctors you are working for.

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Dental Assistant Career Outlook

Jun 07, 2010

Dental assistants are part of many health care careers, which are in increasingly high demand. A career as a dental assistant will let you work with people while you help dentists and dental hygienists lighten their workload, and also help keep the dental office running smoothly.

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Massage Therapy Course Curriculums

Jun 07, 2010

There are currently hundreds of schools and programs that teach a massage therapy course and offer certification after completing the program. While each of these programs may offer different courses, have different requirements and focus on different aspects of the massage therapy field, accredited programs will have course curriculum similarities.

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Skill for a Cardiovascular Technician

Jun 07, 2010

Cardiovascular technicians are valuable members of the health care team. They can work in a number of settings like cardiology offices and outpatient centers that conduct imaging tests and stress tests.

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Skills for a Patient Care Technician

Jun 07, 2010

The job of a patient care technician is an important one in a health care setting. Patient care technicians help patients in a number of settings including doctor's offices, hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities.

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Skills for a Polysomnographic Technologist

Jun 07, 2010

If you wish to become a polysomnographic technologist, someone who helps people with sleep disorders, then it is a good idea to make sure you have the skills necessary – or at least be willing to learn them.

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What Is a Health Care Aide?

Jun 07, 2010

A health care aide or HCA is a person who helps to care for people who need help. They can care for the elderly, people with physical disabilities, or those who are recovering from surgeries or illnesses. Health care aides often work in hospitals, long-term care homes, or even in individual residences. As the population ages, home health care aides are needed more and more.

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What You May Expect in Your First Year as a Pharmacy Technician

Jun 07, 2010

As a pharmacy technician, you will earn significantly more with experience. You can gain experience by becoming certified or by getting an advanced degree.

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Why Pursue a Medical Assistant Program?

Jun 07, 2010

There are many reasons to become a certified medical assistant. A career as a medical assistant provides an individual with a stable job and opportunity for advancement with as little as one year of training.

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