School of Health Sciences
High-demand Health Sciences Degrees for Careers Helping Patients
The healthcare industry is one of today’s fastest growing and changing industries. This combination of growth and change has helped to cause a surge in demand for healthcare professionals. At Rasmussen College, our School of Health Sciences offers a range of education programs to help you start or advance your healthcare career, in fields ranging from medical assisting to health information technology (HIT).
As a Certificate, Associate’s degree, or Bachelor’s degree graduate, you can use your degree to help you become a sought-after healthcare professional. Whether you want a successful career working directly with patients or behind-the-scenes in a healthcare facility, our School of Health Sciences offers a program to fit your career goals. Plus, with our instructors holding you to high academic standards and developing your high-touch patient interaction skills, you will gain a competitive advantage in your job search upon graduation.
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Recent Blog Posts
Health Information Trends: The Importance of Clinical Documentation Improvement
Instead of scouring the web for bits and pieces of information about clinical documentation improvement, here’s your chance to get the whole picture in one place. Take a few moments to learn from CDI insiders, get a bearing on CDI basics and start to explore how this growing trend will affect your future career.
Mastering Medical Coding is Not as Hard as You Think
Learning the ropes as a medical coder may not be a walk in the park, but it’s not rocket science, either. We asked experts in the field to provide their insights on the challenging aspects of mastering medical coding and what may not be as hard as you think.
5 Radiology Specialties That Go Beyond X-rays
Radiology is more than just x-rays! Ready to learn more about the exciting opportunities in this field? Here are just a few of the specialties in radiology you could choose to focus on in your career as a radiologic technologist.