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The Mokena-Tinley Park campus chose to devote an entire day in October to celebrate the accomplishments of its current medical assistant students and graduates during Medical Assistant Recognition Week (MARWeek).
If you think your queasy stomach makes you a poor candidate for a career in this field, think again! You don't have to be drawing blood and cleaning out a drain tube to get in on this rewarding opportunity. There are tons of other non-clinical nursing jobs to meet your needs if you don't think you fit the bill for a traditional nursing career. Learn about five non-clinical nursing jobs.
One option for getting your feet wet in the world of healthcare is to earn a certificate first. Specifically, a phlebotomy certificate can be the stepping stone you need to other healthcare jobs.
With so many healthcare career options it can be easy to get confused or overwhelmed. That's why we're here to help you get acquainted with all of the career paths available in the health sciences industry.
We used real-time market intelligence from Burning-Glass.com to dig into 3.3 million healthcare-related job postings over the last 12 months and identify the top three companies in each state with the most vacancies.
Medical Assisting is no longer just about the ability to effectively perform physical tasks associated with the job. It is now more than ever about customer service. It's the reason my family decided to leave our pediatrician of 14 years; one of the most difficult and distressing choices we've ever made.
An internship is like a new job - both are a little scary on the first day, when you have no idea what's going to happen. Knowing what to expect from your medical assistant internship can be helpful.
Healthcare management career opportunities can be found all over the country. Use this interactive map to discover the top companies hiring near you!
Professional healthcare organizations can be great resources for many things, including jobs, networking, continuing education and professional conferences. The healthcare industry encompasses many professions and you'll find a professional organization for most of them. Learn about each one and decide which is best for your career.
Who says you have to choose between stability and flexibility? There are a handful of work-from-home healthcare jobs that allow you to enjoy the best of both worlds! Learn about some of your options and the pros and cons of telecommuting.
The idea of working in a medical field may be a dream that's always lingered in the back of your mind. Or maybe it's a new interest that you've recently discovered. Either way, becoming a medical assistant can be a great place to start.
Are you interested in becoming a surgical tech? Learn about four reasons pursuing a career in this field is definitely worth your time!
As a parent, you're a pro at making youngsters feel happy and at ease. Becoming a pediatric medical assistant is the perfect opportunity for you to extend that passion from your personal life into your professional life. But what does it take to be a successful PMA?
The struggle to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in Western Africa has been the source of a lot of foreboding-and some would say alarmist-stories about the spread of the disease. As medical professionals, nurses need to be prepared for how to ensure the safety of their patients while also addressing their concerns about this deadly disease. To help we've compiled this list of six Ebola virus facts to help nurses understand the disease and address the concerns of their patients.
It's getting to that time of year when cooler weather will start to impact our lives and our health. It is important to protect yourself and your family from the onset of any illnesses because, as you may have guessed, flu season is right around the corner. To combat the onset of flu-related illness, Rasmussen College teamed up with local pharmacies and organizations to offer flu vaccinations on many of its campuses in September and October.
ICD-10 has 23 times more procedure codes than its predecessor, ICD-9. This is just one of the striking healthcare trends new medical coders face. Read more to find out the others.
Not only is the healthcare field booming, but we've found 11 healthcare positions that require very little field experience-making the transition from undergrad student to healthcare professional a fairly smooth one.
What skills do medical assistants and moms share? You might be surprised!
It turns out leeches may not just be a medical practice of the past. Medical experts weigh in on how these slimy creatures are used today and whether you can expect to see them next time you go to the doctor.
Tampa medical assisting graduate Emily Prior has found her calling in the healthcare field. But in all honesty, she never had much doubt about her chosen profession. Prior grew up with "a lot" of family in the medical field and always thought she wanted to be a nurse. Couple that with the satisfaction she found helping others and it was only a matter of time before she found her way to a direct patient care role.
Lauren Ramirez is the medical assisting program coordinator at Rasmussen's Tampa/Brandon campus, and she has always made an effort to provide multiple venues of learning for her students. She employs teaching practices that are not only educational, but also engaging and fun.
Surgical techs play a unique, hands-on role in the medical field and the skills needed to succeed are just as unique. The usual descriptors like "team-player" and "dedicated" are all great to have, but these five skills identified by surgical techs will help you stand out.
In the past, people sought out these jobs for a career in a reliable industry with the flexibility of working from home. But advances in voice recognition software like Dragon Dictate are slowly changing the landscape of medical transcription jobs.
A career isn't always a linear progression-sometimes you have to zigzag and stumble a bit through different jobs until you find the right fit. Bloomington, Minn., health information technology grad Katrina Oberhelman did her fair share of zigzagging before finding her way into a career in the medical field. This is how she made her way there from a start as a would-be firefighter.
As our population ages, there is a continuous need for nurses. "From 2010-2020, available RN positions will increase by 26 percent," according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). To learn more about why there is an extreme demand for nurses in our country, check out the below infographic.
When it comes to physician assistant versus medical assistant, both titles have "assistant" in the name. With what exactly do they assist? We pulled together information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and scrubbed job postings from the last 12 months using real-time market intelligence from BurningGlass.com.
Finding a job in a sluggish economy can be brutal, and often, employers have lofty expectations of their pools of applicants. Students looking to secure a job need to find unique ways to stand out from the crowd in order to compete. Green Bay, Wis., graduate Peggy Sonneson found the right mix of education and extracurricular work to land her dream job in her field.
The job may sound pretty straightforward at first, but there is actually a lot to lab work beyond beakers and test tubes. We spoke to a few medics working in the field and uncovered seven things about working in a lab that you never would have guessed.
You've probably heard of the job title, but are still wondering, What does a medical assistant do? Well, to put it lightly, a medical assistant is a physician's right hand man.
Pharmacy technician tech jobs are expected to grow 20 percent by 2022. This growing occupation needs more than experience to succeed, though. Pharm tech certification is one of the best things you can do for yourself.
We caught up with some students, instructors and experts in the field to provide some insights that suggest medical coding may not be quite as hard as you think.
It can time consuming when deciding which college to attend and which program you want to major in. Rasmussen College understands this, which is why we highlighted 10 interesting facts about the Health Sciences program that will help in your decision-making process.
Green Bay, Wis., professional nursing student Dana Hainer is more than ready to start her nursing career. She enrolled in nursing school years ago but received a last-minute phone call that would dramatically change the course of her life. The adoption agency she'd been working with for months was calling to tell her that her application was approved and that she could adopt her first child. "I chose to pursue the adoption and put my career on hold," Hainer says. "Little did I know it'd be a long stretch before I could get back to it."
An in-depth look at the advantages to a healthcare administration degree online in contrast to on-campus learning, examining the role each plays in educating future healthcare professionals.
We spend a lot of time at hospitals and clinics and the first person we usually see when we walk in the door is the receptionist-but what does a medical administrative assistant do aside from check you in?
Jennifer Kromrey finally has within sight her lifetime goal of earning a bachelor's degree. In the meantime, she has racked up an impressive series of accomplishments.
Not to pile on the pressure too much, but as a medical assistant (MA) there are a lot of things you'll need to know. And forget learning just the basics: if you want to stand out in this growing field, you'll have to go above and beyond.
We're here to help you decipher two degrees that seem similar-health information management (HIM) versus healthcare management (HCM)-so you can have all the facts you need to figure out which is best for you.
Healthcare administration and health information technology careers both offer robust growth in administrative medical fields but, once they're broken down, are very different options. We're here to tell you why.
The medical industry is arguably one of the most exciting and anticipated places for innovation. Who doesn't dream of a cure for genetic diseases or elimination of cancer? These are topics that hit home for everyone and, as such, healthcare innovations themselves can often be as sensitive as they are sensational.
Full recap of Rasmussen College's live expert panel discussing the growing career of medical assisting.
Not all careers in healthcare are saddled with emergency rooms and life-or-death situations. This list highlights 4 of the least stressful medical jobs of 2013.
Some say information technology is transforming the future of patient care. With a plethora of changes happening in the industry, there are a lot of career opportunities at the intersection of healthcare and IT.
One of the fastest growing jobs in the healthcare field is that of a medical assistant. Find out more about this booming career path by tuning in to Rasmussen College's October career chat.
A comprehensive guide with all of the information that you need to identify if a career as a pharmacy technician or a medical coder is right for you.
The prospect of dealing with blood is enough to deter a lot of people from pursuing a career in the medical field. Rasmussen College student Krystl Taylor is not one of those people. From an early age she was fascinated by medical procedures and the healthcare profession. "As a kid my mom used to watch those real surgery shows on T.V. and I would just stand in the hallway since I wasn't allowed to watch with her," said Taylor. "I've always just loved that stuff." With that early interest in the medical field, it's no surprise Taylor is now well on her way to an associate's degree in nursing.
The medical professionals responsible for drawing and collecting human blood are called phlebotomists and they are a critical component to any healthcare team. Find invaluable information on how a certificate in phlebotomy could jumpstart your career.
Having these 15 skills are crucial if you want to a healthcare management position.
It's that time of year again - time for county and state fairs, which means munching on lots of interesting food. Before heading out to the fair, check out what's really in your favorite foods.
Use this list to identify healthcare jobs you can enter with an associate degree, diploma or certificate. It includes real-time job posting data to ensure you have the most relevant information for today's opportunities.
Starting college is a huge decision, whether you're straight out of high school or you've been in the working world for a while. The most important question you have about earning your degree is whether or not it's worth it. Here's how an Aurora HIT degree helped two former Rasmussen College students - one landed a HIT job and the other gained five raises at her current job.
When you find yourself in an unpredictable industry working a job with a shaky future, what do you do? You can either stay and see what happens or move on. Tom Spriggs chose the latter and became a Bloomington HIT degree grad.
You likely know the basics of what EKG technicians do: interact with patients and administer and interpret the results of EKG tests. But how do you get to that point? What's EKG technician training like? And do you really need that formal education, anyway? Those are all good questions. And we're here to help you find the answers. Let's explore EKG tech education options and coursework.
The variety of jobs in healthcare may seem like a dream at first - there are so many options for those who take school seriously and want to have a successful, fulfilling career. What if, for example, you know you don't want to be a doctor, but you still want to have hands-on patient care, work closely with doctors and spend your days helping the sick and injured? Numerous job titles fit the bill, but for now, let's just focus on: registered nurse (RN) versus physician assistant (PA).
Are you struggling to find your job in Health Information? What can you do to stand out? The Health Information field is growing quickly and the demand is high. How can you be noticed and come out ahead of the competition?
Do you want to work with patients in a medical facility, assisting doctors and taking care of others? Are you concerned that this job description only fits a nurse? It doesn't! Helping to heal the sick and injured isn't a job that's limited to nurses and doctors. In fact, there are several careers in which you can work closely with patients and be a role model for others, For now, let's focus on two of these growing medical careers: medical assistant (MA) versus patient care technician (PCT).
When it comes to pursuing career opportunities in the healthcare field, it's often difficult to decide which job best fits your passions and personality. Keep reading to learn about the positions in healthcare management to see if this is a career field that you would be interested in pursuing.
A patient often trusts that when they are unconscious lying on an operating table all the hospital staff performing their surgery is credentialed, but for some hospitals, that's not a requirement. Currently, the only hospital staff position in the operating room that is not required to meet minimum education and certification standards is a surgical technologist, or surg tech.
Stackable credentials are an emerging trend in the health sciences - a trend you should be aware of if you want a healthcare career! Let's address the first question: What are stackable credentials? You can look at them two ways. First, if you already have a degree and decide to earn a certificate later, you're stacking the certificate onto your degree. Or, if your education started with a certificate, you can stack on more courses and skills to earn a degree.
Spring is here and if you didn't stick to your New Year resolution to lose weight, your summer wardrobe may be all the motivation you need to get back on track. Check out our new infographic below to learn how to eat right for your blood type.
Making the decision to take on a new career can be difficult, especially if you're seeking to enter a completely new field. How can you know you're ready for a specific career? Well, for starters, earning a degree in your field is a good indicator of both interest and competence. If you're interested in healthcare, there are many options available to you. One career path that is an integral part of the medical team is that of the medical lab tech.
Now that you're in the midst of earning your health information technology (HIT) degree, and you're starting to think about what comes next, it's natural to look at the state of the economy and experience pangs of doubt. Maybe you're wondering if you're learning the skills you need to actually succeed in this career.
Rasmussen College hosted its first-ever live Career Chat on Mar. 21 to honor Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week.
After you decide to become a medical assistant and learn the ins and outs of the field, you'll earn your medical assistant degree or diploma. But there's still another important step before you set off on your job search if you want to be marketable: passing the credentialing exam.
March 17-23 is Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week across the U.S. and Canada and Rasmussen College is planning to recognize those tasked with keeping medical records secure and accurate. The Careers in Health Information Technology Career Chat will showcase all the information you need to know to jumpstart or advance your career in this exciting field!
America's 10,000 hospitals have more than 1.7 million beds. As you'd imagine, a lot of those beds are filled daily. As the U.S. population ages and new types of flu are borne every season, those numbers are increasing dramatically. For those considering a career in healthcare, this is your reality. Whether you want to become a surgical technologist, or you'd prefer a medical job without blood, hospitals offer a variety of roles designed to intrigue and fascinate even the most serious healthcare student. Working in a hospital has pros and cons, of course, but don't worry - our experts weighed in to let you know what to expect!
When someone has the flu, most of us will stay far, far away - and for good reason. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this year we've experienced one of the worst flu seasons in 10 years and sadly, one of the deadliest. As of early February 2013, there have been 127 flu-related deaths in Minnesota alone.
Are you eager to learn where your health information education can take you? This informative webinar will answer your health information career questions.
What kinds of careers come to mind when you think of helping others who are in need of medical care? Doctor or nurse is likely pretty high on the list. Doctors and nurses undoubtedly help others - they save people's lives. But what if you're drawn to the medical field and you're squeamish about blood? Think there's no hope? Actually, a healthy number of medical jobs without blood do exist. So as long as you know you're committed to helping people, remember, you don't have to be a doctor or a nurse to have an impactful medical career. It's true that in any job you might have to unexpectedly deal with blood, we've compiled a list of those medical jobs where you're least likely to have contact with the red stuff.
A medical assistant (MA) and a licensed practical nurse (LPN) fall into the same category and perform several of the same duties; however, there are slight differences between the two jobs.
Doctors and nurses aren't the only important people in an operating room when someone's life is on the line - surgical technologists assist them with life-saving procedures. But what, exactly, do they do? Some pretty important stuff, it turns out.
As you become more comfortable in your current position in the healthcare industry and begin to consider a career in management, it's important that you have everything you need prior to making this move.
Are you interested in healthcare? Thinking of going back to school? You might know what you want, and how to get it - but knowing if you're making the right decision can be the hard part. You might just need a little motivation to help you complete your goal and earn your health sciences degree. Watching a healthcare expert speak passionately about the kinds of things you're interested in could be just what you need. Healthcare TEDTalks can help inspire you.
You love technology. You want a career in a newer, growing field. You are interested in healthcare. But how do you tap into a career that offers you all of these things? With a health information management (HIM) degree, you'll be able to tap into all three.
A lot take places between the time you arrive and leave a clinic, and it's the Health Information Technician who ensures the process runs smoothly. This position is responsible for ensuring everything is transcribed correctly on the bill and is the newest and hottest upcoming healthcare profession.
There are specific responsibilities individuals in every career must face. A pharmacy technician must be extra diligent while performing their duties since serious health problems can arise if a mistake is made with a customer or patient's prescription.
Did you say thank you to a medical assistant the week of Oct. 15-19? Medical Assistants Recognition Week recognizes the contributions medical assistants make to overall healthcare delivery effectiveness.
Now that you have narrowed down your future career path to the healthcare industry, where should you go from here? It may be overwhelming narrowing your decision down to the exact field you'd like to pursue; however it's not as difficult if you know your strengths and interests.
Many people believe doctors are the driving forces inside a hospital, but often times that's not the case. Nurses are known to be the "eyes and ears of the hospital," and usually experience more patient interaction than doctors who typically have much shorter periods of time with each patient due to their busy schedule.
Being a great mom is doing the best you can - with what you have, and knowing everything you do is done with your children's best interest at heart. If you are currently a mom contemplating returning to school, your number one concern is most likely how it's going to affect you and your family, right? If so, understand you're not alone.
Annually, the American Association of Medical Assistants recognizes the contributions medical assistants make to overall health care delivery effectiveness. This year, the Rasmussen College Mokena/Tinley Park campus will honor Medical Assistants with a variety of activities during Medical Assistants Recognition Week between October 15th and the 19th.
In the several years I've been teaching students about the Medical Assistant profession, I have been asked numerous times by both healthcare professionals and non-healthcare professionals, "what does a Medical Assistant do?" Each time I've been taken aback by this. What do you mean what does a Medical Assistant do? The truth is; we do a lot!
Being a surgical technologist is hard work. It often pulls at the heart strings and can affect whether somebody lives or dies. To acknowledge all of the difficult tasks expected of a surgical technologist, Sept. 16 through Sept. 21 of this year has been designated National Surgical Technologist Week.
There is a period in most people's life when they are faced with a huge decision - one that not only affects their life, but the life of others. Julie Sharma had that happen to her.
Almost two million people will undoubtedly pack the Minnesota State Fair this year to take part in the act of eating, and even though the fair boasts many attractions other than food, let's be honest - most of us can't wait to get our fingers on something deep fried and on-a-stick. So, are you ready to loosen your belt to make room for this year's brand new food creations?
Ever wonder how to spruce up your nurse's uniform? Even as a nurse, you have the option to transform yourself into a fashionista during your work day. Here are several ideas to bring a splash of personality into your everyday work.
As the new school year nears, many of you are probably trying to soak up those last few weeks of the summer sun, especially if you've been stuck inside all summer. For many of us though, protecting our skin outdoors is an afterthought. Check out our infographic below to make sure you are protected from the summer sun.
The back-to-school hustle has begun for both young and old. Children are busy soaking up the last of the summer's rays, college students are preparing for that first semester, and of course, parents are rushing about to schedule their children's necessary vaccination appointments. In fact, August is such a popular month for shots that it is now officially designated National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM).
A person will often graduate with a degree, only to later realize it wasn't for them and go back to school to earn a degree in something more suitable to their interests and talents. That's what happened to recent Rasmussen College Surgical Technologist graduate, Summer Blakey.
For eight years, Petty Officer 2nd Class Iris Clark of Waco, Texas served her country with the U.S. Navy as a mechanical engineer. She finished two deployments aboard the USS Harry S. Truman, one to the Mediterranean, the other to the Persian Gulf. Clark is a proud servicewoman, and a proud mother of two.
Are you interested in a career in nursing? Check out our latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video to learn more about what personality characteristics are needed to become a nurse, and how to break into a career in this field.
The truth is finally out. People are in love with pinning! Pinterest is now the third most popular social network behind Facebook and Twitter, and it continues to gain momentum. As if 104 million total visits this March aren't evidence enough of the site's growth, Pinterest's traffic also increased by 50 percent between February and January of this year.
Fitness personality Richard Simmons once said in an interview with Men's Health Magazine, "You can't buy it, you can't rent it. You have to earn it. My formula has always been love yourself, move your body, watch your portions." Leading a healthy lifestyle sounds easy enough, right? Could be, but there are a lot of obstacles trying to divert our attention from eating healthy, making healthy choices, and exercising. Fortunately, when you're in the healthcare field, you may see the result of making unhealthy decisions, and it can help you lead a better life that is more fulfilling when you make the right choices. Here are 21 healthy lifestyle quotes to help inspire you to kick-start your healthy lifestyle or make you appreciate your good health:
The choice to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree can be a rewarding decision. You've already taken many complicated courses to get you to your registered nurse status, assuming you passed the NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse) after graduating with your Professional Nursing Associate's degree. Now, it's time for you to buckle down and put your thinking cap back on because you will soon be back in school.
Are you interested in becoming a nurse? Check out our latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video to learn more about what you should be looking for when choosing a nursing school to enroll at to earn your degree.
After 31 years of cutting and coloring clients as a hairstylist, Kristen Anderson decided to make a career change - pronto.
As technology continues evolving and the population ages, the indispensable nature of the healthcare field has created the need for modifications to the duties of existing professions, as well as the addition of completely new career opportunities. If technology and health interest you, you're in the right place.
This video dispels some myths about healthcare management and how a degree can help you advance your career within the healthcare field.
Check out the latest installment of the "What Should I Do With My Life" video series, when we discuss the salary opportunities for those entering into the Healthcare Management career field.
Do you remember being asked as a child, "What do you want to be when you grow up?". If you answered, "A nurse!" or "A doctor!", here's some additional points to consider about these fast growing occupations.
Check out the latest from our What Should I Do With My Life video series as we discuss the wide open career field as an MLT.
This video from our "What Should I Do With My Life" series we speak with Lynn Skafte, the Medical Assisting Program Coordinator at Rasmussen College as she explores the variety of different medical assistant job opportunities within the healthcare industry.
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The National HIM/HIT Program Director at Rasmussen College is featured in this video blog about jobs and salaries in health information technology.
The National Director of HIM and HIT programs at Rasmussen College is interviewed in this video blog. She answers essential questions about HIM salaries and job opportunities.
Healthcare is quickly becoming one of the most dominant industries in the United States. Find out more about healthcare management degrees and career paths here.
Human services professionals are offered a unique opportunity to make a direct difference in a variety of people's lives - ranging from young children, teenagers, adults, and families.
In this video, the Director of the School of Health Sciences at Rasmussen College, Lorrie Laurin, helps us uncover the answer to the question, "What is a pharmacy technician" while sharing some basic information about the career paths and responsbilities of a pharmacy technician.
Check out some candid shots of our health sciences classrooms here.
Watch this video to learn more about pharmacy technician job requirements.
"What should I do with my life?" This is a common question asked by many people. This video blog explores a popular and demanded career in healthcare-medical administration.
The School of Health Sciences Director at Rasmussen College speaks about Medical Administration educational and career paths.
We sat down with Hertencia Bowe, the National Health Information Management Program Coordinator for the School of Health Sciences, and she unveiled some great information about careers and degrees in Health Information Management.
The healthcare industry may be one of the most exciting fields in the job market today. This is exactly why going to school to earn your Medical Laboratory Technician Associate's degree will allow you to get started down a promising career path.
Watch the latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video series which shares information about medical administration degree programs and career paths.
Learn more about various medical jobs within a hospital through this engaging infographic.
Join the Director of The School of Health Sciences at Rasmussen College and host Allie Gray Freeland in the latest installment of the What Should I Do With My Life Video series featuring information about a medical administration job description.
Learn about the various career trajectories and levels of education needed as a nurse.
One of the best features regarding the healthcare industry is that there are so many avenues an individual can pursue
Earning your Pharmacy Technician Associate's degree will prepare you to work within the pharmacy field as an important aid to customers and other members of pharmacy staff.
It is essential for own health to shield yourself when you're out in the sun. Learn more about the myths and truths about SPF.
There are many factors to take into account when researching and eventually applying for nursing schools. Here are some suggestions to make sure that you are completely confident that the nursing school you choose is a perfect fit.
What would some traditional fairy tales look like in a world chock-full of modern science?
What should I do with my life? Host Allie Gray Freeland interviews health sciences expert to uncover the courses in a medical lab technician degree program.
Looking to break into the healthcare industry but want to be shielded from what happens behind closed doors? Going back to school for your Medical Assistant degree means you'll be the first person a patient sees when they arrive for a scheduled appointment.
As a health information technician, you'll be responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of all patient health information for a healthcare organization.
This infographic explores common medical prefixes and postfixes and their meaning.
Learn more about Google Health, Google's new spin on digitized healthcare records.
Learn about the growing career option in the healthcare industry -medical lab technology, a career path that can be pursued through a Medical Laboratory Technician Associate's degree.
This article uncovers steps to take to start a career as a healthcare professional through the pursuit of health sciences degrees.
Here are five unique resume tips to help land your dream job as a healthcare management professional.
Earning a Medical Assisting degree could provide a great segue into a healthcare career. Learn more about career paths, education requirements, and job requirements of a medical assistant...
The job of a health information technologist is critical to providing quality health care. Health information technologist is responsible for recording symptoms and medical history, previous medical exam reports and treatment plans, laboratory test results, and other doctors' diagnoses. Learn more about educational and career paths as a health information technician
Learn more about steps for obtaining a pharmacy technician certificate or degree, job outlook, and important responsibilities in this insightful article on pharmacy technicians.
Rasmussen College discusses the Health Information Management degree program, careers in health information management, and the future of the medical field on WREX- Rockford.
The Rasmussen College - Dean of Nursing at the Eagan, MN college campus appeared on FOX Twin Cities alongside two proud nursing degree students to discuss job opportunities for nurses.
Rasmussen College, who offers Health Information Management degrees, discusses health information management careers and the future of the medical field on WFTX Fort Myers.
It is important to keep up-to-date on drug resources as a health care professional. By the same token, as innovation increases, it is essential for technicians to have multiple resources available to support their work. Read more about the six best online resources for pharmacy technicians...
Discover the history of Heath Information Technology (HIT) through the 21st Century.
Read about one student's journey from self-doubt to self-actualization.
Uninsured in America: A Look at those Without Health Insurance in the US
Job opportunities are on the rise in Certified Medical Assisting. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in this industry is projected to grow much faster than average, ranking medical assistants among the fastest growing occupations between 2008 and 2018 - seeing a 34 percent increase within the decade.
The Medical Assistant profession is a very misunderstood profession in health care. People often ask: What exactly is a Medical Assistant? Do they serve as a nurse, a nursing assistant, or a physician's assistant? This is the question that I asked Certified Medical Assistant, Melissa Cole.
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This article will list common medical errors and how operating room staff can prevent them from happening.
The last legislative chapter in the Health Care debate came to a commencement when the House passed, for the second time, a package of fixes to the bill that President Barack Obama had signed, on March 26. This monumental decision will change many aspects of health care system in the United States.
Check out the best jobs to have in the next eight years, broken down by highest income and other categories.