Did you know that you can become a dental assistant in a matter of months? The key to a speedy success is taking the right steps. To help you become a dental assistant, we’ve mapped out the course you need to follow.
You review patient medical records, assigning the proper medical codes to their corresponding medical treatment, diagnosis and more. The data you code is used to determine everything from billing to population health statistics. Most importantly, your work directly affects patient care.
Whether you’re an LPN looking to advance your career or this is entry into healthcare, becoming a registered nurse (RN) is easy. The key to success is knowing the right steps to take before you ever even enroll.
Wondering if dental assisting is right for you? Tune in to learn a few of the reasons dental assistants love what they do.
Want to earn a living while making a difference? Working as a Medical Assistant allows professionals to make money and an impact in the healthcare industry.
Medical coding school is one of the many fields within the burgeoning healthcare industry. So, is it worth it? We’re not going to answer that question for you, but we will provide you with some information, allowing you to decide for yourself.
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Something we’re asked a lot is whether or not medical school is “worth it.” While we can’t answer the question for you, we can provide you with the information needed to answer that question for yourself.
The healthcare industry has evolved to meet the demands of today’s patient care needs. Amongst the areas affected by these changes is the health information technology industry. The reason? One of the biggest drivers behind recent changes has been the industry-wide transition to the electronic medical record (EMR), sometimes called an electronic health record (EHR).