An externship is far more than something you simply check off from a list of requirements. It is an opportunity to learn a lot, make valuable connections, and get a head start when you enter the job market. Here are five tips for impressing your coworkers and supervisor(s), learning the skills you need, and making […]
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Medical Assistants in Arlington and across the country provide a valuable service and help healthcare professionals, including physicians, promote positive treatment outcomes for patients and more. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, demand for Medical Assistants is expected to be among the fastest-growing positions in the health industry through […]
Medical secretaries are the friendly faces that welcome you to your physician’s office. Every day, they liaise with healthcare professionals to ensure patients receive the quality care they deserve.
Maintaining patient confidentiality is no longer just a matter of keeping private information you learn on the job to yourself. The storage of individual patient records in large computer databases brings its own threats of theft, hacking, and privacy breaches.
Interacting with other people is a necessary part of life, no matter how much we’d like to avoid it. Too often, we all have conversations where we concentrate on the information we want to convey rather than what the other person is talking about.
Phlebotomy, or drawing blood, is a crucial skill in hospitals or other medical settings. Doctors and nurses require patient blood samples to make a variety of critical medical decisions, to figure out what blood type to use in a transfusion, and to run necessary tests. Blood may also be drawn to store for transfusions, or […]
Have you ever wondered how medical practitioners effortlessly use those extensive medical terms? Have you ever wondered where they even came from? For those of you who work in the medical field as Health Information specialist, Pharmacy Technicians, or a Health care assistant in Weight Management then Medical Terminology may seem complex and difficult to […]
Of all possible careers, why would someone choose the healthcare industry? After exhaustive research, CCI Training Center presents herein five reasons they consider the most important and most widely cited by currently employed health system employees.
Healthcare isn’t just about finding cures or making people better when they get sick. It is also about preventionвЂ” limiting the long-term risks to your health. When we think of frontline clinical staff, we think of the physicians, surgeons, nurses, and paramedics who provide medical attention to patients, both in emergencies and day-to-day.
The focus of healthcare facilities today is to provide patient-centered environments. Medical professionals and staff must be motivated to provide outstanding patient experience and satisfaction.