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The Value of Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants

If your healthcare facility is feeling the pressure of the ever-growing physician shortage that many US facilities are experiencing, there are ways to make the most of the situation. The shortage is projected to amount upwards of 120,000 by 2023. Nurse Practitioners...

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Continuing Education in Occupational and Physical Therapy

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: healthcare professionals should never stop learning! Several healthcare occupations offer continuing education programs to their workers so that they can stay up to date with the latest and most relevant healthcare...

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The Most In-Demand Healthcare Jobs Right Now

Healthcare is a wonderful industry to be employed in right now. It is one of the fastest-growing professional sectors in the United States. The Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks job market growth in 10-year sections, and we are currently approaching the halfway mark....

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The Difference Between A Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician

In 2019, healthcare professionals in the field of pharmacy have been working in one of the highest earning healthcare sectors, beating out nurses, physicians and physical therapists, among others. Millions of Americans come into contact with pharmacy professionals...

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Top Medical Imaging Trends for 2019

Medical imaging is one of the most fascinating healthcare discoveries of the modern era - and it is always changing! The constant advancements that the healthcare world is making to improve our ability to diagnose and treat patients are nothing short of incredible. At...

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The ASCP Certification & How to Study For It

Are you in the field of pathology or laboratory technology? You have probably heard of the ASCP certification - an optional educational membership program that many healthcare professionals in this field choose to complete.    It is not required in every state to...

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Career Paths for a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner

Baby boomers, one of the largest age groups of the population, are beginning to grow older. Older people typically have more health problems as their bodies begin to wear down, and often require more medical assistance than they did when they were younger. Luckily,...

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Rehab Settings 101: Knowing the Difference

Individuals that are recovering from an injury or stroke, or that are coping with a physical impairment are likely to attend rehabilitative therapy to help them get back to life as usual. This kind of therapy can take place in a number of different rehab settings,...

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