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What’s the Difference Between Radiologic & Nuclear Medicine Technologists?

What's the Difference Between Radiologic & Nuclear Medicine Technologists? Compare two popular medical imaging roles and learn which is for ...
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Salaries for Healthcare Careers

While your career focus may be the biggest factor in your expected earnings, it’s certainly not the only one. Factors ...
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Health Informatics: Why is it Different from Other Healthcare Tech Degrees?

Health informatics is a career where technology can improve the way health data is collected, stored, processed and communicated ...

Where Can a Career in Allied Health Take You?

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How to Become a Phlebotomist

Phlebotomists are allied health professionals who draw blood from patients or blood donors for medical testing. They can also prepare and process blood tests. Since bloodwork is often the least favorite part of a trip to the doctor’s office, it takes a skilled individual to know how to handle each patient and situation.

  • What will you learn in a phlebotomy program?
  • What’s the job outlook for this field?
  • How long will the program take?

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What’s it Like to Work as a Medical Assistant?

If you’ve dreamed of working as a healthcare professional in a role that helps others, there is no time like the present to begin planning for a career as a medical assistant. As an in-demand occupation, medical assisting offers many opportunities for those interested in the medical field and the expansive scope of healthcare.

  • Learn what roles are available.
  • How do you find the right program?
  • What should you look for in a school?
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Is Medical Billing & Coding the Career for You?

Even though medical billing and coding is often referred to as though it’s a single career, in reality medical billing and medical coding are two separate functions and two unique jobs. There’s a very specific task flow that includes both medical billers and medical coders. Explore our career and education guide to learn what you’ll do in each, and which one is right for you.

  • Are you a biller or a coder?
  • Can you start a home business?
  • Is financial aid available for these programs?

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