“Allied health” is an essential part of healthcare that relies on administrative, support, therapeutic, and technological roles. In total, around 60% of the U.S. healthcare workforce is made up of allied health professionals such as medical assistants, pharmacy technicians, physical therapists, radiographers, and medical billing and coding workers.
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