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The Cost of Healthcare Certification Training

Healthcare is a rapidly growing field with an excellent job outlook over the coming years. With a modicum of training, you could begin a stable, fulfilling career in any one of a number of healthcare technician or assistant positions – and you could do it in a relatively short amount of time. But most jobs […]

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FAQs on Healthcare Certification

Looking to start a career in the healthcare industry often begins with seeking some type of professional certification. There are many courses offered that prepare prospective healthcare workers for exams that lead to certification in a wide variety of specialties. And certification is offered by a variety of certifying bodies in a variety of specialties, including […]

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What is a Medical Billing and Coding Professional?

What is a Medical Billing and Coding Professional? Whenever a healthcare provider sees a patient, a medical biller and coder is called on to submit claims to the patient’s insurer in a specific manner, with services, procedures, and diagnosis identified by a medical billing code. Medical billing and coding professionals work with health care providers and […]

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Healthcare Careers with Low Educational Requirements

For employment opportunities and job security, few industries can compare with healthcare. Some people might be initially deterred from seeking work in this field because they believe a long, arduous educational process is involved. However, working as a medical assistant or a medical billing and coding professional does not require a lengthy training process. In […]

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Medical Billing Professionals in High Demand

As the graduation rate of doctors continues to be an issue in the United States, the shortage of physicians is expected to become an even bigger problem. Currently, less than 25% of newly graduated doctors choose to go into primary care, and of that group less than 5% locate their practices in rural areas. In […]