If you're currently trying to decide on which Medical Assistant College Program you should attend, then you shouldn't miss this article by Kevin Carey in the New York Times.
The author suggests that the free market has failed medical assisting education resulting low employment rates or underemployment making it very difficult for Medical Assistants to pay off their education debt - in fact he cites statistics that show graduates from Drake have a 31% default rate on their loans.
The new rules regarding who can enter medication, radiology, and laboratory orders into the electronic health record (EHR) and have such entry count toward meeting the meaningful use thresholds under the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs came into effect on the 1st of January 2014.
The increasing availability and popularity of online college courses has allowed many students to boost their marketability in the modern job market. In the medical field, these opportunities can often lead to larger salaries and increased responsibility in the clinical, hospital or medical office environment. Choosing the right online program can make a significant difference in your ongoing career success. Here are five criteria to consider when selecting an online educational opportunity.
If you live near Baytown Texas (see the service area map below) and you're looking for information on Healthcare training programs, then the December 4th information session at Lee College might be just the think you'e looking for.
It will take place in the Phyllis Davis Room at 909 Decker Drive starting at 5:30pm and running through to 7pm.