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ENTRY LEVEL HOSPITAL JOBS CAN BE A SPRINGBOARD TO NURSING

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 4, 2016 2:41:12 PM / by CCI Training Center posted in Medical and Healthcare, Health Information Specialist

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medical_documentationTo say that nursing is a noble profession is a profound understatement. Licensed nurses are fearless, highly trained women and men committed to saving lives. They help to heal and comfort the sick and injured and they need to constantly keep up with always changing medical technologies.

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HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY STILL IN NEED OF BILLING & CODING SPECIALISTS

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 22, 2016 1:14:07 PM / by CCI Training Center posted in Medical and Healthcare, Health Information Specialist

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Medical clinic back officeHealthcare billing and coding specialists are in high demand! According to the United States Department of Labor, the job market for medical records and health information specialists is expected to grow by 15% from 2013 through 2024, faster than the average for all other occupations.¹

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Job Outlook: Medical Insurance Claims Auditor and Medical Insurance Claims Processor

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 18, 2014 6:45:33 AM / by CCI Training Center posted in Health Information Specialist

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business-student-on-phoneThe landscape of the healthcare industry is ever-changing; new technologies and advancements in previous technologies (including eHealth and telemedicine) have resulted in a growing demand for healthcare workers in all aspects of the industry.

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Up and Coming Changes in Electronic Medical Records

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 16, 2014 7:03:48 AM / by CCI Training Center posted in Health Information Specialist

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Electronic medical records are essentially a digital version of the paper records that medical practitioners use to keep track of patient information on a regular basis. Though these records, also commonly referred to as EMRs, are still a relatively new technology, they have been able to revolutionize the way medical professionals operate on a daily basis. Electronic medical records are also continuing to evolve and there are a number of important changes that are just on the horizon with regards to the way these types of systems are implemented across the board.

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