Tips on Working From Home

Tips on Working From Home In the office, your coworkers often pose the greatest threat to keeping you from getting some real, heads-down work done. They drop by your desk, engage you in conversation, and invite you to lunch. The social benefits of a workplace are definitely nice to have, but they can become a […] Read More

New Beginnings and Taking the Leap into a Healthcare Career Path

A career in healthcare offers many benefits beyond achieving the job of your dreams. Many different roles in a healthcare setting allow you to help others, caring for their physical and emotional needs, and making a difference in people’s lives. From newborns to senior citizens, you can choose a specialty and begin helping people to […] Read More

Handwashing- Not Just For Kids

Handwashing- Not Just For Kids “Did you wash your hands?” Handwashing- the number one thing we remind kids to do. But as we’ve seen in recent days, it’s so important for everyone to remind themselves to wash; not just kids! Handwashing with soap and water is one of the most important steps you can take […] Read More

Medical Assisting – A day in the life

Medical Assisting – A day in the life Medical Assisting is not just a job – it’s a highly rewarding profession with a diverse array of roles and responsibilities. A day in the life of a Medical Assistant is difficult to pinpoint because your day to day activities may vary depending on what type of […] Read More

SINGLE PARENTS RETURNING TO SCHOOL

SINGLE PARENTS RETURNING TO SCHOOL We’re really impressed when we hear about single parents returning to school on top of everything else, they’re doing! Getting an education isn’t just important for you, it’s crucial for your kids, too. It was not easy, but this is the goal of many single parents.  We often hear from […] Read More

HHS Dept Commissioned Study Says Regular Mammograms Only Needed After 50

Sweeping new U.S. breast cancer screening guidelines are calling for an end to routine mammograms for women in their 40s and for women 50 to 74 they suggest a mammogram every other year.  This controversial new guideline was handed down by the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF),  a group of nongovernmental experts convened […] Read More

Tips for a successful Medical Assistant externship

Tips for a successful Medical Assistant externship Externships are temporary training programs in a workplace, which provide important experience and hands on learning. The Medical Assistant externship is extremely important for getting you career ready. As a Medical Assistant extern, you are expected to carry out the duties that you were taught in your training […] Read More

Medical Assisting: Turning challenges into rewards

You dreamed of a Medical Assistant career where your life’s work would be all about helping others. You wanted to contribute your knowledge and compassion to a healthcare team that helps patients get well, but the profession has its challenges. So how do you turn those challenges into rewards and accomplishments you can be proud […] Read More

Online Medical Billing School Working on Windows 7 timeframe

Here’s the story for anyone who uses computers for school; especially those enrolled in online medical billing school. As was covered in this blog extensively, Microsoft recently ceased support for its Windows XP operating system.  Now it has been reported that they are planning to kill again.  Microsoft announced it will be ceasing support for […] Read More