Etiquette for Post Job Interview Follow-Up

So you’ve submitted a well-crafted application for that nursing assistant job you applied for after completing nursing assistant certification with the Allen School.   Several days pass and you have heard nothing.  Did your application make it to the intended recipient?  Did it fall off the edge of the earth into a giant cosmic paper shredder?  […] Read More

Independence is a Beautiful Thing for Nursing Assistants

With the nation’s Independence Day festivities behind us, I thought today would be a great day to examine the ways a nursing assistant certification from Allen School enables a greater level of independence among those who complete their studies and embark on a new career as a certified nursing assistant. Geographical Independence With certified nursing […] Read More

A Post NOT for Online Medical Billing Program Students

We frequently post stories about neat technologies and other interesting items that underscore the benefits of studying online medical billing classes with the Allen School. From stories about the latest computer system upgrades to avoiding commuting during miserable winter weather, many of our posts underscore the good reasons to be on online medical billing program […] Read More

Cautionary Tale for the Medical Assistant Training Candidate

So you’re taking medical assistant training in preparation for a job in a field where compassionate care-giving is the name of the game.  You selected medical assistant training because you’re a naturally nurturing person who derives great satisfaction from helping others and offering comfort to the afflicted.  However, just as in any other career, after […] Read More

You’re Never Too Young/Old to Achieve

Maybe you’re about to turn 50 and have been downsized from your lifelong career in a disappearing industry.  Or maybe you’re just out of high school, like the subject of this incredible article about a 17 year old who invented a radical and brilliant new medical product. Consider young Joe Landolina, the 22 year-old who […] Read More

Update on the Windows 10 Update for Medical Coding Online Students

Using your computer to study medical coding online with Allen School is most definitely an exceptional convenience.  However, if your machine is running Window 8, you may be among the many users who harbor a particularly strong distaste for the operating system.  And you’re not alone.  Windows 8 is nearly universally disliked by users due […] Read More

4 Foods to Boost Effective Study for Medical Billing Classes Online

So, you need to make a shake comprised of blueberries, sea bass, kale and olive oil and guzzle it down.  Just kidding.  But if you’re studying medical billing classes online, you may wish to consider the following information. Want to operate at peak mental efficiency?  Want to optimize your study time, even if your hectic […] Read More

One (Bad) Way to Land Your Dream Job

Shortcuts in life rarely if ever pay off for those who try to use them.  Circumventing the trials and tribulations involved in achieving anything worthwhile is a dangerous game that can lead to lots of unintended consequences.  Take for example the case of a company called Career Excuse.  The company provides its customers with glowing […] Read More

Need Extra Time Before Accepting a New Nurse Assistant Job?

One of the best things about studying to earn nurse assistant certification is the job opportunities that open up once you’ve earned your diploma.  You’ll find there are plenty of job availabilities and you’ll hone your skills at resumes, interviews and the like.  You may even find yourself in the enviable position of having one […] Read More