Dental Assistants perform administrative duties in dental offices. Dental Assistant tasks include: scheduling patients, receiving and organizing patient records and handling payments and insurance claims.
Health Information Technicians work to organize patients' health records. These records may include medical histories, examination results, treatment methods and healthcare provider information.
Licensed practical nurses work under the supervision of nurses and physicians to help individuals. They observe vital signs, prepare patients for procedures and administer prescribed medications.
Massage Therapists work in some of the most glamorous locations around the world. Massage Therapists work at spas, resorts, cruise ships and even from the comfort of their own homes.
Medical Administrative Assistants work in healthcare offices. They perform administrative duties, including scheduling appointments and organizing and maintaining patient records.
Medical Assistants perform a variety of clinical duties, including: taking vital stats and preparing patients. Medical Assistants work with a wide range of individuals performing many different tasks.
Medical Billers and Coders decode doctors' notes to determine what procedures are covered by insurance and then submit the claims to insurance companies. They ensure their medical office is properly reimbursed.
Medical Transcriptionists transcribe dictated medical reports into non-abbreviated format. They take medical reports written by doctors and nurses and transform the shorthand records into longhand.
Nurses work alongside doctors and other healthcare professionals to assist patients with various needs. Nurses work in doctor's offices, hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
Nursing Assistants work under the supervision of certified nurses. They perform a variety of duties to help sick, injured, elderly or convalescent patients.
Patient Care professionals work in hospitals, nursing homes, convalescent homes and other healthcare facilities. They obtain, organize and maintain medical histories and records.
Pharmacy Technicians work alongside pharmacists. They perform a variety of tasks, including helping customers, answering calls, labeling bottles and maintaining the pharmacy.
Phlebotomists primarily work in doctor's offices and hospitals. Their job is to retrieve blood samples from patients using intravenous methods and submit the samples to the lab to be tested.
Physical Therapist Assistants work under the direction and supervision of physical therapists. They prepare patients to see the physical therapist and help provide therapy treatments and procedures.
Radiologists examine patients using x-rays to determine what injuries, disorders or diseases they may have. They give council and instruct patients on what measure they need to take.
Respiratory Therapy Technicians monitor patients during medical procedures to see if they experience any unusual reactions. They are responsible for monitoring patients and recording their therapy.
Surgical Technician work with surgeons and nurses. They are responsible for setting up the operating room and placing instructions in their proper place. During surgery they will assist the doctors and nurses.