Care + Career

Resources, news and fun for NHA certification candidates and alumni.

NEW CE: Navigating Communication and Chronic Conditions with Older Adults

People aged 65 years and older are currently the fastest growing population in the United States and will likely account for 20% of the population by 2030. According to research, 88% of this population have at least one chronic condition, with 75% having multiple chronic conditions.

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NEW CE: A Case Study on Inpatient Transfers

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NEW CE: The Cardiology Unit Case Study

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NEW CE: Bath and Hygiene Safety

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NEW CE: Inpatient Transfers

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NEW CE: The Role of the Patient Care Tech in the Cardiac Care or Cardiac Telemetry Unit


As a patient care technician, you know that “busy” can be an understatement for almost any inpatient setting. When it comes to Coronary Care, also known as Cardiac Step Down or Cardiac Telemetry Units, this is especially true. Specializing in this area of inpatient care is incredibly hard work, but it is equally rewarding. Constant vigilance is required, but the results are rewarding.

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NEW CE: Osteoporosis in an Aging Population

Osteoporosis is the most common bone disease in humans and represents a serious health problem, especially for people over the age of 70. The primary characteristic of this chronic disease is a decrease in bone mineral density (BMD), caused by the body’s metabolic changes later in life.

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NEW CE: Coding Updates—Telehealth Services, Evaluation & Management, and Opioid Use Disorder

With an ever-evolving healthcare system, certified medical billing and coding professionals have to stay on top of changing codes, practices, and regulations. Telehealth Services Coding, CPT Evaluation and Management Code and Guideline Changes for 2021, and Opioid Use Disorder Coding provide you with three opportunities to earn continuing education credits, showing your commitment to your healthcare career and patient care.

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NEW CE: Healthy Lifestyles for Geriatrics

Why is a healthy lifestyle so important for older adults?

Today, many people are living longer lives, but often with chronic diseases that can truly impact the quality of those extra years. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension), arthritis, and osteoporosis are among the most common health concerns for seniors but getting a diagnosis can provided much-needed motivation to take action.

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4 Unexpected Ways Continuing Education Can Help Your Career

Continuing Education (CE) can feel like exercise. You feel better once it's done, but it's difficult to take the initiative to start.

We get it. That's why our CE credits, which are required to maintain certification status and required in certain states to maintain employment, are:

  • Diverse to match your needs/interests
  • Developed by experts who are in the field and understand what it takes to succeed
  • Are succinct yet impactful, so you can get the most benefit from your time investment
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