The role of a Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT/A), or patient care coordinator and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) are oftentimes assumed to be the same job in allied health. While these roles are similar there are some distinct differences. However, if you are trying to optimize your learners career opportunities there are many reasons why seeking both credentials makes sense. They may work better together.
- Sep 12, 2019 6:00:00 AM |
- Stacy Jones
Introducing Jeremy Sasser, NHA pharmacy strategist and host of OnScript with NHA, a podcast for pharmacy technicians and those who educate and train them. OnScript recently launched as part of the Pharmacy Podcast Network (PPN).
Jeremy recently started hosting and broadcasting this podcast series as a new avenue for interacting with and educating customers, sharing their point of view on meaningful topics and driving thought leadership in the pharmacy industry.
Today, we bring you a question and answer interview session where he will share why podcasts and why now as well as an overview of the content, who should listen and how you can tune in.
- Sep 5, 2019 6:00:00 AM |
- National Healthcareer Association
As value-based care continues to be a hot topic in healthcare, input from the patient is just as important as input from the provider when deciding how to move forward. As care teams champion the patients' needs, they also need patients to commit and follow-through to achieve positive outcomes.
True reform hinges on creating a culture that is focused on patient self-motivation, behavioral and inspirational support received from qualified healthcare professionals – a health coach.
- Aug 15, 2019 6:00:00 AM |
- Jessica Langley
Since January, I have traveled across the country with a single mission: to unite educators and employers for the purpose of developing the best medical assistants (CCMA) together. Many of you read my prior article, “My New Year’s Un-Resolution: How it can benefit the healthcare industry”, so you know that I am passionate about this topic and I feel an enormous obligation to help advocate for the medical assistant profession. Here’s what I’ve learned so far in 2019…
- Aug 1, 2019 7:00:00 AM |
- Kristle Funke