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Inventory Management Is Not Just for ...

This article was originally published in Total Pharmacy, a Pharmacy Times publication.

  • Aug 22, 2019 6:00:00 AM |
  • Jeremy Sasser

Medical assistants: the perfect coach ...

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 needs of the patient, they also need their commitment 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

5 ways to become a thought leader

Have you ever thought of yourself as an information pioneer, trailblazer or market disruptor? If you answered yes, chances are you could be seen as a thought leader within your organization.

Thought leaders have an innate ability to harness the power of knowledge sharing and then communicate how that knowledge can be used to help shape industries, impact business strategy and expand market growth.

But how do you become a thought leader or work toward becoming a stronger voice within your organization?

  • Jul 25, 2019 6:00:00 AM |
  • Jessica Langley

How the US Women’s World Cup Team ...

On Sunday, July 7, 2019, viewership records were set with an estimated 14.3 million tuning in to watch the US Women’s National Soccer Team bring home the World Cup. The world was their stage, but the runway was long to get there.

  • Jul 11, 2019 9:25:51 AM |
  • Stacy Jones

Celebrating CTE Success and ...

It's graduation season and we are thrilled to share some of the exciting successes that #NHAcertified students and professionals have had during and after their Career and Technical Education (CTE) run program. To date, NHA has certified over 68,000 CTE students but the benefits of certification go far beyond graduation. 

  • Jun 13, 2019 3:00:47 PM |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Stepping Into Unexpected Opportunity

Nearly 18 years ago as a teenager, Jamie Bornt began working as a cashier at her local Hannaford grocery store. Over time she earned a promotion to manage the customer service department, where she excelled in meeting the needs of customers. As a star employee, Bornt’s talent and demeanor caught the attention of the store’s pharmacy manager.

  • May 10, 2019 3:34:50 PM |
  • Kate Ressler

Cultivating a Personal Brand

Contributors: Kim Doerflinger, Antrea Dowd, Elizabeth Thompson, Julie Walters and Davene Yankle, MS-HSM, BSN, CCRN

  • May 10, 2019 3:18:04 PM |
  • Kate Ressler

Bringing 'COOL' Opportunities to Sailors

After completing intensive training, a hospital corpsman takes a pledge that says they will hold the care of the sick and injured to be a privilege and a sacred trust. This pledge isn’t taken lightly, and becomes ingrained in those who dedicate their military career to providing medical care to those in need. 

  • May 10, 2019 2:40:04 PM |
  • Kate Ressler

A Young Solution for an Aging Population

Contributor: Janet Rapuano, Ph.D.

How High School Students are Entering Healthcare Careers Earlier and More Prepared

CTE in the community

Across the United States, communities watch with pride as high school graduates walk across the stage and then into career opportunities. Many of these career and technical education (CTE) graduates earned not only their high school diplomas, but also received hands-on experience and education toward a specific career path. Often, students who choose a health sciences track within their CTE program can graduate with one or more allied health credential, providing them with a direct path to employment. These students and their communities are reaping the benefits of their achievements.   

  • May 10, 2019 2:32:01 PM |
  • Kate Ressler

Overcoming Obstacles and Determined to ...

After working as a medical assistant for nearly 30 years, LeAnn Thorne, CCMA, sought career advancement by earning industry credentials — and she didn’t let a brain tumor diagnosis stop her.

  • May 10, 2019 2:25:30 PM |
  • Kate Ressler
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  • Aug 15, 2019 6:00:00 AM |
  • Jessica Langley

Medical assistants: the perfect coach to add to your care team

  • Aug 6, 2019 5:00:00 AM |
  • Kate Ressler

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