Allied health Careers in demand
Medical records and work with medical coding and billing, ensuring patient records are kept up-to-date and accurate. With most healthcare providers shifting to electronic healthcare records systems, those working in medical coding and medical billing are typically required to be proficient in the operation of such systems, which are at the heart of most medical operations.
Employers in the expanding healthcare industry are looking to hire more to handle administrative and clinical duties. Medical assisting can include a wide range of jobs, from recording patient history and vital signs to scheduling appointments. Medical assistants may perform clinical duties such as preparing blood for laboratory testing. It’s a fast-growing profession: the number of medical assistants is expected to grow 31% this decade.
Medical and Health Services Managers
Medical and are tasked with the complicated and crucial job of overseeing operations at healthcare facilities. Working in healthcare management can lead to jobs as varied as overseeing a group of physician clinics to managing an entire hospital or research facility, often in highly-competitive business environments. As the number of such healthcare operations grow, the demand for healthcare administrators is expected to remain high.
work with those who have difficulty breathing, including those who suffer from conditions such as asthma and emphysema. They also work in hospitals, helping those who have experienced some type of trauma, such as heart attack or stroke, to recover the ability to breath normally. Federal projections call for job growth in this field of 28% by 2020, much faster than the average of all jobs nationwide.
better the lives of patients who have suffered loss of movement or who are experiencing pain by teaching them the benefits of therapeutic exercise. Physical therapists help people manage pain and regain movement through the use of treatments that address conditions such as neck and back strain, sprains, bone breaks and fractures. This in-demand profession is expected to grow 39% by 2020, according to federal government projections.
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Diagnostic medical sonographers use specialized equipment to produce images from inside a patient’s body that are used by doctors to diagnose medical conditions. They typically use ultrasound, sonogram and echocardiogram equipment and specialize on imaging specific parts of the body, including the abdomen (most often with pregnant women), breasts, muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and the brain.
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