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What is an X-Ray Tech and How to Get Started

Posted By:   Posted On: September 16th, 2020

X-ray technicians are a type of radiologic technician, specializing in using equipment to take diagnostic imaging of patients. They take care of patients, educate them about their medical procedures, maintain and operate equipment, and work with physicians and medical providers to read results and determine a suitable course of treatment. Some X-ray techs might also [&hellip

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Benefits and How to Get Started as an Ultrasound Technician

Posted By:   Posted On: August 11th, 2020

Ultrasound techs, also known as diagnostic medical sonographers or sonographers, operate equipment that utilizes sound waves which create images of the body’s internal structures. Read on to learn how to become an ultrasound tech, the benefits, and how to get started. What Are Ultrasounds and How Are They Used? Ultrasounds emit high-frequency sound waves that [&hellip

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What Is an MRI Tech and How to Get Started

Posted By:   Posted On: July 15th, 2020

Radiology is a dynamic field of medicine that encompasses multiple imaging modalities, including x-ray, MRI, and ultrasound. As an MRI tech, you’ll be taking vital images to help diagnose and treat various medical conditions. Read on to learn more about the benefits of and how to become an MRI tech. What Are MRIs and How [&hellip

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The Benefits of Pharmacy Techs & Clerk Jobs and How to Get Started

Posted By:   Posted On: June 6th, 2020

If you enjoy helping customers in a fast-paced environment and are interested in working in the medical field, then becoming a pharmacy tech or clerk might be the right fit for you. Pharmacy techs and clerks also do not have as many requirements or years of experience required, like many other positions in the medical [&hellip

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Healthcare Job Demand as AZ Elective Surgeries Open Back Up

Posted By:   Posted On: May 13th, 2020

As Arizona starts to open back up for elective surgeries, select healthcare jobs are coming back into demand. Many of the surgeries that were deemed technically elective can have an impact on patient’s lives if not treated within a reasonable timeframe, which varies greatly depending on the procedure needed and the pain level of the [&hellip

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The Demand for Remote Medical Billing and Coding Jobs Is Rising: Here’s How to Get Hired.

Posted By:   Posted On: April 16th, 2020

Medical facilities are always in need of qualified workers on their revenue cycle management team, and right now, more companies than ever are looking to employ remote workers. If you’re looking for an at-home position in the healthcare industry, consider medical billing and coding. Check out our tips on how to get a medical billing [&hellip

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Looking for a Senior Healthcare Position? Use an Agency. Here’s Why.

Posted By:   Posted On: March 12th, 2020

Are you looking to move up and get employed in a senior-level healthcare position? While your first inclination might be to try to work with your employer directly, your best avenue for landing a director or management position is to use a healthcare employment agency. While there are many job boards for entry and mid-level [&hellip

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Tips for Getting a Per Diem Nursing Job

Posted By:   Posted On: February 26th, 2020

If you’re a new nurse or looking to pick up some extra hours, you might consider per diem nursing jobs. Per diem nursing jobs can also be an excellent way to find out which facility is best for you if you’ve moved to a new city. Read on to learn more about what per diem [&hellip

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Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Nurse: Career Guide

Posted By:   Posted On: January 23rd, 2020

Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Nurses are one of many Registered Nurses that work in the medical field. These special RNs take care of patients who have gone under anesthesia, providing postoperative care and checking their vitals to ensure they wake up safely. Also called Recovery Room Nurses, or Perianesthesia Nurses, PACU Nurses are generally the first person [&hellip

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How to Get Started Working as an Operating Room Nurse

Posted By:   Posted On: December 12th, 2019

When it comes to providing quality care to patients before, during, and after surgery, Operating Room (OR) Nurses have their time to shine. Often called Perioperative Nurses, these individuals are in charge of patients that are scheduled for surgery, and also act as an intermediary for the patient’s family during operation. Because OR Nurses are [&hellip

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