Healthcare Career Articles

Working in the healthcare field the stakes are high but the career is a rewarding one. Right now, Healthcare professionals are in high demand and the need for qualified professionals won’t be slowing down anytime soon. Use the articles below to learn more about a particular specialty or increase your knowledge in your current profession.

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Studying things like cellular meiosis, the nomenclature of carboxylic acids, and the location of the 206 bones in the human body is not exactly a beloved pastime. It's little wonder that the rigor of training for a medical career is a deterrent to entering the field for many. While preparing for a career...[Continue Reading]
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The Affordable Care Act, (ACA), is a health care reform bill that Congress passed into law on June 25, 2010. The major provisions of the law required: everyone to have health insurance, reform of health insurance practices, and low-cost options for people of limited means. As a result, the health care...[Continue Reading]
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With more than 711,000 new jobs set to be created between 2010 and 2020, the nursing industry is expected to enjoy the largest growth of any job sector, according to the Department of Labor. Like any graduate though, nursing school grads can struggle to get their feet in the door. Read on to discover...[Continue Reading]
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While many people think that building a network is only for those currently seeking a job, it never hurts to work on having a strong network of professionals at your disposal. Even if you love your job, you never know when a good network will be beneficial. For instance, you can use your professional...[Continue Reading]
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Dental phobia is real. One study showed that up to 75 percent of Americans have postponed needed dental treatment from fear of drilling or pain. This leads to all kinds of complications, from infections to tooth loss. Many dentists are addressing dental phobia and trying to reach out to people who are...[Continue Reading]
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