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Everywhere Katie Patton goes, she receives numerous compliments on her beautiful skin. Her skin looks like that of a porcelain China doll. Envious women inevitably ask her, "How do you get such beautiful skin?"... Read Full Post
_BACKGROUND IN HEALTHCARE, FINANCE, AND REAL ESTATE, PLUS ACTIVE NETWORKING, ARE KEYS TO SUCCESS._ Are you passionate about finance, real estate, _and_ healthcare too? If you are interested in real estate and would like to work in one of the few areas of real estate that has survived the economic downturn, a career in medical real estate may be an option for you. Medical real estate careers involve the development, sale, purchase or brokering of healthcare properties such as hospitals, medical office buildings, clinics, outpatient surgery centers, and specialty hospitals.... Read Full Post
_SHOULD YOU TAKE A SECOND JOB ON THE SIDE?_ Moonlighting is a popular practice among healthcare professionals. Fortunately for healthcare workers, their skills are in great demand. In an economy where many professionals are unable to obtain one job, healthcare professionals are still in such great demand that many are able to secure more than one job, if desired or needed.... Read Full Post
On Memorial Day in America, we remember those who have given their lives in service, protecting the freedom of the United States. Included among those brave Americans are some of the medical professionals who were employed in the various branches of the U.S. Military, providing health care to their fellow service men and women. While medical professionals are often not the ones put in harms way, or on the front lines, sometimes they are needed in dangerous areas, or are involved in accidents or incidents that can be fatal.... Read Full Post
Medical scribes are the way of the future... or are they? This emerging career is experiencing a surge in demand, thanks to increased administrative and clinical workloads on physicians caused by new legislation (ACA, HITECH, etc.) and EMR requirements, as well as an aging population and added documentation and insurance hurdles.... Read Full Post
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, according to Mental Health America. This years theme to promote mental health awareness is _"Mind Your Health."_ Mental Health America aims to "build public recognition about the importance of mental health to overall health and wellness; inform people of the ways that the mind and body interact with each other; and provide tips and tools for taking positive actions to protect mental health and promote whole health."... Read Full Post
Psychiatric nursing, in the field of mental health care, is one of many types of nursing careers from which to choose. Demand is high for psychiatric nurses, but, as with any specialty, do your due diligence before jumping in. Psychiatric nursing has its own set of unique challenges in addition to those seen in med-surge and other nursing careers. Plus, due to the impact and correlation between patients physical and mental health, psychiatric nurses must be well-versed in both physical and psychiatric needs of their patients.... Read Full Post
_MEDICAL LABORATORY PROFESSIONALS WEEK 2014: APRIL 21-25_ Medical laboratory professionals do most of their work behind the scenes. They typically dont work directly with patients, but the results of lab professionals work often determine up to 70 percent of all medical decisions.... Read Full Post