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How can i obtain this job? by training? by school? hmm.. i really need to know:) please2x.. thank you so much. and a lil bit description about this job will help also.. will be much appreciated fo...
1 answers - Asked By: Iam - 4/7/2013
I am an incoming college student, im planning to take a rad tech course but i found about this Health Info. Technicians , so i really need to know if is it possible for me to be a Medical Records or ...
1 answers - Asked By: Iam - 3/6/2013
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Is this a good thing to get into or would I be better off looking for something else? I don't expect a huge paycheck. I'm just wondering if I went to school for it if I could get a job...
2 answers - Asked By: Missa - 6/22/2007
How can you work from home in this occupation?
1 answers - Asked By: Nicole - 12/11/2012
I am ready to take an online course for medical coding and was wondering what is the average wage a person earns when first starting out and if raises are standard?
1 answers - Asked By: tippysock - 2/12/2007
I have a degree in Journalism. I work in banking currently doing Risk. I would like to obtain a career in Healthcare. Not specifically dealing directly with patients, but something related to the busi...
2 answers - Asked By: shanell - 9/23/2008
2 answers - Asked By: ANDRE D - 5/24/2012
1 answers - Asked By: rachelrezalopez - 3/10/2006
I want to get certified in Medical Billing....... but a lot of jobs in that want someone with over 2 years of experience. Should I just not go for it?
2 answers - Asked By: Amanda - 9/3/2013
I heard somebody say that Hospitals "don't outsource Medical Billing/Coding jobs" and use voice recognition software. The BLS Government Website sais that: "Employment of medical records and hea...
4 answers - Asked By: Bifrost - 7/17/2013
3 answers - Asked By: MJJ4Eva - 4/17/2009
What do Mental Health Technicians do? Where do they work? What level of education is required? Any information you have would be helpful.
1 answers - Asked By: ~ apathetic - 12/28/2011
I mean besides doctors and nurses. More along the lines of speech therapists. Any thoughts?
3 answers - Asked By: bluebird88 - 6/13/2009
2 answers - Asked By: Jnicole018 - 8/12/2008
What jobs could pulled in with a degree? Is it a good idea to take this course? Suggestions?
2 answers - Asked By: Bryan - 4/3/2011
Is it hard? What does it involve? What kind of environment would I be in once I start doing that? Thank you!
2 answers - Asked By: Just me - 6/17/2011
Careers such as medical records clerk, medical billing/coding, registered health information technician/administrator..they suppose to pay really good and be in high demand but from what I have resear...
1 answers - Asked By: sunny22 - 6/20/2010
What is the job market like for people with an HIT degree, I'm referring to an Associates degree. Is it a good profession for people over 50?
1 answers - Asked By: Susan Hudson - 7/3/2013
I am doing my homework and I feel a little odd walking into a Rite Aid and asking someone questions about their job. I imagine they'd just get p****d off. I basically need someone who is a Pharmac...
1 answers - Asked By: Aimee - 9/28/2012
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