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As an integral part of the dental healthcare team, an administrative dental assistant is responsible for managing the daily operations of the dental office while providing a caring environment for patients. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the dental office and the role of the administrative dental assistant. Students will learn how to manage patient records, maintain office inventory, conduct scheduling and recall functions, submit and manage patient insurance claims, and utilize technology to ensure a well-structured administrative system. Upon completion of this course, students will be fully prepared to become vital members of the dental healthcare team. Details

160002

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,595.00

Location : Online

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Administrative Medical Assisting is one of the fastest growing careers in the health care industry today. The need for professionals that understand how to utilize computerized medical office software and perform administrative office procedures is growing substantially. Physician practices, hospitals, chiropractic practices, and other health care providers all depend on administrative professionals for day-to-day-support. In the Administrative Medical Assistant course you will learn medical terminology, patient confidentiality, scheduling, customer service, basic patient documentation, and basic billing as well as other administrative duties required by front office personnel.  Details

160013

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,645.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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Administrative Medical Assisting is one of the fastest growing careers in the health care industry today. The need for professionals that understand how to utilize computerized medical office software and perform administrative office procedures is growing substantially. Physician practices, hospitals, chiropractic practices, and other health care providers all depend on administrative professionals for day-to-day-support. In the Administrative Medical Assistant course you will learn medical terminology, patient confidentiality, scheduling, customer service, basic patient documentation, and basic billing as well as other administrative duties required by front office personnel.  Details

160031

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $2,655.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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In this course we will discuss the stages of child and adolescent development, the features of each stage, and principles of growth, learning, and parenting. Details

160026

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,225.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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Aromatherapy uses plant materials and aromatic plant oils, including essential oils, and other aroma compounds for the purpose of altering one's mood, cognitive, psychological or physical well-being. It can be offered as a complementary therapy or, more controversially, as form of alternative medicine. In this course we will discuss and become familiar with the principles of aromatherapy, the benefits of aromatherapy, the items and techniques used in aromatherapy, and the fundamentals of the aromatherapy business. Details

160023

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,025.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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The healthcare system relies heavily on the use of computers to manage patient information and administer consistent and appropriate care. Therefore, the healthcare professional must have a solid understanding of computer basics when working in any healthcare setting. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the different computer suystems and operations that are used in the healthcare setting, including hardware and software applications. Students will learn how to use word processing, presentation, spreadsheet, and database software to manage daily office operations. In addition, students will become familiar with the internet and technology assisted communication, as well as the guidelines surrounding information access, use and privacy. Upon completion of this course, students will be fully prepared to utilize computer technology to perform administrative and patient care functions in a healthcare setting. Details

160021

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,275.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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With the move to electronic medical records and other computer-based health information systems, medical offices and healthcare agencies are in need of administrative professionals who can navigate these complex systems. This course will prepare students to become Certified Electronic Health Records Specialists and join the growing ranks of this new allied health field. This course will provide a comprehensive education in all aspects of electronic health records, including implementing electronic systems, managing systems, troubleshooting, entering and retrieving patient information, maintaining patient confidentiality, and other topics associated with electronic health records and computer-based health information systems. Through a variety of learning activities, including practice in a simulated electronic records system, students will learn the skills necessary to become an Electronic Health Records Specialist. With the Medical Billing program, you will gain the skills you need to enter one of the fastest-growing fields in allied health as a medical billing specialist. In this program, you will gain hands-on, practical experience working with the main coding manuals in the field, the ICD-9-CM and the CPT. In addition; you will be introduced to the new ICD-10-CM diagnosis coding system. You will also master the legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts that are central to this field.  Details

160014

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $2,799.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician covers a wide range of medical terminology. Also covered are health data requirements and standards, clinical classification and coding systems, as well database security and management practices required for electronic health records systems. The CompTIA Healthcare IT Professional certification is U.S. specific and targets IT professionals working in the healthcare world. The exam is not intended for medical staff, such as nurses, doctors, medical assistants and front-office staff. Details

160033

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,495.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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As a member of the dental care team, Dental Assistants are responsible for helping prepare patients for dental procedures, and often assist with the procedures themselves. Depending on the type of dental office, the dental assistant may even be involved in laboratory or surgical procedures. However, regardless of the specialty, the dental assistant is responsible for providing direct patient care while working alongside the dentist. This course will provide you with the information and skills necessary to serve in this capacity. You will learn how to prepare patients for treatment, including taking X-rays and preparing the necessary equipment for each procedure. You will also learn about the various dental specialties and the specific responsibilities of the dental assistant in each area of specialization. Details

160004

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,595.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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While much is now known about HIV infection, its direct and indirect effects continue to challenge patients, families, communities, and caregivers. A new generation of health care providers is now needed to provide care for persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH). Unlike earlier professional caregivers who had limited treatment options and primarily provided care for those dying from AIDS, the new generation of caregivers must understand HIV/AIDS as a chronic condition that PLWH may live with for several decades. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of HIV and AIDS, and it will cover topics ranging from the history of HIV, transmission, prevention, patient management, and working with special populations. When a student completes this course, the student will have a thorough understanding of the needs of patients living with HIV/AIDS and will be better equipped to provide care for those infected with the virus. Details

160016

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,599.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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Home Health Aides work directly with individuals in their homes to provide assistance with daily living and self-care tasks. Home health aides help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired. They often help older adults who need assistance. In some states, home health aides may be able to give a client medication or check the client's vital signs under the direction of a nurse or other healthcare practitioner. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the Home Health Aide profession through the use of theoretical and practical applications. Students will learn about the medical and social needs of home health care clients, as well as the nutrition, personal care, cleaning, and infection control tasks required of Home Health Aides. Upon completion of this course, students will be fully prepared to begin working with clients in their homes. In addition, this course will provide an initial educational foundation for students preparing to take state licensing or certification exams. However, since the requirements for each state differ, students will have to conduct their own research to determine state-specific certification requirements. Depending on the state requirements, the student may need to complete additional coursework or additional licensing requirements (e.g. externship or other work experience) beyond the completion of this course. Details

160020

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $1,425.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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Home Health Aides work directly with individuals in their homes to provide assistance with daily living and self-care tasks. Home health aides help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired. They often help older adults who need assistance. In some states, home health aides may be able to give a client medication or check the client's vital signs under the direction of a nurse or other healthcare practitioner. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the Home Health Aide profession through the use of theoretical and practical applications. Students will learn about the medical and social needs of home health care clients, as well as the nutrition, personal care, cleaning, and infection control tasks required of Home Health Aides. Upon completion of this course, students will be fully prepared to begin working with clients in their homes. In addition, this course will provide an initial educational foundation for students preparing to take state licensing or certification exams. However, since the requirements for each state differ, students will have to conduct their own research to determine state-specific certification requirements. Depending on the state requirements, the student may need to complete additional coursework or additional licensing requirements (e.g. externship or other work experience) beyond the completion of this course. Details

160029

Start Date: upon registration

Online 24/7 (Dates:Upon Registration)

Self-Paced

Online 24/7

Tuition: $2,495.00

Location : Online

Instructor : Online Class Instructor 



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