Allied Health Blog
Even the most seasoned health care professionals once were new to their careers. Landing your first job in allied health can be stressful, but there are many ways new graduates of vocational schools or community college training programs can quickly assimilate into the health care workforce.
Sleep apnea can lead to many problems, the least of which is a bad night's sleep and an irritated spouse. New health care technology can measure a variety of sleep factors, including sleep apnea.
As people conduct more of their daily lives on their smartphones, it was only a matter of time before they began managing their health on their phones as well. Learn about potentially life-saving health information technology available from your very own smartphone.
From diagnostic imaging and electronic records to nanostructures and telemedicine, technology has brought big changes to the health care field. Here are 5 new ideas set to reshape the industry.
Urgent care facilities can save a patient time and money when compared with the services of a conventional emergency room. Learn what you need to know about urgent care.
Choosing the best medical billing and coding software can help ensure that your practice or organization is on top of the latest requirements. But how do you narrow down the options? Here are a few tips.
Substance abuse counselors have the opportunity to not only make a difference in the lives of others, but in their communities as well. This list demonstrates those opportunities can be found throughout the country.
Herbal medicine is gaining ground as a legitimate way to combat illness and boost health. Learn more about herbal medicine and the health care practitioners who tout its benefits.
Looking for a job that makes a difference and a comfortable salary? Look to health care. Here are six in-demand health care jobs that pay at least $50K on average (plus dividends in good karma).
If it seems nearly impossible to fit fitness into your hectic daily routine, try fitting exercise into your work day and incorporating movement into your schedule.