Allied Health Blog

9 tips to choose the best medical billing and coding software

Shannon Lee | 11-08-2014

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.

Top 10 States for Substance Abuse Counselors: Ranked by AlliedHealthWorld.com

Kristin Marino | 07-08-2014

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.

It's Thyme to Learn About Herbal Medicine

Jamar Ramos | 04-08-2014

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.

6 in-demand health care jobs that pay $50K (or more)

Aimee Hosler | 28-07-2014

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).

Workplace Workouts

Jamar Ramos | 21-07-2014

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.

Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing an Allied Health School

Shannon Lee | 16-07-2014

Choosing the right school can make a huge difference in your future career path. Here are some of the most common mistakes students make when choosing allied health schools and how to avoid them.

Dr. Oz Goes to Washington

Jamar Ramos | 08-07-2014

What happens when the host and guests of a popular TV show make claims about weight loss products that haven't been substantiated by the FDA? Find out what happened when celebrity Dr. Mehmet Oz, friend of Oprah and host of "The Dr. Oz Show," went to Washington.

Is it APPlicable: Privacy Concerns with Mobile Apps

Jamar Ramos | 01-07-2014
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Mobile apps designed to help us gain and maintain health have exploded in the past year or so. They can be a great tool in health management, but what about privacy concerns?

A Discussion with Dr. Caprice Greenberg, Part 2

Jamar Ramos | 24-06-2014
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Dr. Caprice Greenberg is exploring Google Glass to discover how this cutting-edge technology can be used in the operating room. In part 2 of our discussion with Dr. Greenberg, we learn more about her work with Google Glass and other new technologies.

A Discussion with Dr. Caprice Greenberg, Associate Professor of Surgery

Jamar Ramos | 11-06-2014
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Dr. Caprice Greenberg, along with her husband, Dr. Jacob Greenberg, are pioneers in use of Google Glass in surgery. Learn more about Dr. Greenberg's work with Google Glass, along with more about how and why she became a surgeon.

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