Tailor Your Resume to the Job Description

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Job hunting can be very challenging. Many job seekers are unfamiliar with the concept of tailoring a resume to a job description, and others consider it a waste of time to customize a resume. However, it’s important to remember there may be numerous candidates vying for any given job, so tailoring a resume to a… Read more »

How Do You Know When You’re Ready for a New Healthcare Job?

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It’s time to go to work. Sometimes, those words are just the beginning of another workday. Other times, they inspire feelings of dismay or even dread. Is it a rough patch or is it time for a new job? There are a few key signs that will help with answering this question. Time to Go?… Read more »

Today’s Internship Can Pave the Way for Tomorrow’s Job

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In the classroom, surgical tech students learn about the skills they will need for the job. During an internship, the student learns how to put those skills to work. In other words, the internship is an important bridge from the classroom to assisting in the procedure to be sure everything is sterile, runs smoothly, safely… Read more »

Important Preparation Information for ICD-10 Implementation

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October 1, 2015, will bring big changes to healthcare. That day, the ICD-10 coding system will replace ICD-9, which has been in place for decades. The change is required for everyone covered by the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA). The Basics The American Medical Association offers important clarification about ICD-10, beginning with the acronym… Read more »