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17 Qualities that Make a Good Medical Billing Specialist

If you've been considering a career in the healthcare industry, want to work with healthcare professionals, and enjoy paperwork involving spreadsheets and calculators, a job as a medical billing specialist might be perfect for you. Medical billing specialists work in all types of healthcare practices from family offices to walk-in clinics to hospitals.

What Is Medical Billing?

Patients at the Center of Care: A Nurse's Guide

Patient-centered care is the foundation of modern nursing practice. It’s an approach that puts medical decision-making in the hands of the person receiving care and as a concept, its implementation is long overdue. Today’s nurses are part of the first generation to fully embrace the belief that a patient’s needs as they define them, not as the medical community sees them, should be at the center of care.

The Vital Role of an Administrative Medical Assistant

Looking to become an administrative medical assistant? Enjoy supporting others and working with colleagues that care about their patients? Administrative medical assistants are in high demand and with the increased life expectancy, the US will need more physicians’ offices and administrative medical assistants to support them.

Administrative Medical Assistants are in High Demand

How to Build an Online Community for Your Small Business

Reaching out to a new or wider customer base is one of the biggest challenges for many small businesses. These days, there are plenty of ways to harness the power of the Internet to promote your brand, share your expertise and attract customers. Here are a few tips from CIO.com for doing just that:

Daymar Graduate Accepted To Law School

Louisville, Ky. — The Online Campus of Daymar College is proud to announce that one of its graduates, Loretta Lynne Brantley of White Plains, Ky., has been accepted by Thomas M. Cooley Law School, which is based in Lansing, Mich. Brantley plans to begin her studies at the law school’s new Tampa, Fla. campus in September.

Brantley is a 2011 graduate of Daymar’s Online Campus, with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice administration. In 2001, she graduated with an associate degree in paralegal studies from Daymar’s Owensboro, Ky. Campus.

Daymar Nursing Program Moves Toward Accreditation

Owensboro, KY - The Daymar College Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program has been notified by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) of qualification for candidacy for accreditation. The achievement marks continued progress toward accreditation for Daymar’s ADN program, which is currently offered at the college’s Owensboro campus.

Make a Difference and Reach Your Goals with Medical Assisting

Today’s healthcare industry is a uniquely fast-paced and specialized work environment. If you have an interest both in the art and science of providing quality healthcare, as well as an interest in a caring profession and completion of administrative tasks medical assisting offers a great balance.

If you choose a medical assisting career, you’ll know this profession won’t keep you stuck at a desk. Instead, you will be an essential team member within a medical office and your hands-on, personalized attention to patients will help them feel confident in the care they receive.

Business Management Career Options

Seemingly endless are the opportunities students have after completing a Bachelor degree in Business Management. This degree provides a broad-based knowledge of the business field placing an emphasis on planning, organizing, decision making, human resource management, operations management and international business.

Business administration: Is it right for you?

If you think the business world is only made up of stiffs wearing suits, think again. Today’s business world is diverse and has opportunities all over the country for determined and hard-working individuals.

What makes a good healthcare administrator

Healthcare Administration is a growing field – according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand is expected to grow by 16% through 2018.

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