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How Patient Access Specialists Make for Seamless Visits and Returning Patients

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on June 27, 2022

While the reception workers in any business can make customers feel comfortable and well-oriented, there are few contexts where they are as vital as in the medical world. Patient access specialists work as the first contact with patients visiting a doctor's office or other healthcare settings.

People often come to the doctor with stress or concerns, and the patient access specialist they encounter shapes their experience, calms them down and helps them feel cared for and supported. If you're looking for a role that impacts people and keeps you busy with new tasks every day, a patient access specialist is a fantastic role that can lead to other industry opportunities.

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Topics: Healthcare Operations, High Demand Careers

The Crucial Role of Phlebotomists in Keeping Hospitals Running

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on June 20, 2022

Whether a hospital is in the middle of a significant world health event or working with typical patient volumes, the phlebotomists are one of the many sets of personnel that keep them running smoothly. Phlebotomists take and process blood, which is one of the critical sources of information that helps doctors and their teams to do their work. Too little bloodwork severely restricts diagnoses and treatment. When there aren't enough phlebotomists, these delays in bloodwork can impact the entire hospital, making it harder to treat patients in the ways they need most.

Here are just a few ways in which phlebotomists are part of the life's blood of hospitals.

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Topics: Healthcare Operations, Phlebotomy

Pros and Cons of Becoming a Dental Assistant

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on December 27, 2021

There will always be perks and drawbacks when you choose to pursue a new career, be it for the first time or as you’re switching industries. Any career counselor would tell you to choose a career based on your preferences and aversions. For instance, if you have always struggled with and disliked math, choosing an actuarial or accounting career could make your day-to-day challenging. If you've been holed up with a calculator doing equations for fun throughout your youth, it might be the perfect fit. 

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Topics: Healthcare Operations, dental assisting

Exploring a Day in the Life of a Medical Coder

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on November 16, 2015

Welcome back to our latest blog series where we explore a day in the life of various entry level healthcare careers. If you're considering a job in healthcare, this will be an excellent series to keep up with, offering a broad view for potential entry points into different roles in the industry.

Today's post is the second in our series, and we'll be taking a look at a day in the life of a medical coder.

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Topics: Healthcare, Entry Level Healthcare Careers, Healthcare Operations

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