Considering a career in Healthcare after transitioning out of the military? Great! But first, there are a few things you should do before taking that giant step out of the military. Remember there are transition assistance programs available to you, but the ultimate responsibility for a successful transition rests with you and your family.
Here are a few things you can do to help make your transition a success:
What is Medical Billing?
Medical billing specialists are the health care professionals responsible for processing patient data such as treatment records and related insurance information. Medical insurance billers and coders are tasked with coding a patient's diagnosis along with a request for payments from the patient's insurance company.
The healthcare industry is highly dependent on skilled and qualified medical insurance billers to accurately record, register and keep track of each patient's account.
Many military spouses have careers in Healthcare because of the portability of the jobs.
It is important to look into licensing and certification requirements for your new location ahead of time as some states offer licensing and certification reciprocity, but most do not.
So what’s all the hype with positive thinking?
It is proven that positive thinking affects our lives, both personal and professional. Positive thinking has a huge impact on you and your career. And what makes you happy at work, will most likely affect you at home!
Have you read reasons 1 and 2 yet? Make sure you do before moving forward…
This month on the blog we will explore different careers in Healthcare, by learning about some of the top "In-Demand" careers and how you can obtain the training needed.
Healthcare is the fastest growing job sector in the workforce. If you enjoy helping others and want to help make a difference, then the healthcare field could be for you!
Not only is this field portable, but one of the most secure career choices out there. Here’s why healthcare is a great choice:
1. Job Growth...
I think this is one of the most common misconceptions about online learning.
Don’t make the mistake of choosing an online course or class simply because you think it will be easier than a traditional class. The truth is that students in which have taken both traditional and online classes have said that they are surprised at just how challenging online classes are.
Last week, we introduced step 1 on how positive thinking helps your career.
If you haven't yet noticed it, positive thinking affects our lives, both personal and professional. Positive thinking has a huge impact on you and your career.
What can you continue to do in order to rid negative thoughts and make more room for the positive?
In the meantime, here is the next reason...
Are you well organized? Do you like working with official papers and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly? If so, Professional Bookkeeping could be the career for you!
Every business, no matter how large or small, must "keep books" and as organizations increase and financial regulations become stricter, there is a greater demand for Certified Professional Bookkeepers.
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We are celebrating positive thinking and how it affects our lives, both personal and professional. Positive thinking has a huge impact on you and your career.
Think of some ways you can cut out the negative to make more room for positive. How about moving away from negative talk or cutting out the work gossip? You will be amazed at just how much stress you can wipe out of your life by being positive.
For the next few weeks, we will share 12 sure ways that postive thinking helps your life.
Did you know that employment of motorcycle mechanics is expected to grow 24% percent by 2020?
The demand for motorcycle repair services is growing in response to the increased number of registered motorcycles over recent years. This trend is expected to continue, leading to new job opportunities for motorcycle mechanics. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, motorcycle mechanics specialize in working on motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, dirt bikes, and all-terrain vehicles.
Motorcycle mechanics typically do the following: