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What is a Health Information Technologist?


Managing health information has always been an important role for health care providers. However with the transformation from paper records to electronic health records, and new laws impacting data reporting and reimbursement changes, health information management (HIM) has become a vital role in health care operations. Health Information Technologists helps ensure health information (patient data/

Steps to VA Certification for Veteran Students


Heading back to school can be an overwhelming task for any one, no doubt. Student veterans attending colleges today have even more school responsibilities than those of their traditional classmates. This is mostly due to the fact that many veterans come home eligible for some sort of VA educational benefit. VA educational benefits provide a

To Snack or Not to Snack?


A snack is considered a small amount of food eaten between meals. Americans are snacking at higher rates than ever. According to the USDA’s food surveys of Americans, both the amount of snacking and the caloric density of the snacks has increased since 1977. It is estimated that 84% of adults snack which provides about

I Got a Scholarship! Now What?


Classes have started, you are finding your routine, and many of you may have been fortunate enough to have received a scholarship to help pay for college this year. Congratulations! Now that you are a scholarship recipient, you may wonder what you need to do next. Here are some answers to a few questions you

Internship To Full-Time Job

Scott Schreiner

Scott Schreiner started working as a landscaper after graduating from Brush High School in 1996. College wasn’t in his plans. In 1999, he moved into manufacturing, but then the tech sector took a dive. Scott moved from one manufacturing job to another, sometimes as a temporary contractor, and sometimes being included in company-wide layoffs. College

What is Electro-Mechanical Technology?


Currently several trends in technology and population demographics are  increasing the demand for skilled workers. First, the technical workforce is aging, and will soon begin to retire in large numbers. Replacing these retiring skilled workers is one of the main concerns I hear from employers I meet with regularly. Second, increasing costs of doing business

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