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Jan
14

GOOD EVENING READERS – GETTING BACK INTO THINGS AND HAVE A NEW PROJECT ONGOING….. THE TITLE IS REMOTE CODING, RN VS CCS – IF YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO TAKE A FEW TESTS, NO MORE THAN AN HOUR OR TWO OF YOUR TIME, PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU ARE A CCS, RHIA OR RHIT WITH YOUR CREDENTIALS AND RECEIVE A $100 PRE-PAID VISA CARD IMMEDIATELY AFTER SUBMISSION OF THE MATERIALS FOR YOUR TIME.  WLL POST MORE LATER ON THIS PROJECT AND THANKS FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION. STEPHANIE

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May
07

This is a guest post by Patricia Walling who is a web content creator with an avid interest in healthcare and nursing.  Patricia can be reached by email at: patwalling85@gmail.com

As a field, nursing has seen an explosion in growth in recent years. The aging of the American population has led the Bureau of Labor and Statistics to predict job growth to increase by 22 percent by 2018, far out-stripping the national average. For many, the good pay and job security (which is even better than that of other popular fields, such as medical transcription) of nursing have made it an ideal career path, and nursing schools have blossomed across the country. However, each Read more…

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Feb
11

          When I went to nursing school (1974) there was no question for me to get through a program as quickly as I could.  My training was done at a hospital in Iowa and I received my diploma in nursing.  It took three years, with summers off.  Today, there are several programs that offer AD (associate degree) in nursing, mostly at community colleges, and it can be competed Read more…

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