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The amount of knowledge that many allied health professionals must absorb can be staggering--not  to mention the variety of life-or-death skills they must master as well.

These people rarely receive the level of recognition they deserve; not only for their day-to-day commitments, but for the amount of knowledge they must absorb, retain, and apply as the technologies move ahead.

Yet there are other people in the allied health professions that we rarely encounter, or at least are involved in activities that rarely require direct physical contact with patients. These would include the administrators, and skilled technicians who handle medical records, transcription, and insurance billing and coding. The work these people is represented here as well. (It has been interesting to encounter so many people who have a compelling interest in the medical profession, yet have no desire for direct contact with patients).

Core Studies

  • Math & Science
  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Medical Terminology

Nursing and Medical Assisting

Anatomy & Physiology

Allied Health Technologies

  • Dental Technology
  • Pharmacy Technolog
  • Radiologic Technology
  • Clinical Lab Technology

Medical Office: Records and Administration

  • Medical Office Administration
  • Medical Records
  • Medical Insurance Billing & Coding
  • Medical Transcription

Health and Human Performance

  • Human Health
  • Nutrition
  • Fitness and Wellness
  • Holistic Health
  • Sports Training
  • Survival

Health Administration and Management

Medical Law & Ethics

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David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015