Factors Involved in Venipuncture is a micro course that provides an understanding of the factors involved in venipuncture or skin puncture site selection. This course gives an overview of adequate and inadequate veins for phlebotomy.
Venous Anatomy is a micro course that provides an understanding of the venous anatomy, veins and skin surfaces on which phlebotomy can be performed. This course gives an overview of phlebotomy performance and the anatomy used by phlebotomist.
Legal Issues is a micro course that provides an understanding of the legal issues related to phlebotomy. This course gives an overview of the rules, regulations, and standards a phlebotomist must adhere to.
Accurate Medical Coding and Insurance Forms is a micro course that explores how to accurately code diagnoses and procedures for a medical office and prepare insurance billing forms using the CPT and ICD-10-CM coding systems. In this mini course we will discuss the translation of medical information into proper codes and the importance of accurate coding. Learners will navigate through the training material before completing several short activities to test their retention of the information.
This course delves more deeply into nutrition and disease prevention. Master the tools needed to provide educated answers on how to stay healthy, become healthier, reduce the risk of chronic disease, prevent disease, and improve the overall well-being of your clients or yourself. Students will: learn how to navigate through the media's mixed messages on nutrition and diets, effectively interpret nutrition news, and understand critical information on the truth behind vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a government agency inside the United States Department of Labor. The agency was established to enforce safe and healthful working conditions for working professionals by creating and enforcing standards. Our OSHA Compliance Infection Control Training course teaches how to comply with scientifically accepted principles and practices of infection control and to monitor compliance with OSHA's and the CDC's recommendations concerning disease transmission in healthcare settings.
This course provides an overview of the EENT (Ear, Eye, Nose, and Throat) specialist office and the role of healthcare professionals in related procedures and treatments. Healthcare professionals must understand the anatomy and physiology of the ear, eye, nose, and throat and the common diseases and disorders as well as the diagnostic procedures they may assist with in the office.
Healthcare professionals may choose to work in endocrinology offices assisting a specialist in this area, called an endocrinologist. This course provides an overview of the endocrine system glands and hormones as well as some of the common diseases and disorders related to this system. It is important to have a basic understanding of this body system and the related disorders in order to effectively assist the patient and physician.
This course provides an overview of the digestive system anatomy and physiology and examines several diseases and disorders of the gastrointestinal system. An understanding of basic anatomical and physiological concepts and the needs of patients with gastrointestinal disorders will enable you to assist the physician in diagnostic procedures and in administering medications.
This course provides an overview of special needs of senior individuals involved with the physical, social, psychological, nutritional, and economic aspects of aging. As a healthcare professional, it is important to be aware of the various changes associated with aging and to assist patients in meeting needs and maintaining a high quality and healthy lifestyle.
This course provides an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the immune system and its common disorders. Most procedures and diagnostic testing takes place in an immunologist’s office.
This course provides an overview of psychology and psychiatry, two medical specialties that focus on the treatment of mental health disorders. Additionally, practitioners in all medical specialty areas will interact with patients with mental health disorders. As with other medical specialties, professionals in psychology and psychiatry practices measure patient vitals, assist patients in completing medical information forms, schedule appointments, and obtain pre-certification. Professionals may also obtain specimens for testing in some cases. It is essential for medical staff working in mental health specialty areas to have a basic understanding of the related diseases and disorders and diagnostic procedures.