Articles by 'Manhattan Institute'

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Medical Billing & Coding

Things are changing in medical billing, and even if you are planning to become a medical biller, you may not be completely up-to-date on certain new trends. These 4 medical billing industry statistics shed light on the changes taking place in the medical billing industry today. Read on to learn what they are.... read more.

  • October 12, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

Need a stellar patient care technician resume so you can land your dream job? Read on to learn 3 patient care technician resume tips that will move your resume straight to the top of the stack.... read more.

  • September 28, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomists are best known for the time they spend drawing blood, and the importance of this skill cannot be overstated. Being able to draw blood safely and efficiently, even from difficult patients, is the most important part of a phlebotomist’s job. But what else do they do? Read on to learn phlebotomist job duties beyond drawing blood.... read more.

  • September 14, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technicians are in high demand, and there are many different career opportunities out there. However, finding the right opportunity to suit you can sometimes be difficult. Read on to learn all about pharmacy technician career opportunities and how you can find the right one for your career.... read more.

  • September 05, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

Studying may not be the most interesting topic to read about, but using effective study techniques can make a huge difference in how quickly you learn and how well you retain what you’ve learned. These are both critical elements of education, especially if you plan to work in healthcare, where your knowledge and skills directly affect other people’s health and well-being. Read on to learn popular study techniques for medical students.... read more.

  • August 28, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Pharmacy Technician, Students

So, you’ve landed your first pharmacy technician interview. Now it’s time to prepare! We’ve compiled our best advice for what to wear, how to prepare, and how to act to optimize your chances of landing the job! Read on to learn how to prepare for a pharmacy technician interview.... read more.

  • August 23, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Medical Billing & Coding

Medical coders and billers have many responsibilities, but thankfully technology has made one of the most cumbersome parts of their jobs a lot easier. Long gone are the days of using piles of books for medical billing and coding. With advances in technology, medical billing and coding softwares have greatly improved. Read on to learn more about the technology used in medical billing and coding.... read more.

  • August 14, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

If you are starting a new healthcare job in a hospital, remember that proper hygiene practices are important. There can be a lot to consider depending on where you work, which is why we created this guide for safe and hygienic practices in hospitals. Read on to be sure you’re fully prepared for your job.... read more.

  • July 25, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in EKG Technician

You’ve completed your EKG technician training course, and now you’re ready to start a career as an EKG technician. Are you curious about what exactly you’ll be doing? Read on to learn all about entry level EKG technician responsibilities.... read more.

  • July 06, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in CNA

We’ve already mentioned that where you are working plays a big role in the types of tasks you will perform as a CNA, but it can also impact your CNA work schedule. With a multitude of scheduling options available across different workplaces, it can be difficult to pinpoint a typical CNA work schedule. Still, there are a few guidelines that will help you understand what your work schedule will be like as a CNA.... read more.

  • June 28, 2018