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Tuesday, April 7, 2020
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Calculating & Reporting Healthcare Statistics
$299.00 (1 section available)
This 24-hour course introduces the student to the foundational statistics that are collected, analyzed and interpreted in hospitals and healthcare organizations. These statistics are used for quality and performance improvement within individual facilities, for benchmarking across multiple facilities and organizations and for reporting to external regulatory agencies.

Medical Terminology
$299.00 (1 section available)
Medical Terminology introduces students to the language of medicine - a critical skill for any health career professional. In this online class, students will be introduced to word roots, prefixes and suffixes as well as how the words work together to tell the stories important to healthcare. Assignments will include viewing videos, reading assigned chapters, completing assignments (e.g. weekly quizzes), interacting on discussion board assignments and minimal research on applying medical terms.

Nursing Assistant (Clinical)
$600.00 (5 sections available)
This 70-hour Nursing Assistant course is designed around a variety of topics designed to instruct the prospective Nursing Assistant in their role in long-term patient care. Instruction is accomplished through a curriculum approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and is directed at: presenting the role of the Nursing Assistant including legality and promotion of patient rights, external standards, communications, infection control, basic body systems, external standards within the chain of command, effect of aging and disease on body systems, measures to promote independence and rehabilitation, and understanding mental health and social services needs of patients.

Nursing Assistant Theory
$749.00 (5 sections available)
This 98-hour Nursing Assistant course is designed around a variety of topics designed to instruct the prospective Nursing Assistant in their role in long-term patient care. Instruction is accomplished through a curriculum approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and is directed at: presenting the role of the Nursing Assistant including legality and promotion of patient rights, external standards, communications, infection control, basic body systems, external standards within the chain of command, effect of aging and disease on body systems, measures to promote independence and rehabilitation, and understanding mental health and social services needs of patients.

 
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