Why do they act that way? That is the question all parents of teenagers have asked themselves at one time or another. Understanding those not children, but not yet adult humans that take over the house is no easy feat. They have bad manners, contempt for authority, disrespect for elders, and spend all their time sleeping and playing video games. This course addresses what modern teens face today and delves into physiological and psychological issues that turn our loving kids into surely teenagers.
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.
Accurate Specimen Collection is a micro course that provides an understanding of the correct procedures for specimen collection and documentation. This course gives an overview of each of the correct steps for collecting specimens and completing documentation procedures.
This course is designed to give students the knowledge and understanding necessary to prepare for the ACE Personal Trainer Certification Exam and become effective personal trainers. This course presents the ACE Integrated Fitness Training™ (ACE IFT™) Model as a comprehensive system for designing individualized programs based on each client’s unique health, fitness, and goals. The information covered by this course and the ACE IFT Model will help students learn how to facilitate rapport, adherence, self-efficacy and behavior change in clients, as well as design programs that help clients to improve posture, movement, flexibility, balance, core function, cardiorespiratory fitness, and muscular endurance and strength.
This course is designed to give students the knowledge and understanding necessary to prepare the ACSM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) Certification Exam. ACSM CPTs work with apparently healthy individuals and those with health challenges who are able to exercise independently to enhance quality of life, improve health-related physical fitness and performance, manage health risk, and promote lasting, healthy behavior changes. The CPT is certified to conduct basic pre-participation health screening assessments, submaximal cardiovascular exercise tests, and muscular strength/endurance, flexibility and body composition tests.
This course presents details on the science behind super foods, revealing how food can increase your overall performance. By completing this course, you will learn how to shop for the best foods; understand which foods to avoid; the science behind organic foods; and the best super foods to buy on a budget. Based on the latest research, this course covers the legitimate effect food has on performance, colds/flus, chronic disease, memory loss, cancer, and a lot more as well as the antibacterial and home remedy properties of super foods. In addition, the latest food and health trends are covered, helping you to sort fact from fiction.
Conventional medical approaches are often complemented by therapies that are referred to as alternative medicine. Many forms of alternative medicines have found their way into the mainstream of the medical community and are used to treat disorders, relieve symptoms and improve quality of life, especially through pain management. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), a government agency, continues (along with other reputable entities) to conduct scientific studies focusing on the safety and effectiveness of alternative therapies. Healthcare professionals should be aware of the various forms of complementary and alternative medicines and gather information from the patient about any alternative therapies being used.
Applying Medico-Legal Principles to Protected Health Information is a micro course that explores the requirements for applying medico-legal principles when working with protected health information. In this mini course we will discuss the HIPAA Privacy Rule, patient information, and the different types of records. Learners will navigate through the training material before completing several short activities to test their retention of the information.
Medical Coding is one of the most desired fields, offering the freedom to work at your own pace in your choice of environments. Medical coders review patient notes, evaluate physician's codes, and often research to assign accurate codes. As an invaluable part of any healthcare team, medical coders essentially ensure that physicians and healthcare facilities are compensated for their services. This course will provide an in depth look at the world of being a medical coder. The course will explore two of the largest industry certification providers, AHIMA and AAPC, and take a look at the different certifications available. With the interactive activities and quiz, this course will allow you to determine if stepping into the world of Medical Coding is right for you!
Cardiac Arrhythmias is a micro course that explores the most common cardiac arrhythmias. In this course, learners will discuss arrhythmia and the different types. Learners will navigate through the training material before completing several short activities to test their retention of the information.
Cardiac Medications is a micro course that explores the most commonly used cardiac drugs. In this course, learners will discuss the commonly used cardiac drugs and their functions. Learners will navigate through the training material before completing several short activities to test their retention of the information.
Excellent customer service is not just a courtesy in the medical field; it’s a patient’s right. No one wants to visit a crass, rude, and off-putting doctor. Poor customer service can even discourage patients from seeking necessary treatments because they feel uncomfortable or uneasy in the care facility. When you make patients feel welcomed, even with something as simple as offering a smile, they will feel more comfortable, even during an uncomfortable visit. Suppose your patient Richard is diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Instead of taking your word, he may want to see the test results or get a second opinion before starting treatment. As his care provider, you need to uphold his right to see the paperwork confirming the diagnosis before moving on to establish a care plan.