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healthcare professionals competency testing

Leading the Way in

Healthcare Certification Excellence

Ensuring high quality in healthcare

Surgical Technicians perform various tasks before, during and after surgery. They ensure an infection-free environment during surgery. They also make sure the surgeon's needs during surgery are met to ensure a safe environment for the patient.

EKG Technicicans perform diagnostic tests to assess the patient's heart rhythm and rate. Proper electrode placement on the patient, recording the ECG, preparing the report for the physician, troubleshooting abnormalities with the recording and ensuring patient comfort and safety are some of their responsibilities.

Medical Administrative Assistants perform medical office administrative duties such as scheduling, communicating with healthcare professionals, patients and third party payers, handling medical records, and financial management while maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations.

Pharmacy technicians  help pharmacists in a pharmacy or other medical setting that dispenses prescription medications to individuals. They work directly under a licensed pharmacist and help them fill prescriptions, get refill authorizations from prescribers and several other duties that assist the pharmacist.

Phlebotomy technicians obtain patient specimens. They  perform  venipuncture (blood draw), micro-collection,  specimen processing and handling while maintaining patient safety and confidentiality. 

Medical assistants perform various clinical and/or administrative duties.  Their duties include direct patient care and preparation, ECG, phlebotomy, and pharmacology. They may also perform administrative duties such as scheduling appointments, maintaining patient records, bookkeeping, and billing and insurance processing.

Sterile Processing Technician Responsibilities include Collecting used and contaminated equipment, instruments, and supplies for sorting, Manually cleaning supplies of contaminants, removing waste matter, Preparing and packing decontaminated supplies for sterilization.

Patient Care Technicians  provide direct patientcare as delegated by the nursing or medical staff. Their responsibilities  may include obtaining patient vital signs and other data, communicating with the healthcare team and patients, assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs), complying with confidentiality requirements, and performing ECGs and phlebotomy tasks.

The Certified Healthcare Educator Certificate is designed for Healthcare Educators who possess knowledge in the specific healthcare area to be taught but need a healthcare teaching credential 

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