Atlanta campuses – CLOSED Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Faculty, Staff, and Students – As you’re all likely aware, most of the metro-Atlanta area is experiencing inclement weather. Governor Deal has even issued a state of emergency for most of the metro-counties. Due to this, we are closing all Atlanta campuses tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Students and faculty – We will review schedules[…]
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Atlanta campuses – night classes cancelled Jan 16, 2018

All – Due to the impending weather, we are cancelling night classes at the Marietta, Sandy Springs, and Lilburn campuses. Makeup will be determined over the course of the next few days. We will determine later if classes will be cancelled for Wednesday, January 17, as the night progresses. Have a good evening everyone!

Massage Therapy Tools of the Trade

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 24 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. Continued growth in the demand for massage services will lead to new openings for massage therapists. After completing a massage therapy diploma program, graduates may[…]
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Computer Information Systems: Big Data and the Internet of Things

Businesses spend trillions of dollars every year on computing and information systems. Banking & Securities companies spend the most on IT followed closely by manufacturing and natural resources, government and communications media services according to Gartner. Companies are looking for data solutions to get a competitive advantage in their industry. This surge is fueled by[…]
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Medical Assistant: Medical Specialty Choices After Graduation

Ready to become a medical assistant but wonder what options you have after graduating from a medical assistant program? Entry-level medical assistants can work towards unique specialties. Regardless of which specialty a medical assistant works in they will be responsible for administrative and clerical duties including answering phones, scheduling appointments, greeting patients, helping to take[…]
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5 Ways for Medical Assistants to Improve their Documentation Skills

Interested in learning more about how medical assistants document patient information in charts and records? There’s a saying in healthcare, and specifically around documentation of records, that if it isn’t written down and recorded, it didn’t happen. Maintaining accurate records is vital so there is a clear account of a case history. This is also[…]
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Skills Taught in a Medical Assistant Program

A medical assistant program focuses training in both front and back office skills.  A few of the skills taught in a medical assistant program include measuring vital signs, patient preparation for medical examination, updating patients’ charts, interaction communications with physicians and other medical professionals, preparing examination rooms, performing triage functions with patients, performing laboratory tests,[…]
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