Other Health Career Courses
NERB/CDCA Review in Local Anesthesia
The lecture only class will provide the registered dental hygienist who is preparing for local anesthesia certification an overview of NERB/CDCA exam content material. Topics covered include neurophysiology, anatomy relevant to pain control, local anesthesia agents, armamentarium and infection control, recognizing and treating local and systemic complications, dosage calculations, and treatment planning of injection techniques. Please note that NERB is now called Commission for Dental Certification Assessment (CDCA. org) (4 hours) $99
11/07 9:00am - 1:00pm Saturday L NOVEMBER-RIDER
CAR 752 80 16120 LT 215
Certified Healthcare Access Associate (CHAA) Exam Prep
This fast-paced exam prep course is designed for the healthcare employee working in a patient access setting. This patient access exam prep class will prepare you to sit for the Certified Healthcare Access Associate (CHAA) Exam through the National Association for Healthcare Access Management (NAHAM). This is a nationally recognized credential for the patient access field. Pre-Req: Participants must have 1 year + work experience in a healthcare setting such as admissions, registration, financial counseling, pre-certification, physician relations, guest relations, information, telecommunications, scheduling. Class topics include: Revenue Cycle; Healthcare Reimbursement/Government Regulations; Customer Relations; Exam Preparation. Students will be provided with sample exam questions. Exam fee and registration through NAHAM is a separate fee. Exam dates TBA. Participants must register with NAHAM by November 25 to sit for a January exam date. For exam eligibility requirements visit NAHAM at http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.naham.org/resource/resmgr/Certification/NAHAM_Candidate_Guide_to_Cer.pdf (12.5 hours) $239
10/06 - 11/03 6:00pm - 8:30pm T L HUNT
HLT 734 80 14830 LC 208
Local Anesthesia Refresher Course: Hands-On Review
If you are a RDH with a Permit L, or would like to have faculty oversee your technique, this class is for you. We will review maxillary and mandibular nerve blocks. Specific injection techniques will be determined by participants. The goal of this course is to become more comfortable with injection techniques that you have already learned, or to troubleshoot any barriers you have encountered. This course will include four hours clinical and a two-hour lecture.
Lead Instructor: Debra November-Rider, RDH, MSDH
Course Date: Saturday, April 9, 2016. Lowell Campus. Lowell Talbot Building. 44 Middle Street, Lowell, MA
Tuition: $279. 6 CEUs awarded upon successful completion
Enrollment: Call 1-800-818-3434 to enroll between February 1 - March 15, 2016. Course Number CAR 753-80.
See below for form requirements.
Required Forms: In order to participate you must have your Permit L or passed a certification course and sit as a patient for this hands-on course. Please submit the following forms/copies: RDH license, CPR certification, Permit L or proof of certification course, medical history, consent form. Memo of Understanding is not required.
To download forms: www.middlesex.mass.edu/dhla
Please fax or email forms to fax # 781-280-3812 or e-mail email@example.com no later than March 15.
Note: This course does not meet the requirements for a recertification course. Questions call 781-280-3570.
Pharmacy Technician ONLINE # GES 117
This program will prepare you for entry-level pharmacy technician positions by teaching you medical and pharmaceutical terminology, basic anatomy related to the pharmacology of medications, and pharmaceutical calculations. This program provides hands-on practice in retail pharmacy procedures through an online lab module. You'll learn what information is necessary to process prescriptions and physician orders and apply that knowledge to fill mock prescriptions. The curriculum also includes the ethics of pharmacy practice and education about prescription medications, patient care and interaction, and charges and reimbursement. You'll learn everything you need to know to sit for the National Certification Exam offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board. However, you'll need to make sure that the Pharmacy Technician Program will meet your state's requirements. To check, visit your state's Board of Pharmacy site for more information. You can access this information directly from the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Web site at www.ptcb.org. As a part of the Pharmacy Technician Online Certification Training Program, students are required to complete a Virtual Externship. 330 hours. $1,995. To enroll or for more info, call 877-221-5151. Not eligible for tuition waivers.
Veterinary Assistant ONLINE # GES 118
This online program will prepare you to become a productive member of a veterinary team. You'll learn about every aspect of veterinary assisting, including anatomy and physiology, animal restraint, laboratory sample collection, assisting in surgery and dentistry, prescription preparation, and taking radiographs. You’ll also learn how to interact professionally with clients and gain the expertise you need to educate them about key topics in pet care, such as nutrition, vaccinations, and administering medication. This program is designed for people who want to work at a veterinary hospital and those who are already employed in positions in which they look after animals. 170 hours $1,995. To enroll or questions for MCC, call 877-221-5151. Not eligible for tuition waivers.
Medical Billing and Coding with Medical Terminology ONLINE # GES 124
This program that will prepare you to take your place in the rewarding field of healthcare. Medicine is more than patient care— it is also a business. Medical practices rely on medical billers and coders to provide the cash flow that keeps their doors open. Positions are also available with ambulatory care centers, medical equipment suppliers, insurance companies, public health agencies, consulting firms, and medical billing companies. You will learn to function as an important member of the healthcare team by providing key skills such as abstracting from medical records, assigning codes to diagnoses and procedures using the ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS Level II code books, developing insurance claims according to third-party guidelines, and understanding the legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts that are vital to this field. You will learn important terminology and study the disorders and medical procedures common to each body system. Upon completion of this program, you will be ready to take the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam, offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA), and will receive the study guide materials, access to practice exams, and the registration fees. You will also be prepared to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam, offered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). 300 hours. $1,995. To enroll or for more info, call 877-221-5151. Not eligible for tuition waivers.
Physical Therapy Aide ONLINE # GES 125
In this program, you will master all the skills you need to begin a career as a physical therapy aide. You will learn what physical therapy entails, identify the responsibilities of a PT aide, and develop a working knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology. In addition, you will get a solid grounding in patient care skills, infection control, and the legal and ethical regulations that affect healthcare providers. By the end of the program, you will be fully prepared to obtain an entry-level position as a PT aide in a healthcare facility. ONLINE. 150 hours. $1,895. To enroll or for more info, call 877-221-5151. Not eligible for tuition waivers.
Optician Certification Training ONLINE # GES 126
Opticians are in high demand in the job market, and the need for eye care professionals is constantly expanding. In this program, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge you need to obtain an entry-level job as an optician while you prepare yourself to achieve American Board of Optician (ABO) certification —a certification that’s required by many states and is a stepping stone to career advancement. You’ll master the mathematical formulas that opticians need to know, discover how to read prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, explore the basics of eyewear styles and materials, become familiar with the equipment opticians use, learn about prisms and lens types, and gain an understanding of eye anatomy and eye diseases. By the time you complete this program, you’ll be fully prepared to begin a career as an optician