Frontline and nonclinical healthcare jobs like medical assistant, medical records technician, and patient navigator are growing dramatically in both number and complexity in the wake of the baby boom retirement, Affordable Care Act, and information technology advances, according to a new research report by the Workforce Strategies team at College for America.
Register below to view a webinar on this topic including a 30 minute presentation and 30 minutes of Q&A with healthcare HR leaders, hosted by Julian L. Alssid and Melissa Goldberg from College for America’s workforce strategies team and MJ Ryan, Workforce Development Director for Partners HealthCare, a not-for-profit integrated health system including community and specialty hospitals, academic medical centers, a managed care organization, a physician network, community health centers, home care and other related services.
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To read more about this subject, download our recent report “Rise of the Medical Assistant - and five other frontline and nonclinical healthcare jobs that are growing in number, complexity, and importance”.
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