|Related to : NHA Certifications vs. AAPC Certifications|
|NHA Certifications vs. AAPC Certifications|
Many careers in the health care industry involve highly technical,
hands-on work that requires specialized training. A wide range of
professional certification programs are available to help healh care
professionals develop knowledge and expertise specific to their
fields. The National Healthcareer Association (NHA) and the American
Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) are two organizations offering
these types of certifications. Types of CertificationThe NHA offers
certifications for 10 health-related professions: pharmacy
technicians, phlebotomy technicians, clinical medical assistants,
electrocardiograph technicians, operating room surgical technicians,
patient care technicians, medic
|Difference Between AHIMA & AAPC Certifications|
Both the American Health Information Management Association, or AHIMA,
and the American Academy of Professional Coders, or AAPC, provide
education, student training, networking and job opportunities to those
who are pursuing careers as physician-based medical coders or other
medical professionals. However, the main difference between AHIMA and
AAPC is that there are different types of credentials and
organizational structures in regards to these medical associations'
certification programs. Types of Credentials for AHIMA
CertificationThis renowned medical information association offers
certification programs in Health Information Management, Medical
Coding, Health Data Analysis and Health
|Certifications? :- -|
After a few years of debating with myself, I've decided to get my cert
for Database Administration. I went to Techskills after my friend
told me about it, and discovered that I needed to have a Linux+ Cert
to get my SQL Cert, to get my MSITP-DBA Cert. Now, I can understand
SQL or Oracle, but Linux? Really?
Now, the reason I'm saying
this is to vent a little I guess. But now I am curious, is anyone
else here certified and for what?
|Certifications :- -|
Hey ppl i am new to this LINUX world and wish to persuade
Certification provided by giant linux vendors like Redhat and Novell,
the thing is i need to practise well to get these certification can u
ppl suggest which is the best RPM based distro. And can a person
install RedHat linux and work with it? Will REDHAT sue him for using
it without authorization? Please get me your suggestions.
I was just wondering, what value is there to getting various
certifications? Right now I'm planning on graduating with my Computer
Science degree next fall. I plan on taking the Network+ certification
test simply due to the fact that most of what's on it has already been
covered in my Networks class that I'm currently taking. Is there any
need for me to go out and pay thousands of extra dollars in order to
have a few more certifications when I graduate?
feel like certifications would probably just be used as tie breakers
when employers are trying to decide which person to hire. Are there
any that are a must have?
|certifications !! ::.|
i've gotten the RHCT and will be getting the RHCE at the end of this
year, and got them through a college in my area. I would like to get
different ones along with it, though i dont have time to take all
those classes. I was wondering if anyone had some suggestions for
books or preferably free websites where i can learn everything i need
to be able to take the tests. by far the first choice i have is the
CCNA (i have some education with this, as i've taken some classes, but
dont want to wait till next year to take more), the A+ (my least
wanted, but apperently most needed since employers feel that a
multiple choice test will be able to verify i can put a computer
together ... right) network+
I was wondering if there are any sites out there that I can
get certified for internet languages.
I am working on something at
the moment (I guess you'll see it when it's done! :)) but I need
more.. "certifications". Anything! More heads is better than
"John smith is certified..."
Serious, stupid, funny, whatever...
- the worst driver
- biggest forumwhore
- worst kisser
- most frequent masturbator
- most supportive
get the idea? Help me brainstorm some more!
I have been looking into getting some new certifications
(Net+, Cisco, MCP, etc), and have seen numerous books on helping to
prepare. Was just wanting to know if anyone had preferences as to
which author/books are better than others.
Because of recent
personal events, I'm needing to find a job, and although I do have a
lot of skills, a lot of jobs are asking for required Cisco and/or
Microsoft certifications... I think I saw 1 or 2 jobs requiring Net+.
I'm sure there are going to be many of you that may not have needed to
review for such certifications, but my strong point isn't necessarily
Networking, although I have learned a lot and do
|What .net certifications I can do?|
I am working on .net 3.5 on windows and web
technologies . Can any suggest me regarding certification details, how
can I proceed? What certifications i can do?
ok...I wanted to start taking certifications. Theres so many out
any idea what will be good?
|What Certifications do You Have?|
Whether it be Windows, Linux, college, etc.
What kind of
degree/certification do you have that makes you a computer
All I have is an associates degree in networking
|Certifications - :|
Yes, Yes, Yes all the people here ask this question some
I am looking to get some certifications on some of my
skills (PHP, CSS, HTML, MySQL, etc) and I am wondering the best way to
I am of course, in the UK so bear that in mind
would it be a good idea to try an online certification course? If so,
which company do you suggest? Expertrating? Brainbench?
Thanks for any input,
Who among you guys are certified... and in what?
question... just was wondering do people honestly even do anything
pertaining certs any longer.
|Best certifications to get?|
Best certifications to get?
from college so naturally I've been looking for jobs. I want to add
something more to set my resume off in the event I can't find a job in
the next couple of months. What are the most respected certificates
for programming languages?
Does anyone know where I can
get a typing certification and i'm also looking for a food prep
certification in the state of Texas. I've been searching google and
did find it at one time. However, i've lost the link to it.
SO which ones do you have?
MCSE, A+ etc. - what do you recommend... etc.
Is there a forum here dedicated to ms certification? anything
certification can be under that forum. info, tip, book reviews, etc...
|asp.net certifications !|
hi i wanna write certifications in asp.net...can any guide me which
book(s) r good and what r the sites providing to write moke
exams....what is the right certification for asp.net......i have seen
microsoft site but am confused to write which exam (like i have seen
mcsd,mcad etc).....i have 2 yrs of experience in developing asp.net
applications......if u know please give the url ........... thanks,
|Certifications in VB.NET or C#?|
Hi all, I am planning on taking the .NET certifications. I am from the
C++/Java background. So it may make sense in taking
the tests in C#, but with regard to the market conditions I am unable
to decide. Any suggestions on what might be better? I am comfortable
with both VB.NET and C#. TIA Vik!