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(General Safety Tips for Outdoor Fun in Winter During COVID-19) Just because we are experiencing a pandemic, you don’t have to give up on your fitness. In fact, it is more important now to keep up your cardiovascular health so you can ward off illness.
(2020 AHA Guidelines Release Dates) AHA will release updated course material and CPR/ECC Guidelines in October 21, 2020. Pacific Medical Training will keep you up to date on the latest release date info.
(How Much Does That Nonprofit Charge for Training?) The motives of the second largest health charity appear similar to that of a profit driven organization.
(The Department of the Army Awards an Unprecedented CPR Contract) Pacific Medical Training is awarded a Total Small Business set aside by the Department of the Army. Soldiers at Fort Gordon will benefit from the Department of the Army’s efforts to reach out to small businesses.
(There’s Now Competition for Veterans Affairs MTP) A 100 million dollar market is now open to non-AHA business concerns
(Right Patient, Right Site, Right Procedure Surgery) Adverse medical events that involve patients who have undergone an operation of the wrong body part, experienced an incorrect procedure, or had a surgery intended for another patient are striking and frightening for all the parties involved.
(Integrity Breach Drives Veterans Affairs to Award $20M Contract) A small business is unable to compete fairly with a decades-long protected vendor.
(How Pacific Medical Training Became Carbon Negative) And Why it Will Be Easier for You
(X-Ray Tech Wages) For readers looking into this career path for the first time, you’ll be happy to know that X-ray technician and radiology technologist are simply different names for the same job function.
(RN Wages) One of the most common concerns RNs have, whether new or experienced, is salary expectations for a given geographical area.
(EMS Wages) Emergency medical services (EMS) offer a way into health care professions for a variety of people.
(Medical Billing and Coding Wages) Coding and billing go hand in hand; however, they are separate processes.
(Heart Disease: Angina Pectoris) Also called stable Angina, is chest discomfort due to poor blood flow through the heart