4 edition of The regulation of emerging health care occupations found in the catalog.
The regulation of emerging health care occupations
M. Jane Fulton
Bibliography: p. -88.
|Statement||by M. Jane Fulton.|
|Contributions||Canadian Hospital Association.|
|LC Classifications||RA399C2 F84 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
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Originally enacted to protect health insurance coverage for workers who lost or changed jobs, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of is now most associated with the privacy of patient healthcare information.
The intricacies of today’s healthcare regulations require managers and administrators to be familiar with a. the field of N&E occupations; however, healthcare, manage-ment, and production occupations were the three most fre-quent occupational classifications observed. Developments in particular occupational groups Lists of specific occupations that are new or emerging are presented in the following sections.
Occupations in the construction field. health care trends center on regulatory changes. With the increasing prevalence of technology around the globe, the status quo is no longer an option.
The health care industry should continue evolving its approach to keep up with the myriad challenges it is facing.
Career Overview. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS, ) defines an emerging career as an occupation that currently has small numbers but that is expected to grow much larger in the future; many healthcare careers fall into this following healthcare careers are some cutting-edge occupational options available now that will rapidly grow in the future.
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