This course teaches students a more in depth look at different health considerations women face at different stages of their lives and how to appropriately adapt exercise and wellness programs to meet their needs. Topics of interest include the “Female Athlete Triad”, pre and postpartum fitness, women with pelvic floor dysfunctions, osteoporosis, menopause, autoimmune disorders, and breast, ovary, and uterine cancers. Students will gain an understanding of how to design exercise programs for these special populations.
This course is based on current and peer reviewed research that will provide professionals and nonprofessionals alike an easy to use roadmap for improving eating habits. Topics covered will include: exploring genetics, eating attitudes, food and fitness behaviors, and environmental and practical tips for making positive and fun dietary changes! In addition, there will be a focus on achieving and maintaining a healthy productive life for individuals and families at all ages. You will learn to use available resources and tools, including reputable free web-based programs to guide you.
In most industries, an individual’s professionalism is measured by the extent to which they are trustworthy, reliable and can be counted on to follow through on their commitments. More than that however, professionalism in today’s workplace requires an element of self-confidence, self-motivation and the overall understanding and adherence to the norms and expectations of professional environments on the whole. In the healthcare setting, however, the qualities that constitute professionalism are even more important and require additional considerations over and above typical work environments. Healthcare providers require emotionally mature people to manage and operate their practice and demand that their staff behave professionally at all times.
The Patient Access Specialist course is one of five courses comprising the Patient Access Specialist certification program. Patient Access Specialists represent the front line of the healthcare service for patients entering a practice, hospital or clinic with a constant eye toward excellent customer services and the overarching goal of achieving a positive experience for the patient. The Patient Access Specialist plays a key role for any provider and works as a strong team player in a dynamic, fast-paced, patient-centered practice.
Students will study the basic nutrition principles and how to apply them when designing structured nutritional programs for clients in collaboration with registered dietitians and nutritionists. The focus will be on vitamin, mineral, and supplement knowledge; the effects of nutrition on the exerciser and non-exerciser; strategies for successful weight management; and recognizing normal to disordered eating patterns.
Heard about the health benefits of cocoa on cardiovascular health? What do garlic, tomato sauce, and tofu have in common? Which spices and herbs need to be consumed in your daily diet? In this course you will learn what to eat and how to decrease the incidence of many common diseases such as metabolic syndrome, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.
Our Medical Coding: Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) course breaks down the CPT coding manual by sections allowing learners to master each of the coding areas. The CPT coding manual includes the six body systems: Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Digestive, and Endocrine systems, evaluation and management procedures, medicine coding, coding modifiers, the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System, and anesthesia, pathology, and radiology procedures. This course will discuss the guidelines for using each of these sections and the proper procedures for accurate coding.
The CPT code book (Current Procedural Terminology) is a compilation of codes, guidelines and descriptions used to report healthcare services by healthcare providers for services performed. In this course we will review the first three body systems: Integumentary System, Musculoskeletal System, and Respiratory System. We will explore how to find and apply the appropriate CPT codes for these systems. Understanding each system will allow you to properly code procedures and diagnosis pertaining to these systems.
The CPT code book (Current Procedural Terminology) is a compilation of codes, guidelines and descriptions used to report healthcare services by healthcare providers for services performed. In this course we will review the last four body systems: Cardiovascular System, Digestive System, and Endocrine & Nervous System. We will explore how to find and apply the appropriate CPT codes for these systems. Understanding each system will allow you to properly code procedures and diagnosis pertaining to these systems.
Our Medical Coding: CPT-Anesthesia, Pathology, and Radiology course will outline the types of service and qualified health professionals for performing anesthesia procedures, pathology procedures, and radiology procedures. In this course, learners will become familiar with the terms and conditions used in these sections of the CPT manual. We will explore the special circumstances that affect accurate coding of services in anesthesia, pathology, and radiology.
Our Medical Coding: CPT-Evaluation & Management, Medicine, HCPCS, and Modifiers course will review how to determine the level of service for evaluation and management, explore the many different types of medication administrations and how to accurately code these types, utilize the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) to code products, supplies, and services not included in the CPT system, and lastly discuss modifiers that provide and indicate a service or procedure that has been performed has been altered by some specific circumstance. In this course, we will use the current volume CPT and HCPCS manuals for reference and provide the necessary skills and knowledge to perform proper coding of E&M, Medicine, HCPCS, and Modifiers.
Learn what to eat before competing, understand the principles of healthy meal planning for athletes and be able to identify safe sport supplements such as protein powders/bars, creatine, and sport drinks. Find out if you’re providing the best fuel for your body in the short or long term and gain insights into how proper nutrition can provide optimal muscle recovery and sports performance