All Allied Health Schools Helps Medical Coding Students Prepare for New Health Care World

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Find out what the Obama health care plan means for medical transcription training and medical coding jobs.

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All Allied Health Schools is continually improving our resources for medical coding and transcription students, making sure that we have reliable, up-to-date information for students seeking answers to their career questions

The Obama administration has made it clear that health care reform, including improvements to health information technology, is a top priority for 2009. This means that students seeking medical coding and transcription training are in the right place at the right time. All Allied Health Schools offers help to these students, connecting them with medical coding and transcription schools, so they can get the training they'll need to take advantage of growing career opportunities.

The Department of Health and Human Services reports that improving health information technology will increase health care quality, reduce costs, prevent errors and increase administrative efficiencies. So it's no surprise that the Obama health care plan identifies health information technology as a key opportunity in health care reform.

As a result of this increased focus on health information technology, jobs in medical coding and medical transcription--already a growing segment of the job market--are set to continue growing faster than the average for all occupations for the next few years. This means it's a great time to consider medical coding or medical transcription training. With superior career resources and a wide array of medical coding and transcription school connections, All Allied Health Schools is committed to helping students take the next step on their path to career success.

"All Allied Health Schools is continually improving our resources for medical coding and transcription students, making sure that we have reliable, up-to-date information for students seeking answers to their career questions," says Rebecca Noss, career researcher for All Allied Health Schools. "We hope to make it easy for students to research medical coding careers and find the right medical coding or transcription training program all in one stop."

About All Allied Health Schools
All Allied Health Schools (http://www.allalliedhealthschools.com) is an Internet site dedicated to helping people interested in health care careers find the training they need to succeed. Users can search for health care schools, get information about education requirements and read articles about various specialties.

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