Web Marketing SpecialistWritten by Cheryl Pelchat
Specialized Solutions, Inc. 338 E. Lemon St. Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 January 24, 2003 For Immediate Release: For more information: Cheryl Pelchat - Web Specialist email@example.com Specialized Solutions, Inc. Introduces ThinkTank (Tarpon Springs, Florida)-Specialized Solutions, Inc., premier developer of self-study and certification training products proudly introduces ThinkTank. ThinkTank is a revolutionary, enterprise-wide training solution that provides an administrative tool for learning, delivery and tracking. ThinkTank is designed to quickly plug into a standard network connection and be up and running within minutes. ThinkTank includes an advanced learning management system called Accutrac which makes merging of content and training simple. Accutrac includes over 50 preset reporting features allowing administrators to totally manage entire learning process. Accutrac gathers and presents information needed to manage from one to virtually an unlimited number of students' training, with ease, at same time. ThinkTank provides superior training-on-demand at an extremely affordable price. It provides a complete and comprehensive training and learning management system and an unlimited perpetual license on over 1000 on-demand course titles. ThinkTank gives you advantage of providing, through your network, a full line of IT technical, desktop application, safety, and business skills self-paced training courses that enables you to economically train your entire workforce.
What is a Medical Assistant?Written by Danni R., CMA, CCMA, CMAA
What is a Medical Assistant?
Medical assisting is a field full of opportunity for those who enjoy working side by side with physicians and others in a medical office or clinic, regardless of gender. Traditionally, medical assisting has been a profession dominated by women, mostly because of biased counseling and recruiting, and misconceptions about workforce. A study called "Title IX and Equal Opportunity in Vocational and Technical Education" conducted in June 2002 showed that male students made up less than 14 percent in courses offering medical assisting training in 12 states surveyed.
However, contrary to certain stereotyped preconceptions and believes male medical assistants are highly valued and respected colleagues. Just like their female counterparts they usually are very much liked by patients in a modern healthcare facility and it is encouraging to see that recently more and more male medical assistants are beginning to enter into this very rewarding profession!