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  • The Importance Of Medical Laboratory Science

    Medical Laboratory science is a bachelor degree program offered here at South Dakota State University. Obtaining this degree and passing the board certificate process would allow a person to become a Medical Lab Technician. A Medical Lab Tech, can be found in hospitals, doctor’s offices and research facilities. A medical lab technician has special training in diagnosis procedures and work with highly with laboratory equipment to assist doctor in the diagnosis process. The job outlook for board certificated is in extreme high demand, and resulting in almost 100% job placement out of college. The average starting salary for a Med Lab Tech, is about 65,000 dollars. Medical Laboratory has four different specialties which include clinical chemistry, hematology, blood banking and microbiology. Some of the specialties require extra training and schooling. Being a medical laboratory technician allows a person to help patients without having much patient…

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  • The Importance Of My Lifelong Dream

    in Clinical Lab Science/Technician, I then can take the national certification exam to become certified to work in the laboratory at hospitals as an official medical laboratory scientist to help diagnose patients (Boyle). Once I am certified and looking for a job, I will have an easy time finding a job because of the steady growth of this field (Boyle). Every hospital needs lab technicians to help diagnose patients, and there are hospitals located everywhere, so the location of a job would not…

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  • The Importance Of Evolution In Health Management

    Evolution in health care expenditures I inevitable as is growth of the general curtailment. This article examines “laboratory operations” and “clinical pathology knowledge processes” to discuss the need for clinical pathologist to implement an institutional model through unified laboratory networks to protect their services. The author utilizes strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) methodology to study data processes and propose future strategies for clinical pathologist and…

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  • Essay On Laboratory Tests

    Clinical laboratory professionals perform a wide range of tests to provide information for diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Laboratory tests are classified into four major areas: microbiology, blood banking, clinical chemistry and hematology. Clinical laboratory professionals collect and process specimens, perform tests, analyze and interpret results, and report data. Each of these steps requires high standards of quality, accuracy and timeliness. Laboratory personnel are categorized into…

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  • Non Value Added Improvement Essay

    demonstrated as relatively slow when providing a tangible product to consumers. And there is no better example of similarities to manufacturing in healthcare than a clinical laboratory. Leisurely practices are prone to poor healthcare value which drives down patient satisfaction and drives up costs, hence affecting an entities profitable margin. Laboratory experts can define two phases of value when discussing the production of laboratory testing as either value-added or non-value added.…

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  • Personal Reflection: Fort Hays State University

    and the Laboratory (Lab). Bill works in the Lab department in the local Norton, Kansas, elderly home and at the Norton Community Hospital (NCH), where temperatures are cooler for instruments to work properly. He directs and administers most minimal lab work performed for both facilities; distributing items for urinary samples and stool samples, drawing blood, testing blood, testing urinary samples, testing stool samples, and a few other minimal testing procedures for patients in need of such…

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  • I Want To Become A Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT?

    For my future occupation I have decided that I want to become a Medical Laboratory Technician or MLT for short. Most people that work in this field work in the laboratory of a hospital, however, you can also work in medical researching facilities and doctor’s offices as well with this degree. This job requires you to “collect samples and perform tests to analyze body fluids, tissue, and other substances.” By doing these steps you will be able to figure out what bacteria or other microbodies are…

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  • Healthcare Impact On Healthcare Reform On Diagnostic Laboratory Testing

    Impact on Healthcare Reform on Diagnostic Laboratory Testing The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on the diagnostic testing. Getting the proper diagnosis can be challenging and timely process. Perhaps, it is very important to invest in the quality laboratory testing to allow faster diagnosing of the individual, which would lead to the faster and more efficient treatment. “An estimated 70% of all decisions regarding a patient’s diagnosis and…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Medical Technologist

    goals, they are all very different. The field of medical technology consists of analyzing a variety of blood, tissue, body fluid and microorganism samples. “Preparing the samples for examination, using automated equipment and specialized instrumentation, performing numerous complicated tests simultaneously, and accurately interpreting the results are all part of a medical technologist’s job” (Medical Technologist). They identify specific microorganisms to pin point specific diseases, although…

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  • The Importance Of My Life

    When I walk into a hospital and see patients being treated, it reminds me of why I have such a strong passion for medicine. This is because I do not want others to experience the excruciating loss that I first felt and continue to feel after the death of my sister. I lost my sister when I was four, while I was still living in Bangladesh, to a weak and failing heart. At the time, all the top medical doctors in Dhaka failed to have the proper equipment and training to perform an open-heart…

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