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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

"EMR Daily News - AlliedHealthEacademy Provides Online Learning"

September 28, 2011 By  0 Comments and 1 Reaction
Library2010_066-EditAs the healthcare industry progresses toward the comprehensive implementation of Electronic Health Records and significantly reduces the use of traditional paper-based health records and documentation, allied health professionals are seeing an increased need for cross-training that includes both healthcare and technology knowledge.
To better serve busy allied health professionals, as well as others looking to enter the healthcare field, Alameda Services today announced the launch of, an online portal designed to provide interactivetraining and online learning culminating in three national certifications and three certificates of completion in EHR/EMR specialties.
Alameda Services has developed a successful track record of providing “in-class” training programs focusing primarily on workforce development and training in the field of healthcare IT. It has launched as a dedicated organization focusing solely on Allied Health training and certification as well as connecting its graduates with potential employers throughout the country.

“Today we are launching an online training opportunity for participants throughout the country,” says Lena Feygin, Dip LC, executive vice president and director of business development for Alameda Services.
“ is our way of connecting with those interested in pursuing a career in Allied Health nationwide. We are no longer limited to a geographical region”, she continues.
The new Certified Medical Practice Professional (CMPP) program is an all-inclusive program offered by the It incorporates two major parts – the Electronic Health Records Specialist (EHRS) and Billing and Coding Professional (BCP). The CMPP program is approved by the National Healthcareer Association for two nationally recognized certification examinations: Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) and Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS). Students will receive a certificate of completion from upon satisfactory completion of the EHRS and BCP, and CMPP certification upon successful receipt of both NHA certifications.
Allied health professionals provide numerous care and support services, including diagnostic, technical, therapeutic and direct patient care. These services, and the important role of allied health professionals, are absolutely critical to doctors and other health professionals they work with as well as the patients they serve.
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