Get the Skills to Become a Healthcare Professional
Professional Healthcare Training Programs in Bangor, Maine
With an aging Baby Boomer population, the healthcare industry is set to explode. According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, healthcare jobs are projected to grow 18% from 2016 to 2026, which is much faster than the national average for all other occupations. There will be approximately 2.4 million new healthcare jobs during that time; medical occupations are expected to add more jobs than any other occupational group.
Now that you know there’s a spike taking place in healthcare jobs, you can prepare yourself with training. Get to the forefront of the healthcare industry – start your training now and you’ll be career-ready in no time.
Programmatic Accreditation: Your Pathway to Employment
Our Medical Assisting and Health Information Technology Associate Degrees are programmatically accredited, by CAAHEP and CAHIIM, respectively. Employers look for that because those accrediting commissions set the best practices for those allied health industries.
When you graduate with a programmatically accredited degree, it also grants you access to take the state or national board examination so that you can become a certified professional, allowing you the ability to pursue work in your field.
- Medical Assisting
If you enjoy helping others and have an interest in allied health, Beal University's Medical Assisting program will set you on the right path. Our program trains you on how to provide support to patients and healthcare staff at hospitals, physicians’ offices, and clinics by conducting clinical and administrative duties. Learn more.
- Health Information Management
With a Bachelor's degree in Health Information Management, you’ll be prepared to advance into professional leadership roles as a medical records manager, risk management officer, clinical data analyst, corporate compliance officer and more. Work in hospitals, nursing homes, mental health facilities, and other medical institutions. Learn more.
- Health Information Technology
Health Information Technology professionals are responsible for the quality, integrity, and protection of patients' health information. Beal's HIT program incorporates the disciplines of medicine, management, finance, information technology, and law into one curriculum. Because of this unique mixture, HIT graduates can choose from a variety of work settings. Learn more.
- Medical Administrative Specialist
If you're organized, adept and interested in health care, then you would be of benefit in a Medical Office settings. With Beal University's Medical Office Specialist Associate's Degree program, you'll choose to specialize in either a medical coding or transcription concentration, both of which are valuable skills to have. Pursue your new career at Beal University today. Learn more.