Health information: Using the latest technology, professionals in this field can gather, analyze and combine patients’ health information.
Healthcare information career opportunities: Health informatics specialist, Health informatics technician, Health informatics consultant, Data quality manager, Electronic health records (ehr) manager, Ehr product representative, network support personnel, clinical informatics specialist,
Biomedical Illustrator: Biomedical illustrator creates surgical and anatomical drawings, visuals for educational films, and artwork for brochures and posters.
Biomedical Photographers: capture images to facilitate the recording and disseminating of medical and biological knowledge.
Forensic Toxicologist: Forensic toxicology is a science that deals with the criminal use of poisons.
Immunology technologists: examine elements of the human immune system and its response to foreign bodies.
Histology technicians : processes surgical, autopsy, or research tissue specimens for microscopic examination. Although most histology technicians work in human health care facilities, many are employed in veterinary, industrial, or research laboratories.
Central Supply Technicians
Closed Door Pharmacy Technicians: Closed-door pharmacies are not accessible to the general public, and work exclusively with a wide variety of care facilities including Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living, Group Homes, Retirement Centers, Foster Care and others.
Cytogenetic Technologists study the morphology of chromosomes and their relationship to disease.
Medical equipment preparers, also known as central supply technicians, use cleansing and sterilizing solutions to disinfect and sterilize laboratory or healthcare equipment, such as respirators, hospital beds, wheelchairs, and oxygen and dialysis equipment.