Workforce Training in Allied Health
Delta Tech offers Allied Health Care Programs that are relevant to today’s workforce. You could be come a Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, Medical Coder. Our flexible class schedules and many start dates can fit into just about anyone’s schedule. Are you ready to gain the work force training you need to become competitive in today’s market? Please read below to see more about the Allied Health Care programs that Delta Tech has to offer.
*Not all Programs and Courses are available at all of the campuses
The program provides the Dental Assisting with entry-level theory and hands-on training in basic and routine clinical and office tasks. This will equip the Dental Assisting with the competencies required to perform in either a clinical, laboratory, or office capacity. The graduate will be able to assist in laboratory procedures, X-ray procedures, CPR, and patient assessments. He/She will be able to perform clinical procedures, sterilization and infection control techniques, and equipment maintenance. In some venues, the Dental Assisting is expected to effectively handle administrative office procedures such as computerized record keeping, keyboarding, billing, coding, insurance claims and scheduling. The Dental Assisting possesses a thorough understanding of dental related ethics and other business principles that bear on the practitioner’s relationship with the patient.
The program provides the Medical Assisting with entry-level theory and hands-on training in basic and routine clinical tasks. This will equip the Medical Assisting with the competencies required to perform in either a clinical or office capacity. The graduate will be able to assist in EKG, X-ray procedures, first aid and phlebotomy. He/She will be able to perform clinical procedures, preparing a patient for physical exams, and assisting the physicians with other exams. The Medical Assisting may help the physician with minor surgical procedures and can sterilize and care for instruments. In some venues, the Medical Assisting is expected to effectively handle administrative office procedures such as keyboarding, billing, coding, scheduling, transcription, insurance claims, and computerized record keeping.
This program will provide the Medical Coding Specialist knowledge for minimum entry level positions normally available in offices of physicians, nursing care facilities, outpatient care centers, and home health services. Insurance firms that deal with health matters also employ Medical Coders. Students will be instructed in the analysis of medical records (charts) and the assignment of codes for indexing diagnoses and procedures to provide information for reimbursement purposes. “Coding” means transforming the written or verbal description of diseases, injuries, and procedures into numerical designations.