By Susan Capasso
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Complicating matters is the fact that certification is available for many, but not all, allied health careers. Furthermore, in those careers for which you can be certified, the state you live in mayor may notrequire you to be certified. Last but not least, even when certification is called a "voluntary" process, employers typically give the hiring edge to candidates who have captured that credential. Given these several variables, you can see that it's important to find out what the certification guidelines are for the field you're considering and the geographic location where you'd like to work.
What you're trained to do clearly has much to do with the type of employers you'll approach. After all, a private group dental practice may be looking for dental hygienists or a medical record technician, but wouldn't have much use for a surgical technician or an audiologist. On the other hand, you don't have to limit your search to only the most obvious employers. For example, a sizeable adult day-care facility or community health agency that provides numerous patient services may, in fact, employ a dental hygienist, a recreational therapist, a physical therapist, a nurse's aide, a dietitian, or various other allied health workers.
Technological Wonders Specialists in natal care oversee a delicate operation 100 miles away, thanks to the computer. Minicomputers administer at-home infusions for cancer treatment. There will be a day, experts claim, when you don't feel well and the first thing you'll do is hook yourself up to a monitoring device that transmits basic body information to a clinic, where a trained specialist will administer new medication or offer another form of treatment. The theme here is computers. Every healthcare organization already is or will be computerized and online.