Hot Health Care Careers, 2nd Ed by Andrew Morkes (Editor); Amy McKennaHot Health Care Careers, 2nd edition features the hottest of the hot healthcare careers for people from all educational backgrounds from high school diploma to medical degree. Some of the jobs that are featured include Biomedical Engineer, Creative Arts Therapist, Dental Hygienist, Health Care Manager, Health Information Management Technician, Medical Illustrator, Mental Health Counselor, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, Physician, Registered Nurse, and Surgeon. Each career article provides an overview of the job and typical work environments, educational requirements, personal skills, methods of exploring the career while still in high school, tips on landing a job, typical employers, information on the long-term employment outlook and hot specialties, and sources of additional information. The book also features interviews with professionals and educators, photographs, and useful sidebars that list books, websites, fun facts, and other helpful information.
The Michigan Association for Healthcare Quality was established in 1974. Since that time, we have been committed to improving the delivery of quality healthcare by promoting the professional development of our members. We strive to be the leader and the source of expertise in quality healthcare for Michigan.
MAHRMM’s mission is to foster mutual supply chain assistance to the health care organizations of the state of Michigan with emphasis on educational activities directed toward general improvement supply chain operations and quality of patient care.
The Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) is the statewide leader representing all community hospitals in Michigan. Established in 1919, the MHA represents the interests of its member hospitals and health systems in both the legislative and regulatory arenas on key issues and supports their efforts to provide quality, cost-effective and accessible care.
The Michigan Health Council is a solutions-oriented nonprofit organization on a mission to develop a premier health care workforce in every Michigan community. We proactively address the needs of health care leaders, professionals, employers, educators, and students through various programs spanning the education to practice continuum.
Betty M. Baker of Lansing General Hospital founded MSHCSP. The society was established in 1977 as an non-profit organization exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes. The objective of MSHCSP is to promote the professional development of its members and recognition of the society.
SHAPE Michigan MISSION: To Promote Healthy, Active Living Through Professional Development and Advocacy. SHAPE Michigan VISION: A society in which all individuals in Michigan enjoy an optimal quality of life, through appreciation of and participation in active, creative, health-promoting lives.