Working in a healthcare industry to save lives is a rewarding career. Working in the cancer industry requires dedicated health professionals in a variety of professions. There are medical or clinical professionals and the non-clinical professionals. If you want to work in the healthcare industry but not necessarily in direct contact with patients, then there are many non-clinical healthcare jobs from which to choose a promising career of helping people. Over 100 non-clinical career jobs are available at the Cancer Treatment Center of America like those below.One such non-clinical healthcare job is a ‘quality improvement coordinator (QI-RN).’ A QI-RN coordinates with the cancer team in administrative tasks involved in managing a healthcare facility. A QI is responsible for managing each cancer patient’s quality of care records. A QI requires a bachelor or master’s degree and an RN license. A Cancer Information Specialist (‘CIS’) is responsible for educating patients and their loved ones on how to manage and prevent illnesses through healthy eating habits.
A CIS is a clinical educator who teaches people about nutrition and how they can plan and keep a dietary system based on the patient’s medical needs. A CIS is also responsible for creating and marketing educational materials to patients and the public. A bachelor or master’s degree in health education is required.A ‘program analyst’ is the IT expert of a hospital or a healthcare facility. They collect healthcare data from the medical staff and enters it in a database. A program analyst oversees the efficacy and data evaluation of an organization’s computer functions. They analyze statistical data to present reports that may be called for by the medical team. Many program analysts have degrees in IT systems, but they also carry a degree in business management. A ‘healthcare risk management manager’ oversees all healthcare procedures to make sure that a hospital or healthcare facility is not subject to malpractice.
They oversee all health policies to minimize any liabilities or legal contingencies. This positionworks with the medical staff to ensure that patient care is in compliance with state and federal regulations. A healthcare risk manager requires a bachelor or master’s degree in nursing.The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (‘CTCA’) began in 1988 as a small for-profit medical venture. Today, they have a network of 5 hospitals throughout the U.S. They specialize in an integrated approach which means that each patient is assigned a dedicated team of doctors and medical specialists/clinicians that provide cancer patients with a personalized treatment plan.CTCA also has a special program called patient empowered care which gives better care and comfort in a unique environment. CTCA has a better remission success rate than any other U.S. medical facility. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America also boasts of an A to Z care system which means they take care of air and lodging arrangements to travel to their facilities, they help with the insurance paperwork, and more.
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