The holidays, hectic travel schedules, bad weather and sickness all make it difficult to donate blood during the winter. That’s why January is National Blood Donor Month – to encourage giving blood and boost the seasonal short supply. Here are some reasons why you might want to consider…

You’ve heard of blue and white collar jobs…but a pink collar job?

We know getting a shot isn’t on your top five…or ten…or 100 favorite list of things to do. But if one itty bitty shot can keep you from getting the flu all winter why wouldn’t you get one!

Luis never thought he’d graduate college, let alone be nominated to be a student speaker at Carrington College graduation.

Medical assistants can be the heart of their office. Their job is to keep the office working. They do a bunch of things that help keep their office working at a productive and efficient level.

The medical world has just completely changed. Welcome to ICD-10.
Every medical procedure, diagnosis and treatment you’ve had has been coded has been the same way since 1979. That’s the same year the Sony Walkman was invented.
Imagine if you saw someone walking around with one of those…no…

With the launch of ICD-10, we thought it would be fun to highlight some of the craziest new codes. Some are super impractical (being struck by a macaw?!) while others were needed decades ago (problems with in-laws, duh).