I. What’s What in Health Policy >> D. Health Sector >> Health Care Work Force >> Other Medical Providers (last updated 8.30.16)
- 1 Mid-level Practitioners
- 1.1 American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
- 1.2 Association of Physician Assistant Programs
- 1.3 North Carolina Academy of Physicians Assistants
- 1.4 American College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP)
- 1.5 American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA)
- 1.6 American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM)
- 1.7 Medical Assistants
- 2 Nursing Practice
- 3 Allied Health Personnel
Online Training Programs
Best Colleges. Best Online Programs, Medical Assistants. “Best Colleges has published an investigative review of the best online medical assisting programs available in the US. Along with our findings, we have included valuable resources and guides for students such as financial aid information that students can leverage to help finance their education.” Includes information about the employment outlook for medical assisting graduates.
- Online Medical Assistant Programs. “A comprehensive guide to not only help you find the perfect online medical assisting program to fit your needs, but also to give you a better understanding of the process as a whole.” Includes a career guide and information about certification and scholarships.
Includes national nursing organizations, state nursing organizations, and international nursing organizations.
Database of more than 7,000 nursing programs, including over 800 RN-to-BSN programs, at nearly 1,800 schools. More than 350 RN-to-BSN Scholarships also provided.
Includes popular registered nursing specializations.
Allied Health Personnel
Allied Health Professional Societies (Baptist Health, Lexington, KY). Extremely detailed list organized by function/clinical care unit (e.g., administration, laboratory, medical records etc.)