by Internet Medical Society
In an effort to help keep healthcare professionals and first responders in the know about current health trends, Health Education Solutions (HES), a leading provider of online healthcare certification courses, today released a new special section focusing on Healthcare Trends, 2012 and Beyond. The educational article package highlights healthcare statistics from 2012 and makes projections for 2013.
“The new year is a great time for everyone to reflect on the past 12 months and look ahead to the future, and this is especially true for healthcare professionals,” said Melissa Marks, president of HES. “At Health Education Solutions, we aim to help professionals keep current with ongoing healthcare statistics. 2012 data is the perfect resource for predicting what lies ahead so that we can equip nurses and first responders with the right education and training.”
The new special section, focused on healthcare statistics and trends (2012), features some telling facts on the state of healthcare. For example:
The articles touch on subjects such as emergency care, heart disease and stroke incidents and healthcare industry trends, backed by healthcare statistics from 2012, with projections for the next year and years to come. The Healthcare Trends, 2012 and Beyond special section can be found in HES’ research library at HealthEdSolutions.com.
To help healthcare professionals and first responders stay up to date on their medical training, HES offers online certification courses, including an advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) online recertification course. Professionals who are new to the field and are seeking certification for the first time can also benefit from HES’ ACLS online course offerings.
HES additionally offers a basic life support (BLS) for healthcare providers course, as well as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automated external defibrillator (AED), first aid, stroke and bloodborne pathogens training courses. These courses are designed for medical professionals, first responders and anyone else who wants to be prepared in cases of emergency. Classes are offered in a flexible, go-at-your-own-pace format to accommodate busy schedules.
More resources on current health trends, the healthcare industry and professional training are available in HES’ online resource library. To access these resources, or to learn more about online certification, visit HealthEdSolutions.com.