Allied Health: Texas by Learning Express Editors

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Along with passing the AHPAT or AHAT, other criteria used in admitting applicants to allied health programs include SAT or ACT tests, grade point average, recommendations and personal statements, GRE/GMAT exams, and exams specific to certain fields, such as the Nursing School Entrance Exam and the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT). Meeting the Standards Once you've gotten the education you need, you're a long way down the road to an allied health career. But in most cases, you'll still have a few more steps to take.

Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) offer a perfect example of managed care. HMOs operate by setting fixed fees for healthcare services provided under their plans. If those needs are met for less, that extra money becomes profit for the HMO. In other words, the doctors don't decide what to charge for their servicesthe HMOs do. And oftentimes it simply costs less, without sacrificing quality of care, to get somebody else (namely, an allied health professional) to do certain things the doctor used to do.

Job Growth Factors in Texas The nationwide drive to contain healthcare costs has had a strong positive impact on the overall job market for allied health workers in Texas. One major result is that the trend toward less expensive outpatient care as an alternative to long hospital stays has led to an increase in the number of different facilities or providers of healthcare services. These include home healthcare agencies, rehabilitation clinics, group practices, and HMO offices which employ healthcare workers in all regions of the state.

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