Special Conference July 26-27

Fly in, fly out for this rapid fire brainstorming session on issues facing associations of health professionals.

 

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Latest from HPN

Catch up on the latest news from Health Professions Network.

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HPN Conferences

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Past Sessions

Slides from the latest HPN meeting sessions are available now in the members area.

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White Paper

how competencies can heal health care
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Featured Health Professions

Medical Technologist

Over 330,000 Medical Technologists and Medical Laboratory Technicians hold jobs in the US today. Since the development of this career profession in the 1920s, laboratory professionals have played a vital role in the diagnosis and prevention of disease. (more…)

Phlebotomy Technician

A Phlebotomy Technician (Phlebotomist) is an integral member of the medical laboratory team whose primary function is the collection of blood samples from patients by venipuncture or microtechniques. The Phlebotomy Technician facilitates the collection and transportation of laboratory specimens, and is often the patient’s only contact with the medical laboratory. (more…)

Nerve Conduction Studies Technologist

A nerve conduction study may be defined as the induction of a propagating action potential in the peripheral nervous system and the subsequent recording of its neural impulse at some location distant to the impulse’s initiation site. (more…)
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About HPN

The Health Professions Network (HPN) is a nationwide collaborative group of organizations representing leading health professions associations, accrediting agencies, and educational institutions, as well as federal and state workforce analysts and licensing and certification bodies.

A wide range of health professions make up the HPN and encompass the majority of approximately 200 different positions in health care, including athletic trainers, clinical laboratory scientists, diagnostic medical sonographers, medical assistants, music therapists, physician assistants, radiologic technologists, respiratory therapists, and more.

The allied health professions are the core of HPN. These fast-growing fields represent about 60 percent of the health care workforce and about 6 million jobs.

Where we've been, and where we're going.

When Health Professions Network visits a site for one of our two annual meetings, we bring association executives interested in bringing further meetings to the hotels, conference spaces, and venues in the area.

It's simple - these visits are a benefit to our members - and our members are a benefit to the sites we visit.

We've been to some pretty spectacular places - some that surprised us, and some that lived up to already high expectations.

 

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