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On the back end, they want to prevent relapses. " Managed Care: A Case Study The role of two high-growth occupationsphysical therapists (PTs) and physical therapy assistants (PTAs)show how allied health workers fit into the managed care scheme of things. "It's pre-prevention medicine, meaning that if I came in with a strain from a workout, for example, they'd treat my knee plus put me on a program to prevent it from happening again," describes Jason Pan-Kita, marketing director for TheraSearch, an online employment recruiting firm in Fort Worth, Texas, that is geared toward placing physical therapists, occupational therapists, and their aides.

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.

On the other hand, you don't have to limit your search to only the most obvious employers. For example, a sizeable adult day-care facility or community health agency that provides numerous patient services may, in fact, employ a dental hygienist, a recreational therapist, a physical therapist, a nurse's aide, a dietitian, or various other allied health workers. " It's also about deciding the kind of atmosphere you want to work in. Simply put, different work settings offer different work experiences.

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