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What are the average salary ranges for jobs in the Healthcare - Technicians? There are 447 jobs in Healthcare - Technicians category. Average salaries can vary and range from $25,706 to $243,846. Salary ranges can differ significantly depending on the job, industry, location, required experience, specific skills, education, and other factors... Salaries listed below are U.S. national averages data from June 28, 2020.

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Alternate Job Titles: Benefits Systems Analyst - Healthcare | Managed Care Benefits Systems Analyst

Implements and maintains benefits system for managed care and provider data. Runs analysis to verify accuracy of system. Assists with training of fee loading processes and ensures coding and schedules are accurate. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Contributes to moderately complex aspects of a project. Work is generally independent and coll... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Benefits Database Systems Administrator | Managed Care Benefits Systems Analyst

Implements and maintains benefits system for managed care and provider data. Runs analysis to verify accuracy of system. Assists with training of fee loading processes and ensures coding and schedules are accurate. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Contributes to moderately complex aspects of a project. Work is generally independent and coll... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Clinical Photographer

Performs wide variety of photographic functions in a medical setting. Takes photographs and prepares images, slides, or prints of subjects used for archives, educational materials, legal proceedings, and scientific literature. Photographs patients, operating room procedures, autopsy and laboratory specimens and other medical subjects. Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Typically rep... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Medical Technologist (ASCP)

Performs diagnostic testing on patient samples to aid physicians in the diagnosis and/or monitoring of various disease states. Follows standardized procedures and helps prepare samples for testing. Analyzes test results for accuracy, acceptability, and critical limits. Requires a bachelor's degree and must be a certified medical technologist. Typically reports to a manager or supervisor. Years of ... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Laboratory Supervisor I | Medical Laboratory Supervisor I | Research Laboratory Supervisor I

Organizes and directs the daily activities of the laboratory. Responsible for supervising laboratory personnel, conducting and overseeing quality assurance and quality control, and collecting, analyzing, and interpreting lab results. A level I supervisor is considered a working supervisor with little authority for personnel actions. May require a bachelor's degree in area of specialty. Typically r... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Biomedical Photographer

Performs wide variety of photographic functions in a medical setting. Takes photographs and prepares images, slides, or prints of subjects used for archives, educational materials, legal proceedings, and scientific literature. Photographs patients, operating room procedures, autopsy and laboratory specimens and other medical subjects. Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Typically rep... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Genetic/Molecular Technologist

Performs microscopic analysis for cytogenetic studies on biological specimens. Analyzes chromosomes for prenatal diagnosis, congenital birth defects, fertility problems and hematological disorders. Is responsible for harvesting cells, image analysis, and results reporting. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Typically requires certification as a Clinical Lab... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Lab Cytotechnologist

Examines cells of the cytoplasm and nucleus to determine pathological conditions. Separates sediment and cells from blood serum and categorizes slides and records classification. Receives and prepares specimens for analysis. Detects abnormalities and communicates to pathologist to arrive at a final diagnosis and report. Requires a bachelor's degree. Requires graduation from an approved school of c... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Cytogenetic Technologist

Performs microscopic analysis for cytogenetic studies on biological specimens. Analyzes chromosomes for prenatal diagnosis, congenital birth defects, fertility problems and hematological disorders. Is responsible for harvesting cells, image analysis, and results reporting. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Typically requires certification as a Clinical Lab... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Medical Technologist - Hematology

Performs a variety of blood tests, studies morphology of blood constituents and performs various coagulation tests to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Conducts technical procedures related to the counting and identification of blood cells and other specialized hematologic tests. Verifies accuracy of findings, identifies test inconsistencies, and takes appropriate action to make corre... View job details


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