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Colleges developing more sophisticated health training (access required)

Emphasis on bringing specialists together for more coordinated care

A crystal ball prediction for what’s next for higher education in health care fields might simply say “More.” More demand for graduates. More interest from prospective students. More curriculum requirements for entry-level degrees into the profession. More responsibilities added to the traditional scope of practice. And, in some cases, more types of patients. Among the top 25 jobs in demand, according ...

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