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How a Hybrid College Program Can Help You Accomplish Your Education Goals

With the rapid advancement of technology, hybrid college programs have become increasingly popular for students seeking flexibility in their education journey. Recent research revealed that 80% of students prefer that at least some of their education takes place online. Combining the convenience of online learning with the benefits of in-person instruction, hybrid programs offer a unique approach to help individuals accomplish their education goals. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the advantages of hybrid college programs and how they can empower students to achieve their educational aspirations.

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Practical Nursing vs. Associate Degree in Nursing: Which Is Right for You?

For anyone passionate about pursuing a career in nursing, deciding between a practical nursing program and an associate degree in nursing can seem daunting. This post will compare the two options, highlighting the differences in education, job responsibilities, and career prospects. Understanding these distinctions can help aspiring nurses make informed decisions about which path best suits their goals and aspirations.

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THE CRITICAL CARE NURSES GIVE MSAS

Posted on May 11, 2023 by Tower MSA Partners

In the second installment of our quarterly series, “Tower Partners: People Behind the Settlements,” and in celebration of Nurses Week, we spotlight Brittney O’Neal, our Director of Clinical Operations. A nurse, Brittney oversees the team of nurses that produces our Medicare Set-asides (MSAs).

There are so many elements and areas of expertise needed to develop an MSA that is fair, reasonable and compliant.  Or, as we say: optimized. If Tower’s MSA operation was in the shape of a wheel, Brittney would be the hub.  Read on to learn more about her and how our MSAs are written to be effective settlement tools.

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HCA Florida JFK North Hospital CEO to Deliver Keynote Address at HCI College’s Commencement Ceremony

West Palm Beach, Fla. – HCI College is pleased to announce that Ashley Vertuno, CEO of HCA Florida JFK North Hospital in West Palm Beach, will serve as the keynote commencement speaker at this year’s graduation ceremony. The event will take place on June 2, 2023 at the Spanish River High School Auditorium in Boca Raton.

As a leading healthcare provider in Florida, HCA Healthcare has made a significant commitment to nursing education and workforce development. The organization works closely with key partners like HCI College to enhance the school-to-career medical pipeline in Florida. HCA has already hired HCI College graduates in the past for meaningful career paths in the healthcare industry.

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HCI College Achieves One of Florida’s Highest Nursing Licensure Exam Pass Rates for 2022

By Florida Daily

HCI College, a private post-secondary nursing school, announced this week that it achieved an 89.1 percent National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) pass rate at its West Palm Beach campus in 2022 – one of the highest first-time pass rates of all AD-RN programs in South Florida.

The college’s nursing program flourished, achieving an NCLEX pass rate at its West Palm Beach campus, above the national average of 77.91 percent.

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Medical Assistants vs. Nurses: What’s the Difference?

When exploring a potential career, the educational requirements are some of the main considerations you need to consider. But before you enroll in a program, it’s also prudent to look into the career’s potential for growth. One of the fastest-growing industries is the healthcare sector. From 2021 to 2031, it’s projected to reach a job growth of 13 percent, opening as many as two million jobs in the course of 10 years. 

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How to become a Nurse after High School

Nursing is a high-demand career field. While it requires a certain level of education and training, beginning a career in Registered Nursing does not mean several more years of college and an extensive residency before entering the field.

RNs can begin in their career field with an associate’s degree, so it can be a great way to enter the medical field after high school.

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