The Top 5 Allied Health Posts of 2017

January 04, 2018 16:38 PM (GMT-04:00)
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As 2018 makes its debut, it’s important to look back at the impact the previous 365 days have had on our lives. From devastating weather events to Presidential tweets, women marches to a total solar eclipse — this has been a year of lasting impressions. As memories go, Cross County Allied would like to share the top blog posts that have had the biggest influence on our Allied professionals.

Real Time Mobile Access to Travel Jobs

Find the latest and greatest travel and per diem allied healthcare assignments in your profession and specialty — right from your phone! Read here.

What is Teletherapy? And How is it Reshaping the Therapy Profession?

Teletherapy uses online technology to provide certain services to patients. Exactly what is this technique, and what does it mean for therapists and patients? This article explains what it’s all about. Read here.

Three Reasons You Might Want to Travel Alone During Your Next Assignment

When you travel alone on an assignment, the time is all yours. You’ll have the time to rest, read, work on a project, or just let the day happen… uninterrupted and guilt free. Read here.

Getting Started With Teletherapy: How to Help Without Even Leaving Your House!

Teletherapy is a convenient way for healthcare providers and patients to interact without the need to be physically present. This new line of therapy is discuss in this article. Read here.

Need a Change? Here Are Three Reasons to Become a Travel Physical Therapist

Many Americans wish they had more time to explore other parts of the country. As a travel physical therapist, you can chart your own course. Read here.
For these top stories and so many more, please visit our travel Cross Country Allied blog today!

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