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Texas Needs 10,000 Health IT Pros
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7/16/2012 | 4:17:16 PM
re: Texas Needs 10,000 Health IT Pros
Well , Texas may need those health workers but DO NOT look to these programs to get that accomplished. Texas State( and especially S. Fenton) is like all the other HITECH grant recipients. Just want the money -- don't really care if the student is trained, can pass an unsubstantiated or valid exam, or get a job. And then guess what ---no hospital or health care system will hire the graduates. Don't take my word for go to the grads-- My estimate less than 10% hire rate.

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