Why, for hospital purposes to dictate salary? I am curious though, what
would the Bachelor's degree be in? Anything?
Did I start a Friday Flame It Up Discussion? If so, I apologize.
At 03:44 AM 6/1/2007, you wrote:
>While Jennifer is absolutely correct I must mention one issue. I know
>of hospital labs that give their techs the title of HT or HTL based on
>education (degree vs. non-degree) BUT requires no ASCP examination.
>Basically, some hospitals simply bestow the title of HTL is you have a
>Bachelor's and get trained on the job. If you do not have the degree
>but they train you they give you the title of HT. So unless you see ASCP
>after that HT or HTL, it may not mean what you think it does.
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