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    Anthem Education Group Executive Leading H1N1 Seminar

    Phoenix, Sept. 22, 2009 – Tabitha Lyons, corporate program manager for the medical assisting program for Anthem Education Group, headquartered in Phoenix, will co-lead an industry discussion during a webinar for career college professionals, titled “H1N1 Planning and Response Considerations for Career Colleges.”

    The webinar will be offered to members of the Career College Association (CCA) on Thursday, Sept. 24 and feature discussion about how members can most effectively respond to H1N1 as it affects their campuses, including educating the campus community about prevention, personnel policies in relation to H1N1, dealing with increased absenteeism and business continuity planning.

    Lyons will be joined by Suzanne Blake, higher education emergency management specialist with James Lee Witt Associates.p>

    With more than 10 years of healthcare experience, Lyons is responsible for the development and maintenance of the Medical Assisting curriculum for all 22 Anthem Education Group's Medical Assistant programs across the country. She has been an instructor in the field of medical assisting and previously held positions as a medical assistant in various medical offices in a variety of settings.p>

    As a medical assistant, she was responsible for ensuring compliance of OSHA policies and went onto become an OSHA educator and HIPAA compliance specialist.

    After initially surfacing as a novel virus in the Spring of 2009, H1N1 has increased in prevalence throughout the U.S. The virus has affected more humans under the age of 25 years old than in any other age group. Institutions of higher education, therefore, are feeling the effects of H1N1 to a great degree, according to the CCA.

    About Anthem Education Group

    Anthem Education Group (AEG) is a Phoenix, Arizona-based family of schools and colleges that provides career focused training and education programs at 23 accredited institutions in 14 states and through online programs, offering masters, bachelors and associates degrees as well as diplomas. The Anthem Education Group family of schools, which has been providing quality post-secondary education for more than a century, includes Anthem College, Anthem College Online, Anthem Institute, Anthem College – Bryman School, Morrison University, Allied College and High-Tech Institute. For more information, visit

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