Thank You, Everyone.
The position is for intake. I think the interview went fairly well, given that it's only the 2nd one I've had in about 20 years! My only concern is that I may have been too formal/stiff.... but my interviewer was that way as well.
I consider myself a good fit because: current license, recently took college credits in Health Information Management, A &P, Business Computer Applications, and Medical Terminology. I was seek a degree in Health Information Management, but the online program I was in proved to be disappointing. (and yes, it was a 'real' college-Midland College.)
So when he asked me "So, since 2008, it's been just PRN work at the allergy clinic?" I was able to respoind, "Since 2008 I have taken the following classes...."
I emphasized how comfortable with computers and learning new software I am, as evidenced by learning Medisoft when it was fairly new in 1994, to my recent college classes.
One huge negative I know is my lack of homecare and Medicare experience.
Anyway, he said this was only the first interview, so I hope there will be a 2nd. I bit my tongue (pun intended!) about my dental work when he asked if I had any schedule restrictions. I only replied that I could not work before 8 am. He asked why, and I said I had to get my kids to school. I know, mentioning kids is not a great thing, but gosh I just did not want to lie. He also said the hours sometimes go till 6 or 7 pm, to which I replied that was fine.
I am still pondering when to bring up the dental work? Second interview? At offer stage? If questioned, I plan to say I had to firm information as far as the schedule of the dental work, which is true. Still don't.
Thanks for reading!