Health Information Technology

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Are you a self-motivated healthcare or IT professional with an eye toward a promising future in IT healthcare? The Health Information Technology (HIT) program at ACC is an intensive, on-line program designed to prepare you to obtain dual certifications as a Certified Healthcare Technology Specialist - Implementation Specialist (CHTS-IS) and a Technical /Software Support Specialist (CHTS-TS). These certifications will not only enhance your resume, they can pave the way to a rewarding HIT career in the ever-expanding healthcare arena.

The Road to a New IT Future

ACC's Health Information Technology program empowers you to complete your certification quest in just two semesters. The on-line format is ideal for the busy professional who has a strong desire for achievement but must manage to a tight schedule. Once you've completed your studies, you may sit for both certification exams which have been developed by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

  • Certified Healthcare Tech Specialist - Implementation Support Specialist (CHTS-IS)
  • Certified Healthcare Tech Specialist - Technical/Software Support Specialist (CHTS-TS)

Get Started Now!

Contact a program coordinator and start on the road to obtaining your Healthcare Information Technology certifications today. Whether you're looking to begin a new career or add to an already thriving one, this outstanding HIT certification program is a step in the right direction!

Program Information

Tuition
Estimated Tuition
$2,800
Length
Time Commitment
8 Months
10-20 Hours / Week

Program Downloads

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Health Information Technology Classes

A Health Information Technology professional is someone who is qualified to support the adoption, implementation, maintenance and usage of Electronic Health Records (EHRs), information exchange across healthcare providers and public health authorities, and the redesign of workflows within healthcare settings to gain the quality and efficiency benefits of EHRs.

SEMESTER I

The Language of Healthcare & Public Health IT

Working with Health IT Systems

Networking & Health Information Exchange

SEMESTER II

Installation & Maintenance of IT Systems Configuring E.H.R.'s

Vendor Specific HIT Systems

Professionalism & Customer Service

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