Health Information Technology
Are you interested in a dynamic career in a growing profession? Then a career in Health Information Management may be for you.
As a Registered Health Information Technician, you will play an important role in helping the healthcare system work. You will use diverse talents because the field of Health Information Management combines patient care, technology, and management.
Based on your skills, education, and interests, positions that may be available to you are:
- Medical Staff Services
- Health Data Analyst
- Quality Improvement Analyst
- Insurance Claims Analyst
- Records Technician
- Clinical Coding Specialist
- Physician Practice Manager
- Patient Information Coordinator
- Medical Paralegal
Registered Health Information Technicians are employed by hospitals, clinics, health maintenance organizations, insurance companies, law firms, physicians, mental healthcare facilities, health data organizations, nursing homes, consulting firms, and information system vendors.
Graduates of Darton's Health Information Technology Program are eligible to write the national certification examination given by the American Health Information Management Association to become Registered Health Information Technicians.
The Health Information Technology Program at Darton College is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education in association with the American Health Information Management Association.
The Health Sciences division is responsible for the information on this page.
To inquire about the Health Information Technology program, please contact Latoya Dennard or Misty C. Neal.
For questions regarding content, or for further information, please contact Dr. Kerri Johnson.
Last Update: March 3, 2015 4:32 PM
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