What does a Health Information Technology professional do?
The Health Informatics and Information Technology A.A.S. degree is an administrative, applied technology degree for students interested in a non-clinical care profession in the health care industry.
Students who complete this degree will find employment in various health care settings, insurance companies, government agencies, technology companies, and consulting firms as health information technicians, clinical documentation specialists, compliance managers, quality assurance officers, medical informatics managers, charge description managers, case mix analysts, health data analysts, EHR system managers, IT training specialists, and workflow and data analysts.
What do I need to get a Health Information Technology job?
Offers students who currently hold a national certification as a Medical Coder and/or have five years’ experience as a coder, the opportunity to prepare for a career in health care information technology. Students are eligible to take the Registered Health Information Technician Certification offered through the American Health Information Management Association.
What is the median salary of a Health Information Technology professional?
- $46,850 per year