Business Studies - Medical Information Technology
The Medical Information Technology Program affords students the opportunity to specialize in the medical information technology field through a variety of credentials and options. Students receive training in medical records, transcription, accounting, medical insurance and coding, and electronic medical software as well as basic computer applications.
Where can I work?
Medical records and health information technicians are mostly in offices of physicians, nursing care facilities, outpatient care centers, and home health care services. Insurance firms that deal in health matters employ a small number of health information technicians to tabulate and analyze health information. Public health departments also employ technicians to supervise data collection from health care institutions and to assist in research.
How much will I earn?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the national median annual wage for occupations in this area of study is $33,310. Find Out More
How long will it take to complete the program?
This program usually takes 4 semesters to complete.
What are the program options?
Associate in Applied Sciences (AAS):
- Electronic Medical Records Track
- Medical Administrative Track
- Medical Coding Track
- Medical Office Management Track
- Medical Transcription Track
- Medical Administrative Assistant
- Medical Records Specialist
- Electronic Health Records Specialist
- Hospital Admissions Specialist
- Medical Coding
- Medical Receptionist
- Medical Scribe
- Medical Transcriptionist
- Medical Unit Coordinator
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