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Health Information Management is the body of knowledge and practice that ensures the availability of health information to facilitate real-time healthcare delivery and critical health-related decision making for multiple purposes across diverse organizations, settings, and disciplines. Health Information Technology is a blend between business, science, and information technologies. Important Information for Program Clinical Health Informatics Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement If you love computers and want to play a crucial role in health care, consider this every-changing and growing field. Learn to test, troubleshoot, and install critical programs and support electronic medical records. Program Application Student Handbook Student Success Information Certification This program is designed to prepare students for an ever-changing and constantly growing field. Students will cover a wide range of topics including health information management, IT Essentials (A+ Certification), health technology systems, health information governance, cybersecurity, medical terminology, the electronic health record, computer applications, continuous quality improvement, health informatics, coding, healthcare statistics, healthcare reimbursement, continuous quality improvement, resource management, and legal issues. They will receive hands-on experience with the newest technological innovations available in the Health Information field. The Health Information Technology associate degree program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). Graduates of the MTC program qualify for accreditation in the health information management field by passing the national certification examination requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Who is the CAHIMS credential for? Individuals looking to work in a healthcare setting or mid-level professionals seeking a career change Those who want to learn more about health IT, including clinicians Non-IT professionals, working in other departments, who work as an extension of the IT department Those enrolled in an academic program at the undergraduate or graduate level, i.e. healthcare informatics, CAHME-accredited programs, Masters in Healthcare Administration, or other students Veterans returning from active duty. What you’ll learn You’ll also have hands-on experience with the newest technological healthcare innovations through the AHIMA virtual lab/Neehr Perfect and direct clinical experience in area healthcare facilities. Select hardware and software and use software applications and technology in the completion of Health Information Management processes. Participate in the planning, design, selection, implementation, integration, testing, evaluation, and support for EHRs including the installation, usage, and maintenance of the EHRs. Apply knowledge of database architecture and design (such as data dictionary) to meet departmental needs. Use appropriate electronic or imaging technology for data/record storage. Query and generate reports to facilitate information retrieval using appropriate software. Assess workflows, work with vendors, install and test systems, diagnose IT problems, and train staff on systems Apply legal principles, policies, regulations, and standards for the control, use, and dissemination of healthcare information. Apply principles of supervision and leadership and the tools used to effectively manage human, financial, and physical resources. Recognize and problem-solve situations within the healthcare environment. Career Pathway Health Information Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree Career Information Check out career choices at Career Coach. Key Employers AETNA RESOURCES LLC MARION GOODWILL INDUSTRIES IN APRIA HEALTHCARE LLC. MARION TECHNICAL COLLEGE ARROWHEAD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH L MARY RUTAN HOSPITAL (INC.) ASSOCIATED HYGIENIC PRODUCTS MAUK MEDICAL LLC ATC HEALTHCARE SERVICES INC. MEDCOMM PAYROLL SERVICES INC. AVITA HEALTH SYSTEM (INC) MERCY HEALTH-DEFIANCE HOSPITAL BLANCHARD VALLEY CONTINUING CA MOOKAR INDUSTRIES CENTER STREET COMMUNITY CLINIC MORROW COUNTY HOSPITAL CENTRAL OHIO PRIMARY CARE PHYS MOUNT GILEAD EXEMPTED VILLAGE CIOX HEALTH LLC NATIONWIDE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL CITY OF DEFIANCE NTHRIVE INC CITY OF MOUNT VERNON OHIO DISTRICT 5 AREA AGENCY ON COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES OHIOHEALTH CORPORATION CONCERNED CITIZENS AGAINST VIO OHIOHEALTH PHYSICIAN GROUP IN CORA HEALTH SERVICE INC OPTUM SERVICES INC. CRAWFORD COUNTY AUDITOR ORTHOPEDIC ONE INC DEBRA A. GARVERICK PARAMOUNT CARE INC. DELAWARE CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION PARMINDER B SINGH MD INC DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH PHYSICIANS FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH DOLGEN MIDWEST LLC PREMIER ALLERGY LLC DR. STEPHEN W. RITZ PRISTINE SENIOR LIVING OF WILL ELGIN LOCAL BOARD OF EDUCATION RITE AID OF OHIO INC. FINDLAY CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION RUSSELL D. HATFIELD DDS MS L GALION COMMUNITY HOSPITAL INC SARAH MOORE HEALTH CARE CENTER GLEN A. MCMURRAY D.D.S. & ASSO SEDGWICK CLAIMS MANAGEMENT SER GLOBAL MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS I SPECIALIZED ORTHOPAEDICS & SPORTS HARDING MEMORIAL HEALTHCARE TERRA COMMUNITY COLLEGE HEALTH MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS I LAKIREDDY DENTAL LLC HEARTLAND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES LHC GROUP INC. IN RECORD TIME INC. LICKING COUNTY AUDITOR COUNTY JAMES A. GOTTFRIED M.D. INC. LIMA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (INC.) JOINT TOWNSHIP DISTRICT MEMORIAL MARION AREA COUNSELING CENTER KNO HO CO COMMUNITY ACTION COM MARION AREA PHYSICIANS LLC KNOX COMMUNITY HOSPITAL (INC. MARION CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION LAKIREDDY DENTAL LLC VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGIES GROUP IN LHC GROUP INC. WAPAKONETA CITY SCHOOLS BOARD LIMA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (INC.) WEST CENTRAL OHIO GROUP LTD. MARION AREA COUNSELING CENTER WOOD HEALTH COMPANY LLC MARION AREA PHYSICIANS LLC WYANDOT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MARION CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION Health Information Technology Student Success Plan Graduation Academic Year 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Graduates 26 21 20 21 Graduates working for an Ohio Employer 17 17 19 8 Annualized Median Wages (worked at least 10 weeks) $38,840 $27,452 $29,984 $27,232* NOTE: The median annualized salary is based on graduates who worked for an Ohio Employer at least 6 weeks from 10/1/17-12/31/18. More recent graduates just starting their positions are likely to earn less than graduates who have been working for a number of years. *Most Graduates in 2018 would not have earned a degree in the wage reporting period. AHIMA Certification Exam Results – MTC Students- **First Time Test Takers 55% 57% 56% 100%** 100%** AHIMA Certification Exam Results – National Pass Rate 65% 67% 69% 75%* 71%* Application Process Limited Enrollment To apply for acceptance into the Health Information Technology program, your application file should contain the following: MTC Application for Admission and nonrefundable application fee. American College Test (ACT) scores with a minimum composite score of 18, or successful completion of college-level required program courses with a minimum accumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Successful completion of the ACT or Basic Skills Assessment (Next Gen Accuplacer) in reading, writing, and mathematics. Final high school transcript (or GED results) and college transcripts (if applicable). A minimum 2.5 accumulative grade point average (GPA) in high school or college-level courses (whichever is most recent). Completed Health Information Technology application. If required, College Foundation courses are available to help you meet any specialized program admission requirements. A complete listing of all requirements and policies/procedures for the program is available in the Health Information Technology Handbook. Accreditation and Certification Information MTC’s Health Information Technology Program is designed to prepare students for this ever-changing and constantly growing field. Within the program, students will cover a wide range of including health information management, medical terminology, the electronic health record, computer applications, health informatics, coding, healthcare statistics, healthcare reimbursement, continuous quality improvement, resource management, and legal issues. Students actively work with health information and receive hands-on experience with the newest technological innovations available. The program also provides direct clinical experience in area healthcare facilities. The Health Information Technology associate degree program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). CAHIIM can be located at 233 N. Michigan Ave., 21st Floor, Chicago, IL 60601-5800, ph. 312.233.1100, and through their website: www.cahiim.org For More Information, Contact: Admission Office Marion Technical College 1467 Mt. Vernon Ave. Marion, OH 43302 Email: email@example.com 740.389.4636 Or you may contact: Christina Manley, MAEd., RHIT Marion Technical College The Margie White Director of Health Information Technologies 1467 Mt Vernon Ave. Marion, Oh 43302 740-389-4636 ext 4105 firstname.lastname@example.org Certificate Curriculum Degree Curriculum Faculty Sorry no post found.