The Health Information Technology (HIT) program is designed to prepare graduates for employment in the field of health information management technology. Entry-level Health Information Technicians may be employed in a variety of health care settings. These include hospitals, physician’s offices, long-term care facilities, ambulatory surgical centers, home health agencies, public health departments, insurance companies and software vendors.
Enrollment has grown steadily since 2003; increasing by 100% since 2008. The availability of part-time and online enrollment has allowed students to remain in the program while working full-time and/or caring for families.
As of 2018:
- Student satisfaction rate: 100%
- Retention Rate: 99%
- Success in obtaining HIM credential: 71%
Program Student Learning Outcomes
At the end of the program, the graduate will be able to:
- Compute, interpret and analyze healthcare statistics.
- Gather, interpret, analyze and monitor data used for quality management and performance improvement programs that relate to Health Information Technology and Health Information Management.
- Analyze and validate coding and coding data for accuracy and compliance with federal and coding guidelines.
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