Health Information Management Program

Get Answers Now!

By submitting this form, you give CCNN your consent, without obligation to purchase services from CCNN, to be called and texted using automated technology regarding educational services at the number provided above. You can also call 775.856.2266.

The Intersection of Health, Business and IT

Health Information Management professionals perform a vital role in the healthcare industry. Their job is to oversee patient records, ensuring accuracy, timeliness and completeness. This role is also responsible for recording patient data for collection, storage, analysis, retrieval and reporting. Using classification systems, they assign clinical codes for insurance reimbursement and data analysis, all while adhering to strict confidentiality guidelines.

And it’s a growing field – according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in health information management are expected to grow by 8% by 2029, which means now is the perfect time to get started with training from Career College of Northern Nevada.

Health Information Management Training and Fundamentals

At CCNN, you can gain the skills and knowledge you need for a career in health information management, including:

  • Managing patients’ medical records
  • Overseeing insurance billing and coding processes for reimbursement and data analysis
  • Understanding medical terminology, pathophysiology, anatomy and physiology to assist doctors and nurses with daily tasks
  • Computer skills including spreadsheets, word processing systems and accounting software

Health Information Management Courses

In this 18-month program, you can learn the practical skills you need for success in this field with courses including:

  • Health Information Management
  • Anatomy and Physiology I
  • Pathology in Coding
  • Hospital Billing and Coding

You’ll also get real-world experience from a 120-hour externship, so you can start your career with confidence.

Change your life today. Start your Health Information Management training at CCNN today.

 

 

Learn More: