Complete Your Electronic Health Records Training with Miller-Motte College in Wilmington and Discover a New Career
Work well with numbers? Enjoy working with people? Always wanted a career in the medical field? If yes, then Electronic Health Records training is perfect for you.
With Miller-Motte College, you can earn your Electronic Health Records Associate of Applied Science degree in as little as 20 months. Our Electronic Health Records program will ensure that you can find the right career for you, and it is already doing just that for students in Wilmington, Hampstead, Burgaw, Carolina Beach and Leland.
Plus, our Electronic Health Records program is a Hybrid track program. What does this mean for you? You will take most of your coursework online with video, audio and text-based lessons and interactive discussion groups. You’ll then spend a few hours each week at the campus for face-to-face training. It’s the best of both worlds, for your convenience.
Become a Medical Records and Health Information Technician
Classes in Electronic Health Records will allow you to become a vital member of the healthcare industry. Miller-Motte College’s Lifetime Career Services will give you experience before you graduate and qualified instructors will train you in courses like:
- Medical Office Systems: This course provides a working knowledge of the administrative and financial duties performed by an allied health professional in the medical office setting, including the utilization of EHR software simulations. Students learn to organize and plan assigned tasks, set priorities, work under pressure, develop initiative, and make decisions as a member of the healthcare team.
- Medical Coding: This course provides the primary skills needed for medical procedural and diagnostic coding. Emphasis is placed on the use of coding manuals to assign diagnostic and procedural codes for the medical billing process.
- Medical Insurance Billing: Students will identify and explain the guidelines of Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), Traditional Insurance, Group Plans, Individual Plans and Government Sponsored Plans. Students will learn about completing CMS1500 Claim Forms, and processing and billing insurance claims. Students will examine methods of pre-certification, pre-authorization and referrals.
In addition to your classroom training, an externship course will prepare you to become a Medical Records and Health Information Technician with the hands-on experience you need in a real-world workplace environment. For more information about our Electronic Health Records program, download our Course Catalog.
Potential Careers with Electronic Health Records Specialist Training
It can be difficult to find an enjoyable career that also has good job security. However, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 15% growth rate for Medical Records and Health Information Technicians by 2024, making it a great career choice. Upon completing Electronic Health Records training, you’ll be qualified to be a Medical Records and Health Information Technician.
As a Medical Records Technician, your strong organizational skills will make you vital to any medical practice. You’ll be an expert in the field of Electronic Medical Records and technology, and your training will make you highly valuable as more and more medical practices switch to electronic patient records and new software.
Call Now to Learn More about Our Electronic Health Records Program
If you want the kind of medical industry career that lets you make a difference in people’s lives, Miller-Motte College’s Electronic Health Records Associate of Applied Science Degree is right for you. We will prepare you for the workplace by helping you gain skills and knowledge pertinent to your future career. Call us at 800.705.9182 today or click here for more information about our Electronic Health Records program.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Medical Records and Health Information Technicians,
on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/medical-records-and-health-information-technicians.htm (visited December 02, 2016).