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Healthcare Information Technology

Healthcare Information Technology Program

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Curriculum Details​

Study and train for administrative careers in healthcare with our Healthcare Information Technology degree program! Explore healthcare delivery systems, ways to mitigate risks and monitor legal changes, issues healthcare administrators face, and more. Enrollment is on a rolling basis and programs begin every five to 10 weeks.
Only those enrolled in the hybrid track of this program are eligible for externship opportunities.

Hybrid TrackAugusta, GA
Award: Associate of Occupational Science degree
Length: 92 credits; 18 months
Hybrid TrackChattanooga, TN
Award: Associate of Applied Science degree
Length: 92 credits; 18 months
Online Track – Only offered through the Chattanooga campus
Award: Associate of Applied Science degree
Length: 92 credits; 18 months

Skills You'll Cover in the healthcare information technology program

Explore drug classifications, the relationship between the disease process and medications, drug interactions, and more.  

 Discover proper procedures for completing, maintaining, and preserving health information as well as the relationship between health information management and the health care delivery system. 

Examine the health information management profession, healthcare delivery systems, accreditation and certification applicable to health records, and more. 

 Practice using coding systems and resources to accurately code inpatient and outpatient diagnoses, procedures, and services. 

Explore common types of insurance such as PPOs, HMOs, and Individual Plans and practice how to process insurance claims. 


Practice interpreting and analyzing the results of healthcare research, making sound judgment about data analysis, discovering appropriate uses for statistics, and more. 

 Study the legal aspects of health information, confidentiality, statutes governing the release of health information, how to monitor legal changes, and more. 

 Practice how to use CPT, ICD-10-CM, and Level II (HCPCS) to assign diagnostic and procedural codes. 

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What Can I Do After Successfully Completing This Program?

Graduates of Miller-Motte’s Healthcare Information Technology program can seek employment* in entry-level healthcare careers such as:

*MMC cannot guarantee employment or salary.

  • Medical Records Specialists
  • Medical Billers
  • Medical Coders
  • Health Information Technologist

Take The First Step Toward Your Next Career by Enrolling in the Healthcare Information Technology Program Today!

We’re ready to help you get an education for the future you want. If you are ready to take the next step on your new journey in vocational or skills-based education, Miller-Motte is ready to help.