Health Information Technology at SBBCollege
Health Information Technology Programs in California
The SBBCollege associate's in health information technology degree program in California helps students prepare to work in administrative positions in medical facilities and health-related organizations.
The SBBCollege associate’s program in health information technology aims to help students build a foundation in administrative and technical skills that help medical offices and facilities provide the best services for their patients. Courses in this program cover several core areas, including:
• Medical Document Coding
• Advanced Medical Coding
• Medical Billing
• Insurance Forms
• Electronic Health Records
Graduates of the SBBCollege degree in health information technology program are eligible to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC-A) examination administered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).
A degree in health information technology would benefit those seeking the following types of positions:
• Health Information Clerk
• Medical Records Analyst
• Medical Records Coordinator
In locations such as:
• Dental Offices
• Doctors' Offices
• Insurance Companies
• Medical Clinics
• Residential Care Facilities
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Health Information Technology Online
SBBCollege strives to offer students from all over the world a chance to earn a degree through online learning. By enrolling in the College's health information technology program online, you can join the online network of peers, faculty and alumni who continue the College's 120-year history of success.
The health information technology program is offered at every SBBCollege campus location. Plus, SBBCollege’s program offered online can be a convenient way to further your education, even if you don’t live near one of the College's five campuses. SBBCollege provides online students 24/7 technical support and the benefit of education in a flexible learning format.
Looking for a bachelor's degree in healthcare administration?
SBBCollege offers a bachelor's degree program in healthcare administration on campus and online that can be completed in just over three years.
Contact SBBCollege today for more information about the health information technology associate’s degree program.
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