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eHIM Certificate Program

In collaboration with the Networking and Convergence Technologies degree, the Health Information Technology (HIT) program is pleased to offer a 47-credit certificate in e-HIM (electronic-Health Information Management). The certificate will complement the Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) credential, as well as graduates of the Networking & Cyber Security degree, by providing skills which will allow graduates to become a vital part of any health information management IT team working to develop and/or manage health information electronically.

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Completion of the Networking & Cyber Security degree program OR completion of Health Information Technology degree program. Or Program Chair permission and completion of CU 105 (or CU 102 and CU 103), ENGL& 101, and BUS 110 with a minimum grade of C for each class.

BUS 102 or HIT 242Customer Service / Leadership & Managment I2 (5)
CU 105Word I, Excel I5
CU 108Outlook2
CU 110Access I2
CU 203Excel II3
CU 210Access II3
HIT 110Healthcare Delivery Systems5
HIT 125Health Data Structure, Content, and Standards5
HIT 130 or HIT 105Medical Terminology I / Comprehensive Medical Terminology3 (5)
HIT 126Health Information Technologies5
IT 230Introduction to Project Management2
IT 246Data Modeling & Database Implementation5
IT 274Network Security Fundamentals5

NOTE: The contents of this publication shall not be construed as a contract between Tacoma Community College and prospective or enrolled students. Every effort has been made to insure its correctness, but college regulations and program requirements may change during the period in which it is in force. In the event of a change in regulations or program requirements, the current regulations shall govern. It is the policy of Tacoma Community College to provide an environment in which faculty, staff and students can work and study free from harassment or discrimination. It is the policy of Tacoma Community College, District 22 to prohibit discrimination on the basis of, and provide equal opportunity and equal access to itsprograms and services without regard to, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, sexual identity, age, marital status, status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability. Inquiries regarding TCC’s non-discrimination policies may be directed to the Human Resources office in Bldg. 18.

Program costs and employment outlook provided by Gainful Employment initiative - eHIM

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