Electronic Health Records Online Training Program at Allied School
In a revolutionary effort to improve the way patient data is accurately maintained in a variety of health care settings, our medical industry is undergoing a historical transition from traditional paper records to digital records.
This initiative is also strongly emphasized under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and the current administration aims to digitize patient health records within the next five years.
That’s why early government research projects that approximately 212,000 jobs could be created from this movement.
If you are ready for this exciting challenge, Allied Medical School has the career training program for you – Electronic Health Records. Enhance your current medical training program or upgrade your present medical career with skills that are in-demand.
You can also meet your continuing education requirements - Allied's Electronic Health Records course is approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI) for 4 continuing education credits (CECs).
Be a valuable asset in a variety of health care settings by ensuring patient health records are accurate. Your expertise could help doctors make improved, live-saving diagnoses.
Call 888-501-7686 today and give your medical career a competitive edge with a background in electronic health records.
Electronic Health Records Course Information
Allied’s Electronic Health Records course will add a competitive edge to your current medical training program or help you stand out in your current medical position with skills your employer needs to make the digital transition.
This hands-on training course introduces electronic health records software applications that are commonly used in a medical setting.
Utilizing a “live” version of PracticePartner Electronic Health Records software, students can learn how to perform a variety of important tasks that are vital in every medical office.
Allied's Electronic Health Records course is approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI) for 4 continuing education credits (CECs).
What You Get
- Online Electronic Health Records Course
- Electronic Health Record “Booster” Kit for the Medical Office textbook
- PracticePartner software (included with textbook)
- Targeted Learning Objectives
- Practical Learning Assignments and Online Quizzes
- Online Final Exam – No Proctor Required
- Certificate Upon Successful Completion
*Please Note: This course is not compatible with Windows Vista.
What You Will Learn
- Recall the history and importance of electronic health records.
- Recall the standard functions of various EHR software programs.
- Utilize EHR software to practice creating patient records, importing health history records, and reading and interpreting patient files.
- Develop the knowledge and practical skills needed to effectively operate and utilize EHR software.
- Utilize the additional features of the EHR software.
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Why establish a strong background in Electronic Health Records?
When a patient visits any type of health facility, a record of all treatment outcomes and observations must be established. And all of this information must be represented in the form of a medical record.
The movement from paper to electronic health records aims to increase the accuracy for how patient data is collected and maintained. With a firm background in electronic health records, you can ensure patient data is complete so that doctors can make life-saving diagnoses.
All sectors of the medical industry, including doctors’ offices, outpatient centers, hospitals, nursing care facilities and home health care services, will benefit from the expertise of an individual with a firm background in electronic health records.
Additional opportunities may be found with insurance companies that handle health issues, public health departments for data collection and health care institutions for research.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), opportunities in the health information management sector are excellent.
- Technicians will be needed to enter patient information into computer databases to comply with Federal legislation mandating the use of electronic medical records
- Job prospects should be very good; technicians with a strong background in medical coding will be in particularly high demand
- Employment of medical records and health information technicians is expected to increase by 18 percent through 2016—faster than the average for all occupations
- Medical records and health information technicians held about 170,000 jobs in 2006
Don’t delay another minute - call Allied today at 888-501-7686.