This training program will include Register Health Information Administrator and Register Health Information Technician education content.
Register Health Information Administrator
Providers, payers, and patients rely heavily on RHIAs for coordination of care. They have comprehensive knowledge of medical, administrative, ethical, and legal requirements and standards related to healthcare delivery and patient privacy.
RHIAs work in a variety of settings in the healthcare industry, including hospitals, multispecialty clinics, physician practices, long-term care, mental health and other ambulatory settings. Non-patient care settings include managed care and insurance companies, software vendors, consulting services, government agencies, education, and pharmaceutical companies.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Managing people and operational units, serving on administrative committees, and preparing budgets are among the responsibilities they possess.
- Communicate with all levels of an organization, including clinical, financial, administrative, and information systems, which use patient data to make decisions and run their operations.
- Utilize classification systems and medical terminologies to organize patient health information and medical records, administer computer information systems, and collect and analyze patient data.
Eligibility Requirements: Before applying to take the RHIA exam, you must meet one of the following eligibility requirements:
- Successfully complete the baccalaureate-level academic requirements of a Health Information Management (HIM) program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM)¹; or
- Successfully complete the Master’s-level academic requirements of an HIM program accredited by the CAHIIM; or
- Successfully complete the academic requirements of an HIM Certificate of the Degree (Post-Baccalaureate) program approved by the CAHIIM; or
- Graduate from an HIM program approved by a foreign association with which AHIMA has a reciprocity agreement²;
Register Health Information Technician
The majority of RHITs work in hospitals, but they are also employed by physician offices, nursing homes, home health agencies, and mental health facilities. RHITs may also be employed by any organization using patient data or health information, such as pharmaceutical companies, law firms, insurance companies, and health product vendors.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Verify the accuracy, completeness, and proper entry of medical records into computer systems.
- Utilizes computer applications to collect and analyze patient data for the purpose of improving patient care or controlling costs.
- Specialize in coding diagnoses and procedures for reimbursement and research in patient records. RHITs may also serve as cancer registrars, compiling and maintaining patient data.
Candidates must meet one of the following eligibility requirements to sit for the RHIT examination:
- Successfully complete the academic requirements, at an associate degree level, of a Health Information Management (HIM) program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM); or
- Graduate from an HIM program approved by a foreign association with which AHIMA has a reciprocity agreement
Upon successful completion of Registered Health Information Administrator and/or Registered Health Information Technician, students will be prepared to sit for:
RHIA and/or RHIT Exam
Proof of course completion is required, and applicants must pass the exam within one year from the date of training completion.
Note: Inclusion of National Certification exam vouchers vary from school and payment / finance method. To check if they are included, you may message any of our advisors through any of our available channels here.
+ Are these courses associated with an accredited school?
These courses are offered by Texas A&M University Texarkana, in partnership with Job Training Courses (JTC). Texas A&M University-Texarkana is a regionally accredited institution and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
+ Are there available financial aids (FAFSA, Pell Grant, etc)?
We currently do not have support for federal or state grants. However, we offer zero interest payment plans for up to 12 months. Students can take advantage of these payment plans without worrying about credit check.
+ Can I verify if this is legitimate?
Yes. You may contact Texas A&M University - Texarkana directly. Please see the contact information below:
+ I'm located at a different state. Can I take this program?
Yes. These programs are designed to be portable and accessible wherever you are in the country. Please note however that it is important for you to check state requirements to ensure that the program will be accepted in the state you will be employed in.
+ I'm located outside of the US. Can I take this program?
Yes. These programs are designed to be portable and accessible wherever you are. However, please note that certain programs are only designed to be taken for employment within the United States. An example of this are the Healthcare programs.
+ If I cannot complete the program within the prescribed duration, what are my options?
We offer program extensions for a certain period at no extra cost. Please message us here to speak with one of our advisors.
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