The Healthcare employee with training in Electronic Healthcare Record performs routine clerical and organizational tasks. The Electronic Health Records Coordinator will become the primary leader of documenting, transmitting, and securing patient information. A basic knowledge of medical terminology, electronic health records, and hospital or laboratory procedures is preferred. The nation is entering a new era of health care where providers must use electronic health records to improve patients’ health and the way health care is delivered in this country. Healthcare employees with EHR training may find employment in hospitals, chiropractors, medical and dental offices.
According to American Hospital Association’s Survey of IT adoption results indicate 15.1% of acute care hospitals have adopted at least a “basic” Electronic Health Record. That represents growth of nearly 75% since 2008. The widespread adoption of Electronic Health Record necessitates training and upgrading skills for healthcare workers who will interface with patients and their Electronic Health Record at the point of care.
The Electronic Health Record student will complete instructional and laboratory procedures for, on average, a period up to 14 weeks in length. Successful completion of all courses is required to receive a program certificate of completion.
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