Electronic Health Records provide a principal service to doctor's offices, and
healthcare facilities. Electronic health records are widely-used to manage health and treatment records
and for insurance and payment purposes. Electronic Health Records work at almost
all healthcare facilities. They manage and organize health information databases and registries
ensuring the accuracy, accessibility, privacy and security of a patients health information. Electronic
Health Records often evaluate patient records for timeliness, completeness, accuracy, and
appropriateness of data. Electronic Health Records are responsible for electronically
recording data for collection, storage, evaluation, retrieval and reporting, assuring the compliance of
all electronic health records data and procedures.
Electronic Health Recordss and Health Information Technicians held about 186,300 jobs in
2012. The need for Electronic Health Recordss is expected to rise. As our baby boomer
generation grows older they are going to need more medical-related procedures, testing, and treatments.
Electronic health records ( EHRs ) is increasingly becoming used by all types of health care facilities
to record all aspects of health information. Electronic Health Recordss are needed to manage
and organize the associated information. As EHR systems continue to become more widespread, Electronic
Health Recordss will be needed to utilize them. Prospects will be best for those with an
associate degree with a specialization in Electronic Health Records.
The median annual wage for Health Information Technicians was $34,160 in May 2012. The median wage
is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned
less. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $22,250, and the top 10 percent earned more than
NAHCE's Online Electronic Health Records Continuing Health Education Courses is
structured around convenient, flexible, and affordable online courses providing an excellent opportunity to become
a specialist in this growing and rewarding field. The
NAHCE Online Electronic Health Records learning platform is packed full of
media-based activities and exercises including educational videos and simulations, collaborative class discussions
and interactive activities. It is the most intuitive user experience available today for any learning system and
you can conveniently utilize it at your leisure 24 hours a day.
After successful completion of this study course students have the ability to
participate in the
Health Education WORKFORCE PROGRAM to perform skills
required of a practicing Electronic Health Records. Begin your search now for the ideal
NAHCE sponsored externship and future job opportunities with NAHCE's
Health Career Staffing Center.
This study course presents a logical understanding of the language of
medicine introducing building and utilizing a medical vocabulary through the use of prefixes, suffixes,
word roots, and combining forms/vowels. Emphasis is placed on correct spelling, pronunciation, and
knowing the correct definitions of many medical terms:
rules for taking a singular term and making it plural are studied
These principles are applied to the study of the following systems :
Our advanced courses meet continuing educational requirements for National Certification in this field of specialization.
NAHCE is an approved training provider for the NHA National Certification Exams accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and issues s
through National Healthcareer Association, Inc.
NAHCE is a Continuing Health Education provider and agent for the NHA National Certification
Exams accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and issues s
National Healthcareers Association, Inc.
In order to qualify as a candidate for
NAHCE Sponsored Certification Testing an individual must obtain one of the
Be confirmed as a graduate of a recognized Electronic Health Records Courses or School.
Confirmed employment by a medical facility as an electronic Health Records for a
minimum of 2 years.