HIT 101: Healthcare Terminology for the Health Information Technology Professional
This class is no longer offered as of Spring/Summer 2015.
Healthcare Terminology for the Health Information Technology Professional introduces the student to the medical terminology used in the medical coding and reimbursement profession, and covers medical terminology and anatomy from a coder's perspective. This course would be valuable for anyone preparing for a career in any non-clinical medical profession, and strongly recommended for anyone who is preparing for any AHIMA or AAPC certification examination.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
- Lecture Hours
- Clinical Hours
- Lab Hours
- Other Hours
- Total Hours
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