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 shouldbeableto:
- 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 makedecisions and run their operations.
- Utilize classification systems and medical terminologies to organize patient healthinformation and medical records, administer computer information systems, andcollect and analyze patient data.


Upon successful completion of this program, studentswillbe prepared to sit for the RHIT Exam. Proof ofcourse completion is required , and applicants must pass the exam within one year from the date of training completion.

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