HIT240G - Directed Practice II: PPE
This course is the capstone to the Health Information Technology program. The purpose of the HIT PPE (professional practice experience) is to offer further information technology development experience for students that addresses significant application issues specific to the health domain. The internship is an opportunity for students to apply theories, ideas, principles, and skills learned in the classroom to Health IT practice. This course will be offered in an 8-week format with a total of 96 hours of student/PPE site interaction.
- Intro to Health Information Technology
- Electronic Health Record
- Pharmacology for the HIT Professional
- Quality Improvement
- Computer Applications in Health Care
- Classification Systems
- Directed Practices I: PPE
- Medical Coding I
- Medical Coding II
- Insurance for the Medical Office
Prerequisites: All core courses HIT120G, HIT130G, HIT140G, HIT210G, HIT215G, HIT230G, HIT220G, MOAA130G, MOAA210G and MOAA212G. Admission to Health Information Technology program.