Health Information Technology

By studying health information technology, you will be prepared and qualified to work in fields that involve tasks like the structure and analysis of healthcare data, the coding and indexing of information, the management of retention and reimbursement systems for health insurance claims, the analysis and management of healthcare statistics and health record evaluations, and verbal and written communication. If you'd like to work on the administration side of healthcare, then health information technology may be right for you. To find out, browse through the links suggested below.

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Quick Fact
In 2017, workers with a bachelor's degree or higher had almost twice as much
median earnings per week than workers with only a high school diploma*.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics