Health Information Technology Training
Short-term training. Long-term impact.
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, will provide efficient, essential training in high-demand health information technology areas.
Health information technology is a large and growing field – the implementation of electronic health records alone may require up to 50,000 additional HIT professionals. It is also a field that requires specialized skills. The Health Information Technology training offered by Cincinnati State provides short-term training in specific roles that support the implementation of electronic health records. You can earn a standardized, non-degree certificate of completion along with the skills, confidence, and connections you need to thrive in the HIT field – all in six months or less.
Flexible, accessible programming
Cincinnati State will offer all of the program’s course content online providing maximum flexibility in schedule, location, and learning style.
Job-specific training for essential workforce roles
The programs provide general workforce skills, but also job-specific training so you’re ready to go to work in one of the following roles:
- Practice workflow and information management redesign specialists
- Implementation support specialists
- Implementation managers
- Technical/software support staff
Excellent employment outlook
With the implementation of electronic health records across the country, there is no doubt qualified professionals will be in high demand. In addition, Cincinnati State is developing strong partnerships with regional extension centers and work force investment programs, as well as physician practices, software vendors, and consultants to establish the connections you need to secure a position or advance your career.
How can I participate?
To be eligible for these short term programs, you need to have experience in either an information technology (IT) or information system (IS) role in a business or healthcare environment; or have experience working in healthcare, clinical practice, medical records, Health Information Management, medical billing, or hospital business. Whether you are currently in a related job or are currently seeking your next employment opportunity, the training provided by Cincinnati State Technical and Community College can help you advance.
For more information
Program Manager, Health Information Technology