The job of a health information technologist is critical to providing quality health care. Health information technologist is responsible for recording symptoms and medical history, previous medical exam reports and treatment plans, laboratory test results, and other doctors' diagnoses. Learn more about educational and career paths as a health information technician
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Health information management and health information technician are two career paths in a booming industry that is projected to add 5.6 million jobs through 2022. Check out this infographic to see which one is right for you.
Discover the history of Heath Information Technology (HIT) through the 21st Century.
A career isn't always a linear progression-sometimes you have to zigzag and stumble a bit through different jobs until you find the right fit. Bloomington, Minn., health information technology grad Katrina Oberhelman did her fair share of zigzagging before finding her way into a career in the medical field. This is how she made her way there from a start as a would-be firefighter.
Land O' Lakes, Fla., student Lesley Johns had hit a peak professionally. Her career had plateaued after years of working as an LPN, so in an effort to broaden her career horizon she decided to branch out and enroll in Rasmussen College's health information technology program.
Deciding what to do with the rest of your life at age 18 can be a very challenging decision, and it's one Eagan Health Information Technician (HIT) graduate Jennifer Knutson knows about this firsthand.
Starting college is a huge decision, whether you're straight out of high school or you've been in the working world for a while. The most important question you have about earning your degree is whether or not it's worth it. Here's how an Aurora HIT degree helped two former Rasmussen College students - one landed a HIT job and the other gained five raises at her current job.
When you find yourself in an unpredictable industry working a job with a shaky future, what do you do? You can either stay and see what happens or move on. Tom Spriggs chose the latter and became a Bloomington HIT degree grad.
Curiosity about a career you're considering is natural. If you're interested in the industry, the best way to stay on top of new developments, trends and tips is to keep yourself tuned into industry news. Health information technology (HIT) news sites are abundant, but you don't have to read all of them. Here, we've picked six news sites that stand out from the rest.
Now that you're in the midst of earning your health information technology (HIT) degree, and you're starting to think about what comes next, it's natural to look at the state of the economy and experience pangs of doubt. Maybe you're wondering if you're learning the skills you need to actually succeed in this career.
Rasmussen College hosted its first-ever live Career Chat on Mar. 21 to honor Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week.
March 17-23 is Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week across the U.S. and Canada and Rasmussen College is planning to recognize those tasked with keeping medical records secure and accurate. The Careers in Health Information Technology Career Chat will showcase all the information you need to know to jumpstart or advance your career in this exciting field!