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Business and Information Technology Education
Healthcare IT Electronic Health Records III
This course will provide students with an in-depth understanding of electronic health records and their application to clinical environments using self-paced online lessons with quizzes, exams, multimedia audio/video review and hands-on workflow exercises.
April Scott Hall
(405) 595-4465
1900 Springlake Dr.
OKC, OK 73111
Jaclyn Arnold
(405) 743-5419
Healthcare IT Electronic Health Records II
CompTIA A+ Certification
Identify Electronic Medical Records (EMR's) and Electronic Health Records (EHR's).
Explain the importance of EMR & EHR's have on the healthcare industry.
Analyze the requirements for Ambulatory Medical Records (AMR's).
Explain the steps and tools necessary to accomplish scanning and data migration from paper into electronic forms.
Identify the elements and functions of PM and Billing within the complete EMR solution.
Identify and describe the major medical specialties.
Distinguish among nursing occupations.
Identify and describe the major allied health professions and their principal occupational settings.
Distinguish between inpatients and outpatients.
Describe the differences among health care facilities.
Describe government involvement in health care.
Define accreditation.
Define licensure.
Identify four major accrediting organizations and the facilities they accredit.
Distinguish between data and information.
Analyze health and explain its relation to health data.
Identify and explain key data categories.
Distinguish among characters, fields, records, and files.
Describe how data are organized in a health record.
Identify and describe key data collection and quality issues.
Analyze the data sets used in health care and identify their applications and purposes.
Identify an electronic health record.
Compare and contrast an electronic health record with a hybrid electronic health record.
Identify the advantages of the electronic health record.
Discuss government and private sector intervention in the development of an electronic health record.
Explain the history and future of the electronic health record.
Discuss meaningful use and its impact on the development of the electronic health record.
Identify the challenges and issues associate with implementing the electronic health record.
Explain the differences between the interoperable use and the longitudinal use of an electronic health record.
Discuss health information management career opportunities with reference to the electronic health record.
Describe the flow of clinical data through an acute care facility.
Given a specific clinical report, analyze the required data elements.
Given a data element, identify the appropriate original source of the data.
Identify the elements of the Uniform Hospital Discharge Data Set (UHDDS).
Identify, explain , and give examples of the three types of controls.
Explain the flow of post discharge processing of health information.
Identify and explain the major functions of a health information management department.
Explain the principles and process flow of an incomplete record system.
Compare and contrast paper-based versus electronic records processing.
Describe the general purpose of coded data in relation to its various uses.
Identify the transaction code sets required under HIPAA.
Describe the format of ICD-10-CM.
Describe the format of ICD-10-PCS.
Describe different coding and classification systems and their uses.
Identify unethical coding practices.
Analyze the different types of health insurance.
Describe the major reimbursement methodologies.
Describe different prospective payment systems and the settings in which they are used.
Identify and explain the major components of the UB-04 (CMS-1450).
Identify and explain the major components of the CMS-1500.
Explain the role of the coder in reimbursement and data quality.
Describe the revenue cycle and the role of coding the revenue cycle process.
Identify and describe four ambulatory care facilities.
Describe three types of long-term care settings.
Describe the behavioral health care setting including the type of care provided.
Describe the rehabilitation health care setting including the type of care provided.
Describe home health care and hospice care, including the difference in the type of care provided by each.
Compare and contrast the data collected in acute care facilities with data collected in non-acute care facilities.
Analyze the data sets unique to non-acute care facilities.
Explain the purpose of the master patient index.
Maintain the accuracy of a master patient index.
Determine whether a patient has a previous health record at the facility.
Compare and contrast numbering systems for identification of patient records.
Compare and contrast filing systems for patient records.
File health records appropriately according to the file system used by the facility.
Maintain accuracy of filing methods.
Identify the alternative storage system best suited for a particular health care facility.
Explain a chart locator system.
Determine the appropriate file space for a given set of circumstances.
Compare various computer storage architectures.
Identify ways to ensure the physical security of health information.
Determine the retention schedule for specific health care records.
Distinguish between primary and secondary data.
Explain the criteria for creating a report from a database.
Analyze four examples of indices hat can be queried from a patient database.
Calculate the length of stay for a patient, given the admission and discharge dates.
Retrieve appropriate data according to the request.
Identify the optimal source for retrieval of information.
Describe and state the uses for statistical tools.
Compute routine institutional statistics.
-CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician certification exam (HIT-001)
4Med Online, and EHR Simulation Program
Health Information Technology, Third Edition
Elsevier ISBN 978-1-4377-2736-4
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Business Management & Administration Business Information Management Healthcare IT Technician