Electronic Health Records Online Training Program
In a revolutionary effort to improve the way patient data is accurately maintained in a variety of health care settings, our medical industry is undergoing a historical transition from traditional paper records to digital records.
If you are ready for this exciting challenge, Allied Medical School has the career training program for you – Electronic Health Records. Enhance your current medical training program or upgrade your present medical career with skills that are in-demand.
Be a valuable asset in a variety of health care settings by ensuring patient health records are accurate. Your expertise could help doctors make improved, live-saving diagnoses.
Call 888-501-7686 today and give your medical career a competitive edge with a background in electronic health records.
Electronic Health Records Course Information
Allied’s Electronic Health Records course will add a competitive edge to your current medical training program or help you stand out in your current medical position with skills your employer needs to make the digital transition.
Digitalized medical records are quickly becoming the standard. The adoption of EHRs will aid clinicians in decision-making for patient care by providing fast, secure, and electronic access to a patient’s medical history. The Congressional Budget Office predicts that over 90% of physicians will have the need for electronic health records by the end of the decade. This course will provide students with the training necessary to quickly and efficiently operate EHR software.
About the Course
The Electronic Health Records course is designed to introduce students to both the electronic health record and the administrative procedures that use the EHR. During this course, students will receive hands-on training experience by utilizing a “live” version of the SimChart® for the Medical Office (SCMO) web-based EHR software to perform a variety of common functions. The concepts of SCMO are broad enough to cover most EHR software programs available to medical practices. This course is rich in practical exercises utilizing the “most common” components for EHR training, such as entering patient demographics, storing and retrieving patient records, generating documents and various forms, and utilizing critical thinking skills to access and abstract patient data from the electronic health record.
What You Get
- Online Text: The Electronic Health Record for the Physician’s Office with SimChart® for the Medical Office
- Web-based EHR Program: SimChart® for the Medical Office
- 3 required units – Each unit includes introduction, objectives, practice exercises and assignments
- Unit exam (unit 1 only) – multiple-choice
- Online final exam (covers units 1 – 3) – comprehensive practical EHR assignment; non-proctored
What You Will Learn
- Recognize the importance of electronic health record programs in the healthcare industry and the standard functions of the SimChart® for the Medical Office (SCMO) EHR program for creating patient records and completing authorization forms.
- Perform administrative duties using the SCMO program, including creating patient correspondence, generating forms, and scheduling appointments.
- Utilize the SCMO program to document patient encounters, medical history, and immunization and medication records.
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Why establish a strong background in Electronic Health Records?
When a patient visits any type of health facility, a record of all treatment outcomes and observations must be established. And all of this information must be represented in the form of a medical record.
The movement from paper to electronic health records aims to increase the accuracy for how patient data is collected and maintained. With a firm background in electronic health records, you can ensure patient data is complete so that doctors can make life-saving diagnoses.
All sectors of the medical industry, including doctors’ offices, outpatient centers, hospitals, nursing care facilities and home health care services, will benefit from the expertise of an individual with a firm background in electronic health records.
Additional opportunities may be found with insurance companies that handle heartylth issues, public health departments for data collection and health care institutions for research.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), opportunities in the health information management sector are excellent.
- Technicians will be needed to enter patient information into computer databases to comply with Federal legislation mandating the use of electronic medical records
- Job prospects should be very good; technicians with a strong background in medical coding will be in particularly high demand
- Employment of medical records and health information technicians is expected to increase by 15 percent through 2024—much faster than the average for all occupations
- Medical records and health information technicians held about 188,600 jobs in 2014
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