This is a capstone course for the Health Information Management A.S. program where students will complete a supervised professional practice experience in a health information management (HIM) department of a hospital and alternative healthcare setting. The student will review HIM workflow and perform advanced HIM functions in order to bridge the academics of HIM to current HIM workforce needs and responsibilities. Emphasis will be placed on records retrieval and retention, assembly, qualitative and quantitative record analysis, inpatient and outpatient coding, abstracting, statistical compiling and reporting of healthcare data, release of information and use of specific HIM software applications.
Prerequisites: BSC 2093C, BSC 2094C, ENC 1101, HIM 1000, HIM 1222C, HIM 2012, HIM 2211C, HIM 2253C, HIM 2272, HIM 2510, HIM 2940, HSC 1149, INP 2002, STA 2023, Humanities or History course with grades of "C" or higher. Corequisites: HIM 2214, HIM 2283C, HIM 2512.
Terms Offered: Summer
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.
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