|HIM1031||Introduction to Medical Transcription|
Students will master word processing software and develop basic medical transcription skills by transcribing office medical dictation from physicians. English usage, transcription of digital dictation, medical knowledge, proofreading and editing skills will be enhanced.
|HIM1475||Medical Style and Grammar|
This course covers the study, synthesis and application of the rules of English language and medical transcription style as reflected by the Book of Style of the American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT) and the Manual of Style of the American Medical Association. Application of rules will be demonstrated with satisfactory completion of a minimum of three writing assignments.
|HIM2032||Intermediate Medical Transcription|
This course covers transcription of medical dictation of intermediate difficulty, incorporating skills in English language, technology, medical knowledge, proofreading, editing and research and meeting progressively demanding accuracy standards.
|HIM2034||Advanced Medical Transcription|
This course covers transcription of advanced original healthcare dictation using advanced proofreading, editing and research skills while meeting progressively demanding accuracy and productivity standards.
|HIM2652||Medical Transcription Technology|
This course is designed to study, synthesize and apply technologies used in healthcare documentation as well as to stimulate an awareness of related emerging technologies.
|HIM2802||Medical Transcription Internship|
This course covers on-the-job medical transcription experience emphasizing a variety of healthcare documents.
|HIM2920||Medical Transcription Seminar|
Industry trends and career options will be covered in this course. Professional networking will be discussed and practiced. The work environment industry trends and career options will be covered. Professional networking will be discussed and practiced. The work environment dynamics and professional development opportunities will be explored. During the semester, attendance is required at a minimum of two meetings of the Central Florida Chapter of the American Association for Medical Transcription. Certification readiness will be addressed.
This course focuses on the concepts and operation of the main components of word processor, electronic spreadsheet, database management and presentation software programs. Students will gain fundamental knowledge of a major software suite and learn skills that have practical applications in real world situations. Lab fee required.
This is an introductory course to the language of medicine utilized by healthcare professionals. Basic word structure and formation, medical terms, abbreviations, definitions and spelling are included. Major disease processes and pathological conditions of specific body systems will be discussed.
|HIM1000||Introduction to Health Information Management|
Students will learn the history, purpose and content as well as professional ethics and legal principles of the medical record and health information. Health Information Management department functions, workflow and quality considerations will be discussed. Students will compare the paper medical record to the electronic health record. Furthermore, course content includes an introduction to DHHS, CMS, HIPAA and Joint Commission, The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information and professional organizations affiliated with health information, medical coding and medical documentation integrity.
This course provides an overview of all body system diseases and conditions including etiology, signs and symptoms, diagnostic treatment modalities, prognosis and prevention.
|HIM1442||Pharmacology and Lab Medicine|
This course is a study of the principles and language of pharmacology and laboratory medicine, including drugs and drug classes, diagnostic tests, indications, techniques, expression of values and significance of findings.
This course provides an introduction to scientific inquiry in relationship to the human body, its systems and basic functions with emphasis on homeostatic mechanisms. The structure and function of cells, tissues and organ systems will be investigated. Designed for non-science majors. This course does not fulfill the credit requirements for Biology majors.
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|HIM1453||Anatomy and Physiology|
This course is a presentation of the essential anatomy and physiology of the human body. All body organ systems are discussed in a format of lecture, diagrams and audio-visual material. The course will introduce some aspects of chemistry and microbiology as it relates to healthcare, although emphasis is not placed in these areas. A knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body as a basis for later study of disease processes is an essential part of the curriculum for students in the health profession.
|Note: BSC 2093C and BSC 2094C may substitute for BSC 1020.|