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Health Information Technology Certification in Indiana - IN

RHIT certification in Indiana ensures that the student understands all of the technical, legal, and ethical implications of their job. The first step to certification is completing an educational program that will give you the skills needed for this highly technical career.

The degree courses you will take cover a wide variety of topics. You will need to learn how to work with computers and software. You will also need to know how a medical office functions. There will be standard courses in biology and chemistry that may be required along with ethics training, medical coding, pharmacology, and billing procedures just to name a few.

When you complete your training, the next step is to pass a certification exam. Earning your certification declares your competence as a professional to both your future employers and the people you work with. The AHIMA offers several certificate options for students seeking health information technology certification in Indiana. To find out more, go to http://www.ahima.org/certification/default.aspx.

To keep up on the latest changes affecting the health field in Indiana, the Indiana Health Forum is an excellent resource for you both while you are in school, and after when the time comes to look for a job (http://www.ihif.org/).

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