Electronic Health Records Technician

In less than one year…

our Electronic Health Records Technician program will prepare you for a variety of rewarding jobs.  Later you may wish to pursue an Associate Degree in Medical Insurance Billing and coding or further your career by taking courses to become a Health Information Manager. To train you for a better job in a doctor’s office, clinic or hospital, the Electronic Health Records Technician Diploma course will give you the latest skills to get you on course for a great job.

The health care industry is growing! Due to an aging population, the move to electronic health records and other factors, the health care industry will see an increase in the need for qualified medical support staff. Now is a great time to become an Electronic Health Records Technician.

As an Electronic Health Records Technician, you will work as an integral part of a health care team. Your responsibilities could include patient scheduling, obtaining & entering patient medical information, handling billing & insurance claims, and coding medical records.

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Electronic Health Records Technician

Why should I become an Electronic Health Records Technician?

The health care industry is big and, at times, complicated. Professionals with medical records training will be important for years to come, increasing the likelihood of a secure, long-term employment opportunity for individuals with the right training. At CCEI Inc., you will take medical records courses that can teach you the skills employers are looking for.

Through CCEI Inc.’s Electronic Health Records Technician training, you will also be entering a career that gives you visibility into other positions in the medical industry that can allow you to see how the rest of the medical field works. Therefore, if you ever decide to move to a new position, you will have first-hand knowledge of the positions that interest you most.

Where do Electronic Health Records Technician’s work?

These professionals work primarily in private medical offices, clinics, minor emergency centers and hospitals. Their job titles could be anything from Health Information Technician, Medical Records Coordinator, Insurance Clerk or Medical Receptionist to Billing Specialist.

How much do Electronic Health Records Technicians earn?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical secretaries earn a median salary of $38,040 per year, and this field is projected to grow 15% from 2014 to 2024. In addition, most work full time in comfortable office settings.

More Questions?

Ready to learn more about our Electronic Health Records Technician training program? Contact us today and we can answer any questions you have about our programs. We know that a decision to attend CCEI Inc. is an important step in your personal and professional life and we are committed to making sure that you have all of the information you need to make a career training decision that is right for you.