Health Information Technology

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Freshman Career Exploration

Kelley Rinebold

Instructor

Health Information Technology is a 2-year program that teaches the basic safety and security protocols of the health information field as well as personal health records, medical terminology, healthcare delivery systems, record content, legal and ethical issues in health information management and technology, and health information management skills in Microsoft Word and Excel.

Freshman Career Exploration is a course to be taught in the 9th grade and is to be used as an introduction to career pathways and career decision-making. This introductory course includes content in self-development, career clusters, pathways, and choices, as well as financial planning. The course is designed to be taught in a “flipped” classroom environment where students are introduced to the content outside of class and actually experience the content during class.