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Electronic Health Records Specialist

Prepare for a career as an Electronic Health Records Specialist and qualify to take the most popular National Certification the National Healthcareers Association's Electronic Health Records Specialist National Exam. Our comprehensive Electronic Health Records Specialist training Program is designed around inexpensive online courses and an ideal way for competent individuals to earn the necessary credentials to become an Electronic Health Records Specialist.
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Electronic Health Records Specialist

Training And Certification
    Credentials: BOC CEHRS
    Weeks to complete: (±) 13
    CEU's: 8
    *Complimentary Online Coding Library subscription included ($70 value).
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Careers

Electronic Health Records Specialist Careers

Most Electronic Health Records Specialist work full time. Some Electronic Health Records Specialist , particularly those who work in hospitals and labs, are expected to work on nights, weekends, and holidays. There are many different settings for Electronic Health Records Specialist . Some are within medical facilities, while others Others find jobs in testing centers, hospitals, or doctor's offices.

According to the United States Department of Labor: Employment of health information technicians is projected to grow 13 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. The demand for health services is expected to increase as the population ages.
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Electronic Health Recordss and Health Information Technicians held about 186,300 jobs in 2012. The need for Electronic Health Recordss is expected to rise. As our baby boomer generation grows older they are going to need more medical-related procedures, testing, and treatments. Electronic health records ( EHRs ) is increasingly becoming used by all types of healthcare facilities to record all aspects of health information. Electronic Health Recordss are needed to manage and organize the associated information. As EHR systems continue to become more widespread, Electronic Health Recordss will be needed to utilize them. Prospects will be best for those with an associate degree with a specialization in Electronic Health Records. Most Electronic Health Records Specialist work full time. Some Electronic Health Records Specialist , particularly those who work in hospitals and labs, are expected to work on nights, weekends, and holidays.

Salary And Job Outlook of a Electronic Health Records Specialist

The median expected annual pay for a typical Electronic Health Records Specialist in the United States around $34 K but when you add the value of the benefits total compensation reaches 50 K.

According to U.S. Bureau of Labor StatisticsThe median annual wage for medical records and health information technicians was $39,180 in May 2017. Employment of health information technicians is projected to grow 13 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. The demand for health services is expected to increase as the population ages.

Health Records Salaries

A team of Certified Compensation Health Professionals has analyzed survey data collected from thousands of HR departments at companies of all sizes and industries to present this range of annual salaries for people with the job title Health Records in the United States.
Occupation Location Last Updated
Records Clerk US June 28, 2018
Records Clerk, Sr. US June 28, 2018
Medical Records Director US June 28, 2018
Environmental, Health and Safety Director US June 28, 2018
Env., Health, and Safety Engineering Manager US June 28, 2018
Env., Health, and Safety Engineer I US June 28, 2018
Env., Health, and Safety Engineering Supervisor US June 28, 2018
Env., Health, and Safety Engineer II US June 28, 2018
Env., Health, and Safety Engineer III US June 28, 2018

What Electronic Health Records Specialist Do.

Electronic Health Records provide a principal service to doctor's offices and healthcare facilities. Electronic health records are widely-used to manage health and treatment records and for insurance and payment purposes. Electronic Health Records work at almost all healthcare facilities. They manage and organize health information databases and registries ensuring the accuracy, accessibility, privacy, and security of a patients health information. Electronic Health Records often evaluate patient records for timeliness, completeness, accuracy, and appropriateness of data. Electronic Health Records are responsible for electronically recording data for collection, storage, evaluation, retrieval and reporting, assuring the compliance of all electronic health records datand procedures.

Ways To Become A Electronic Health Records Specialist

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Training and Certification The The Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist ( CEHRS ) is a nationally acknowledged certification administered by the National Healthcareers Association. It is not required to have a national certification to work as an Electronic Health Records Specialist but the majority of healthcare facilities will require the accomplishment of a one year nationally recognized training program, particularly since Medicare and many other health-insurance companies will subsequently only cover's the patients phlebotomy procedure if it is performed by a Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist ( CEHRS ). getting your Certified Electronic Health Records certification significantly increase your likelihood of employment.

Advantages Of Training and Certification

The Certified Billing and Coding Specialist is a Nationally acknowledged certification. In this occupation those who are certified have a big advantage when searching for a job. A certification is a way to stand out from any prospect and it is the simplest way to prove qualifications and a certain level of competence. There is less on-the-job training, which will save you and employers valuable time and resources. After experience, Electronic Health Records Specialists can specialize and move into leadership roles. A certification proves to employers that the candidate is serious about their profession.
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Electronic Health Records Specialist Badge Of Completion (BOC)
The NAHCE Electronic Health Records Specialist Badge Of Completion (BOC) EKG Technician Badge Of Completion (BOC)The NAHCE Electronic Health Records Continuing Health Education Badge Of Completion (BOC) tells your employer that you have received the highest standards in Electronic Health Records education, information, and knowledge meeting the educational requirements of the certifying bodies in this field. After receiving the NAHCE Electronic Health Records Specialist Badge Of Completion (BOC) you will be trained to take the following certification exams:


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Electronic Health Record Specialist Certification (CEHRS) EKG Technician Badge Of Completion (BOC)The NHA Electronic Health Record Specialist Certification (CEHRS) is a nationally accredited certification program, that meets or exceeds the accreditation criteria of the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), ensuring the highest quality standards. The CEHRS exam tests the most current and relevant competencies necessary to ensure proficiency in performing tasks associated with electronic health records. Whether you want to work in a doctor’s office or a large clinic, becoming a CEHRS with NHA shows that you are knowledgeable and ready to be a valued member of a healthcare team.

The purchase of NHA exam preparation materials or other educational products is not required to sit for any NCCA-accredited certification exam offered by NHA, and does not guarantee a passing score on an examiNation. Exams accredited by the National Commission For Certifying Agencies (NCCA). The NCCA accredits certification courses by providing an unbiased third-party review of our courses. Successful completion of this review results in accreditation. Those courses successfully going through this rigorous process have met certain standards and best practices to ensure that a legally defensible and psychometrically sound exam/assessment is delivered.


The Electronic Health Records Specialist "Medical records and health information technicians typically work in offices and may spend many hours in front of computer monitors. Some technicians may work from home."

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Curriculum of Courses

Electronic Health Records

100: THE ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Overview of the Electronic Health Record
  • 2 History of the Electronic Health Record
  • 3 EHR Terminology
  • 4 Government Involvement in the EHR
  • 5 Healthcare Processes and the EHR
  • 6 Barriers and Benefits of the EHR
  • 7 The Future of the Electronic Health Record

110: STANDARDS AND FEATURES OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 History of EHR Standards
  • 2 EHR Functionality
  • 3 privacy, and security of the EHR
  • 4 EHR Implementation and Technology
  • 5 Electronic Health Record Competencies

THE CLINIC ADMINISTRATION

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 The Practice View Screen
  • 2 Appointment Schedule
  • 3 Patient Tracker
  • 4 To Do Lists and Reminders
  • 5 Internal Messages
  • 6 Urgent Messages

THE PATIENT CHART

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Overview of the Patient Chart
  • 2 Creating a Face Sheet
  • 3 Procedures in a Patient's Chart
  • 4 New Activities in a Patient's Chart

THE OFFICE VISIT

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Components of the Office Visit
  • 2 Building an Office Visit Note
  • 3 Activities within the Office Visit Screen
  • 4 Routing Slip
  • 5 Adding Addenda to an Office Visit Note
  • 6 Office Visit Reports

CLINICAL TOOLS

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Chart Evaluation
  • 2 Test Orders
  • 3 Evaluation & Management Coder
  • 4 Superbill Form
  • 5 Patient Instructions
  • 6 Care Plans and Practice Guidelines
  • 7 Drawing Courses
  • 8 Importing Documents

CREATING TEMPLATES

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Creating Office Visit Templates
  • 2 Creating Physician Order Templates
  • 3 Creating Letter Templates
  • 4 Template Manager
  • 5 Creating Procedure Templates

TESTS, PROCEDURES, AND CODES

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Ordering a Test
  • 2 SpringLabs and Reference Lab Results
  • 3 Processing and Charting Tests
  • 4 Creating a Test Report
  • 5 Documenting, Activating, and Editing Procedure Codes
  • 6 Documenting, Activating, and Editing Diagnosis Codes

PRODUCTIVITY CENTER AND UTILITIES

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Bulletin Board
  • 2 Integrated Faxing
  • 3 Time Clock
  • 4 My Websites
  • 5 Calculators
  • 6 Patient Database Reporting
  • 7 Patient Archive

JOINING YOUR KNOWLEDGE

Learning Outcomes:
  • 1 Practice View Screen
  • 2 Patient Chart Screen
  • 3 Office Visit Screen
*Complimentary Medical Terminology

Learning Medical Language

Learning Outcomes:
  • Why You Should Learn Medical Terminology
  • The Contextual Approach to Learning
  • The Health Care Team
  • Actively Experiencing Medical Language
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Study Strategies and Habits
  • Innovative Learning Aids

Suffixes and Prefixes

Learning Outcomes:
  • Suffixes
  • Classification of Suffixes
  • Prefixes

Word Analysis and Communication

Learning Outcomes:
  • Word Analysis, Definition, and Pronunciation
  • Plurals and Pronunciations
  • Precision in Communication
  • Use of Word Analysis

The Body as a Whole Composition of the Body

Learning Outcomes:
  • The Cell
  • Structure and Functions of Cells
  • Tissues
  • Connective Tissues in the Knee Joint
  • Organs and Organ Systems
  • Anatomic Position
  • Directional Terms
  • Anatomic Planes
  • Body Cavities
  • Abdominal Quadrants and Regions

Digestive System

Learning Outcomes:
  • 5.1 Alimentary Canal and Accessory Organs
  • Functions of the Digestive System
  • The Mouth and Mastication
  • The Mouth and Mastication
  • Disorders of the Mouth
  • Deglutition (Swallowing)—Pharynx and Esophagus
  • Disorders of the Esophagus
  • Digestion: The Stomach
  • Disorders of the Stomach
  • Small Intestine
  • Disorders of the Small Intestine
  • Liver
  • Disorders of the Liver
  • Gallbladder and Biliary Tract
  • Disorders of the Gallbladder
  • Pancreas
  • Disorders of the Pancreas
  • Chemical Digestion, Absorption, and Transport
  • Disorders of Absorption
  • Structure and Functions of the Large Intestine
  • Disorders of the Large Intestine and Anal Canal
  • Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Urinary System

Learning Outcomes:
  • Urinary System
  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Kidneys
  • Ureters
  • Kidney and Ureteral Stones (Nephrolithiasis)
  • Disorders of the Kidneys
  • Urinary Bladder and Urethra
  • Disorders of the Urinary Bladder and Urethra
  • Diagnostic Procedures

Male Reproductive System

Learning Outcomes:
  • Male Reproductive System
  • Testes and Spermatic Cord
  • Disorders of the Testes
  • Spermatic Ducts
  • Accessory Glands
  • Disorders of the Prostate Gland
  • Penis
  • Prepuce (Foreskin) and Urethra

Female Reproductive System

Learning Outcomes:
  • External Genitalia
  • Vagina and Disorders
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Anatomy of the Female Reproductive Tract
  • Oogenesis (Egg Formation)
  • The Sexual Cycle
  • Disorders of the Ovaries
  • Disorders of the Uterus and Fallopian (Uterine) Tubes
  • Female Infertility
  • Contraception
  • Conception
  • Embryo and Fetus
  • Pregnancy and Childbirth
  • Disorders of Pregnancy
  • Disorders of Childbirth
  • The Breast
  • Disorders of the Breast

Chapter 9. Nervous System

Learning Outcomes:
  • 9.3 Functions of the Nervous System
  • Components of the Nervous System
  • Cells of the Nervous System
  • Neuroglia
  • Brain
  • Functional Brain Regions
  • Cranial Nerves
  • Spinal Cord and Meninges
  • Disorders of the Brain
  • Cerebrovascular Accidents (CVAs) or Strokes
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Epilepsy
  • Other Brain Disorders
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Pain Management
  • Disorders of the Meninges
  • Disorders of the Cranial Nerves
  • Disorders of the Myelin Sheath of Nerve Fibers
  • Disorders of the Spinal Cord
  • Disorders of the Peripheral Nerves
  • Congenital Anomalies of the Nervous System
  • Diagnostic Procedures in Neurology
  • Pharmacology of the Nervous System

Cardiovascular System

Learning Outcomes:
  • 10.1 Position of the Heart
  • Functions and Structure of the Heart
  • Blood Flow through the Heart
  • The Cardiac Cycle
  • Disorders of the Heart
  • Cardiologic Tests
  • Treatment Procedures
  • Blood Circulations
  • Blood Vessels in the Circulations
  • Blood Vessel Function Related to Structure
  • Circulatory Disorders

Chapter 11. Blood

Learning Outcomes:
  • Components of Blood
  • Functions of Blood
  • Structure and Function of Red Blood Cells
  • Disorders of Red Blood Cells
  • Types of White Blood Cells
  • Types of White Blood Cells (continued)
  • Disorders of White Blood Cells
  • Hemostasis
  • Disorders of Coagulation (Coagulopathies)
  • Red Cell Antigens

Lymphatic and Immune Systems

Learning Outcomes:
  • 12.1, 12.2 Lymphatic System
  • Lymphatic Nodes, Tissues, and Cells
  • Lymphatic Organs
  • Disorders of the Lymphatic System
  • The Immune System
  • Immunity
  • Disorders of the Immune System
  • HIV and AIDS

Respiratory System

Learning Outcomes:
  • Introduction to the Respiratory System
  • Nose
  • Disorders of the Nose
  • Pharynx
  • Disorders of the Pharynx
  • Larynx
  • Disorders of the Larynx
  • Trachea
  • Lungs
  • Lower Respiratory Tract
  • Mechanics of Respiration
  • Common Symptoms and Signs of Respiratory Disorders
  • Disorders of the Lower Respiratory Tract
  • Pulmonary Function Tests
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures

Musculoskeletal System

Learning Outcomes:
  • Functions of the Skeletal System
  • Bone Growth and Structure
  • Structure and Functions of Bones
  • Diseases of Bone
  • Bone Fractures
  • Classes of Joints
  • Joint Movement
  • Diseases of Joints
  • Functions and Structure of Skeletal Muscle
  • Disorders of Skeletal Muscles
  • Structure of Axial Skeleton
  • The Skull
  • Shoulder Girdle and Upper Arm
  • Common Disorders of the Shoulder
  • Upper Arm and Elbow Joint
  • Common Disorders of the Elbow
  • Forearm and Wrist
  • Common Disorders of the Wrist
  • The Hand
  • Disorders of the Hand
  • Pelvic Girdle
  • Disorders of the Pelvic Girdle
  • Bones, Joints, and Muscles of the Hip and Thigh
  • Disorders and Injuries of the Hip Joint
  • Surgical Procedures
  • Bones, Joints, and Muscles of the Knee and Thigh
  • Injuries to the Knee Joint
  • Surgical Procedures of the Knee Joint
  • Bones, Joints, and Muscles of the Lower Leg, Ankle, and Foot
  • Disorders and Injuries of the Ankle and Foot

Integumentary System

Learning Outcomes:
  • Functions of the Skin
  • Skin as Barrier
  • Regions of Skin Surface Area
  • Structure of the Skin: Epidermis
  • Structure of the Skin: Dermis
  • Structure of the Skin: Hypodermis
  • Clinical Applications
  • Disorders of the Skin
  • Infections of the Skin
  • Diseases of the Skin
  • Hair Follicles and Sebaceous Glands
  • Accessory Skin Organs
  • Burns
  • Wounds and Tissue Repair

Special Senses of the Eye and Ear

Learning Outcomes:
  • 16.3 Accessory Structures
  • Disorders of the Accessory Glands
  • Extrinsic Muscles of the Eye
  • The Eyeball (Globe)
  • Visual Pathway
  • Disorders of the Anterior Eyeball
  • Diseases of the Retina
  • Ophthalmic Procedures
  • External Ear
  • Disorders of External Ear
  • Middle Ear
  • Disorders of Middle Ear
  • Inner Ear for Hearing
  • Inner Ear for Equilibrium and Balance

Endocrine System

Learning Outcomes:
  • Endocrine System
  • Pituitary Gland
  • Disorders of Pituitary Hormones
  • Thyroid Gland
  • Disorders of the Thyroid Gland
  • Other Endocrine Glands
  • Adrenal Glands
  • Disorders of Adrenal Glands
  • Stress
  • Pancreas
  • Disorders of Pancreatic Hormones: Diabetes Mellitus
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus

Mental Health

Learning Outcomes:
  • Definitions in Mental Health
  • Affective Disorders
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Psychosomatic and Somatoform Disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Personality Disorders
  • Psychoactive Drugs

Geriatrics

Learning Outcomes:
  • Aging
  • Senescence of Organ Systems
  • Theories of Senescence
  • Complex Effects of Aging
  • Specific Disorders of Aging
  • Dying and Death

Cancer

Learning Outcomes:
  • . Types of Cancer
  • Carcinogenesis
  • Environmental Pollution
  • Detecting Cancer
  • Detecting Lung Cancer
  • Treating Cancer

Chapter 21. Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

Learning Outcomes:
  • X-ray Characteristics and Effects
  • Alignment
  • Acquisition of Radiologic Images
  • Radiopharmaceuticals
  • Radiation Therapy

Pharmacology

Learning Outcomes:
  • Drug Names
  • Drug Standards
  • Routes of Administration
  • Self-Administration of Medications
  • Caregiver Administration of Medications
  • Self-Administration of Drugs
  • Allergy Drugs
  • Cardiovascular Drugs
  • Dermatologic Drugs
  • Endocrine Drugs
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Hormone Therapy
  • Thyroid Drugs
  • Adrenal Drugs
  • Gastrointestinal Drugs
  • Musculoskeletal Drugs
  • Neurologic Drugs
  • Psychiatric Drugs
  • Immunosuppressive Drugs
  • Chemotherapy Drugs
  • Respiratory Drugs
  • Urologic Drugs

Electronic Health Records Practicum, Apprenticeship and Capstone

Learning Outcomes:
After successful completion of this study course students participate in the Health Education Apprenticeship and Capstone to perform skills required of a practicing Electronic Health Records. Begin your search now for the ideal NAHCE sponsored externship and future job opportunities with NAHCE's Health Career Staffing Center.
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