Health information isn’t just data—it’s critical information for real patients. Health information professionals are responsible for utilizing technology to accurately and securely manage patient data, from medical history and clinical notes to lab results and diagnoses. Thanks to the precision of health information professionals, healthcare workers can provide quality care and ensure the system works efficiently through processing, billing and coding.
In our Health Information programs, you won't simply study the material, you will actively practice in AHIMA® virtual labs.4 Gain the experience and confidence you need to pursue a career monitoring, analyzing and managing health information and electronic health records (EHR).
Start in our Medical Billing and Coding Certificate for quick entry into the healthcare field, then seamlessly ladder into our Associate's degree to expand your skills.7 CAHIIM-accredited online Associate's (and at select campuses) and online Bachelor's degree programs—we'll help you keep moving forward until you reach your goals.1
Getting started is easy with no application fee and eight start dates per year. No matter your experience, we have a program for you.
You’re just entering the field and looking for quick entry into a healthcare role. This is a great stepping stone toward your Associate’s degree and a future career in medical billing and coding.7
You’re ready to learn more about managing patient data, revenue cycle, and billing and coding. You're also interested in pursuing the RHIT® exam.6 If you already have your Medical Billing and Coding Certificate, you can start here.
You have your Associate's degree in health information or in an another subject with your RHIT credential. You're interested in a higher leadership role and want to prepare for the RHIA® exam.5
The curriculum is both taught and kept current by expert health information professionals. Real-world projects, AHIMA® virtual labs and live interactions with instructors will help you become a more confident and capable professional.
Wherever your career takes you, you’ll be a stronger contributor with skills in:
All courses in the Health Information area of study, including Medical Billing and Coding, are 100% online. From 24/7 tech support and career services to library and learning services with over 400,000 ebooks and electronic reference materials, we’re dedicated to a robust learning community.
"Being a lifelong learner is an important point to bring to students. If you’re unclear how far you want to go in the marketplace, go forward with your education and be ready to move quickly to the next level."
Charlee B., MLS, RHIT
HIT AAS Program Coordinator/Assistant Professor at Rasmussen University