Health Information Technology

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Degree Programs
AAS Degree in Health Information Technology
Certificate Programs
Career Certificate
Medical Coding
Gainful Employment
Certificate of Achievement
Hospital Coding Specialist
Course Descriptions

The Health Information Technology Program at Passaic County Community College allows students to gain the knowledge and skills required to collect, analyze and utilize information essential to the health care industry through a mixture of general education, professional course work and clinical experience at local health care facilities.


To learn more about a career in health information management, visit the American Health Information Management Association webpage for career information.

 
To learn more about a career as a professional medical coder, visit Health Information Careers: Coder
 

 
Explore AHIMA's interactive career map.
 

 

 
Contact:
Chair and Assistant Professor Lisa DeLiberto, MS, RHIA, CCS, HS-TR
Tel: 973-684- 6297
E-mail: ldeliberto@pccc.edu

 
Nadine Daring, RHIA
Tel: 973-684-6876
E-mail: ndaring@pccc.edu


Accreditation

The Passaic County Community College Health Information Technology program is accredited by the:

Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

 

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CAHIIM

233 N. Michigan Ave., 21st Floor
Chicago,IL 60601-5800
Tel: 312-233-1100
www.cahiim.org  

 

To apply to any of the HIT programs click here


Program Outcomes
Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT)
Certification Pass Rate:
2014 – 100%
2013 – 100%
2012 – 100%
2011 – 100%
 

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