New program: Health Information Technology – Associate of Applied Science - Pioneer Pacific College

New program: Health Information Technology – Associate of Applied Science

10 September 2013 By Emily Hohf

History-thumbnailAt Pioneer Pacific College, we pride ourselves on designing our educational programs around the needs and trends we see in the marketplace, because this is what gives our students the best advantage for employment after graduation.

Health Information Technology is an exciting field within the healthcare industry, and we are pleased to announce the addition of this program to our curriculum offerings.

Health Information Technology is a new program at Pioneer Pacific College designed to give students a comprehensive understanding of the application of health information technology principles to the healthcare environment. The coursework is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills to use, analyze, present, abstract, code, store and retrieve healthcare data to support business decision making in healthcare.

This program is designed to prepare the student for health information technician careers in the healthcare industry.

Learn more about a career in Health Information Technology.

Until next time, we’re with you every step of the way.

https://www.pioneerpacific.edu/admissions/consumer-info/

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