Electronic Health Record Certificate Program
Fund’s 40-week, part-time Electronic Health Record Certificate (EHRC)
Program provides students with instruction on the Electronic Health
Record, emphasizing strong computer proficiency. EHRC graduates qualify
to test for the Digital Patient Record Certification (DPRC) Credential.
This program is helpful for healthcare workers in clerical positions
such as Unit Clerk, as well as direct care positions like Nurse Aide.
The EHRC Program can also help incumbent healthcare workers from all
backgrounds move into the health information field.
Medical Coding Program
This part-time program, offered at the Training Fund’s Breslin
Learning Center in partnership with Camden County College, prepares
students to take the American Health Information Management Association
(AHIMA) Certified Coding Associate examination. Instruction covers both
theory and real-world applications, and is offered in a traditional
classroom setting and online. The Medical Coding program includes a
90-hour worksite or virtual coding internship, as well as job placement
assistance. Graduates earn 39 college credits that articulate with the
Camden County College Associate’s Degree in Health Information.