As technology – especially the Electronic Health Record – becomes more important to healthcare providers, so do the skills of Health Information Professionals. From the Medical Office Assistants who welcome patients into physicians’ practices, to Health Information Administrators at hospitals or long-term care facilities, to high-level Data Analysts who help whole health systems manage and understand their patients’ health data, Health Information careers are growing fast.
With such rapid employment growth at all skill levels, our Health Information Career Pathway offers valuable training opportunities for both new students and current healthcare workers looking to gain marketable skills that employers want.
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|Unit Clerk or Entry-Level Medical Office
||High School Diploma or GED®
||229 openings / year in the Delaware Valley