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Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Career Prep

Cost: 
$1,533
Schedule: 
Online 24/7
Location: 
Online
Instructor: 
ProTrain

With the move to electronic medical records and other computer-based health information systems, medical offices and healthcare agencies are in need of administrative professionals who can navigate these complex systems.

The average salary for an Arizona Medical Records and Health Information Technician is over $41,000 a year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The BLS projects jobs in this field will grow nearly twice as much as the national average through 2026.

What You Will Learn

This self-paced online course will prepare participants to become Certified Electronic Health Records Specialists and learn the electronic health record process.

Administrative, clinical, and billing applications are discussed, as well as real-world situations that the participants will encounter in the workforce. 

This course also prepares the participant to take the National Healthcareer Association Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS) certification exam. 

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Class Schedule and Format

This non-credit professional development program includes 145 hours of self-paced online training.

This is an open enrollment course, so you can enroll and start learning at any time. Once you enroll, you will have 12 months to complete the program.

What Is Included

  • 145 hours of self-paced online training
  • All necessary course materials
  • Upon successful completion of this program, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from University of Arizona Continuing & Professional Education.

Note: The cost of certification exams is not included in the price of the course.

This program is offered in collaboration with ProTrain, LLC. 

Who Should Take Self-Paced Online Training?

Self-paced online training allows you to learn these skills online, any time that works for you. This is a good option for those whose work or family commitments make it difficult to attend scheduled training.

Because the training is self-paced, you will not have regular interaction with an instructor or with other participants, and there is no specific class schedule that you are required to follow. That means you will need to be persistent and motivated to stay on track to complete your training.