Health Information Technology
The Atlantic Cape Community College Health Information Technology (HIT) program is offered in collaboration with Camden County College. Students complete the general education and program courses (pre-professional phase) at Atlantic Cape. Upon acceptance, students will complete the professional phase of the program at Camden County College.
The professional phase of the program, conducted by Camden County College, requires a separate application and an interview with the Health Information Technology Program Director at Camden. Each course required for the Atlantic Cape Community College Health Information Technology (HIT) program (pre-professional phase) must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
For additional information, please contact Myrna Morales Keklak at (609)-343-5033 or email@example.com. For questions about the Professional Phase of the program please contact Linda Mesko, Camden County College, at (856) 968-1331 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon completion of this program students will be able to:
- Compute, interpret and analyze healthcare statistics.
- Gather, interpret, analyze and monitor data used for quality management and performance improvement programs that relate to Health Information Technology and Health Information Management.
- Analyze and validate coding and coding data for accuracy and compliance with federal and coding guidelines.
(HITT - Fall 2020)
Atlantic Cape Community College Courses
Pre-Professional Phase - 37 credits
Choose: ANTH103-Cultural Anthropology, ENGL201-World Literature, GEOG102-Cultural Geography, GEOG110-World Geography, or RELG110-World Religion
Camden County College Courses
Professional Phase - 35 credits
All professional phase coursework is completed online through Camden County College.