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Health Professions students should have or be pursuing a high school diploma or GED®Health  |  Winter/Spring 20187ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS(21 Hours)This introductory course to Electronic Health Records technology. Prime-Suite, an integrated Practice Management and EHR software, is used to provide students with practical, hands–on knowledge of concepts in documentation, regulation, and reporting. This accompanying worktext covers issues critical to EHR implementation, such as data security, integrity, and confdentiality.Feb 28 - Mar 21, 2018     M & W       6 - 9 pm       #EHR0218      $275MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY(27 Hours)Learn to identify and defne word parts most frequently associated with the ma-jor body systems. Learn the meaning of basic combining forms of prefxes and suffxes of the medical language. Describe the terms used for major disease processes including symptoms, diagnosis, testing, surgeries and therapies. Mar 5 - Apr 2, 2018     M & W       6 - 9 pm       #MT0318      $295ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY(48 Hours)This course introduces the student to basic human body structures and ex-plains the function of each body system and related organ. The student is intro-duced to a variety of medical terms such as anatomic, pathological, diagnostic and treatment terms.Dec 13, 2017 - Feb 21, 2018      M & W      6 - 9 pm       #AP1217      $395Medical Insurance Billing(48 Hours - 2 courses required)This course is designed to familiarize students with the healthcare insurance terminology with the various types of healthcare insurance including Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare, Champva, workers compensation and commercial third party payers.  Students will be taken through the billing process related to the insurance plans, their eligibility, beneft structures and the requirements for submitting claims to various insurers.Insurance PrinciplesNov 20 - Dec 18, 2017      M & W      6 - 9 pm     24 hrs     #IP1117      $250Claims ProcessingDec 20, 2017-Jan 29, 2018 M & W      6 - 9 pm     24 hrs     #CPC1217  $250EKG CERTIFICATE(24 Hours)This course is intended for CNA, CMA and other health-care professions with previ-ous healthcare experience. This introductory course begins with the basic cardi-ac physiology. Students will learn basic ECG skills of car-diac conduction, measuring, recording and interpreting simple cardiac rhythms. In the lab the student will learn the correct placement of the 12 leads and how to perform an EKG. Jan 8, 9, 10, 20187:30am - 4:00pm#DEKG0118   $400Feb 15, 16, 20, 20187:30am - 4:00pm#DEKG0218   $400Apr 12, 13, 16, 20187:30am - 4:00pm#DEKG0418   $400May 17, 18, 21, 20187:30am - 4:00pm#DEKG0518   $400

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