The Certified Healthcare Documentation Specialist Program
Get extensive training in medical terminology, electronic health records, medico-legal regulations, and HIPAA.
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A Tiny Investment for Infinite Success
You’re busy. You’ve got bills to pay. And you need stability. With one small investment, you could find the peace of mind, salary, and job satisfaction you’ve been looking for as a certified healthcare documentation specialist. And guess what? You could have it all in just a few short months.
146 Hours of Study
3 Month Program Completion Time
$42,000 Average Annual Salary*
This Could Be the Perfect Job for You
When you understand the basics of EHR and HIPAA regulations, you become hirable for a number of positions in healthcare—all of which provide security, stability, and mobility.See full job description >>
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We’ll provide one free voucher for the Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) exam.
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This program is specifically designed by experts in the field with extensive knowledge of what skills health providers are looking for when hiring new employees.
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This program prepares Learners to work with confidential information in traditional office settings. The skills and knowledge you’ll learn throughout your training may be applied in care clinics, surgical centers, hospital settings, and other healthcare environments.
- 3-Month Completion
- Self-Paced Study
- Anywhere, Anytime Learning
- 1:1 (Human) Support
- 1 Free Certification Exam Voucher
What You'll Learn
This program covers everything you need to know to position yourself as an ideal candidate for nearly any medical records or HIT role:
History of Medical Scribing
Medical scribing continues to evolve. We’ll fill you in on where the profession started, where it stands now, and where we expect it to be in the future.
Functions of Electronic Health Records
Learn all about EHR—how they work, what they’re for, and why they’re valuable.
Basic Body Systems
We’ll walk you through all the basic body systems and provide an overview of standard terminology.
Learn how to construct an accurate and organized HPI, which requires the use of medical terminology and appropriate phrasing as used in formal healthcare documentation.
This program is designed to take 146 hours of study, which you can complete in just one month or spread it out over 3 months.
CareerStep training programs are all focused in growing industries—particularly healthcare, which is expected to add upwards of 2.4 million jobs through 2029.*
There’s a slight variation in salaries depending on specific locations, but the median wage comes in at just over $42,000 per year.*
Health information technicians have a pretty incredible gig. In simple terms, they use technology to help healthcare providers improve care and lower costs, but the day-to-day routines are a lot more involved than you might think. Typical job responsibilities include tracking patient outcomes for quality assessment, using classification software to assign clinical codes for insurance reimbursement, and recording data for collection, storage, analysis, retrieval, and reporting.
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