Train for a Career as a Health IT Security Manager
Cybersecurity is a serious business. And protecting data is a top priority for healthcare providers. If you already know the basics of what it takes to keep the bad guys (hapless hackers, slimy cybercriminals, and vicious viruses) out, then this program is the perfect complement to your current skill set!
Quick completion timeline
With full-time study, you can complete your training in no time.
Our programs are priced to help you build a stronger future and set you up for career advancement—not to saddle you with student debt.
The U.S. Department of Labor expects this field to grow 11% through 2028. Our training can help you take advantage of all that opportunity.
Over 100,000 CareerStep learners can’t be wrong. Choose CareerStep and gain the skills you need to earn a great income and enjoy an exciting career in the growing healthcare and technology industries.
HIT Security Manager Job Description and Earning Potential
What will I be doing as an HIT Security Manager?
When an office or organization starts taking steps to protect patient data and payment information, they need someone with a very particular set of skills—skills that make them a nightmare for cybercriminals, hackers, and viruses. HIT Security Manager duties include the following responsibilities:
- Assessing security measures
- Identifying weak points and vulnerabilities
- Developing security policies
- Providing training for employees
- Analyzing reports generated by monitoring systems
How much can I make?
Your salary is determined by a number of factors (location, experience level, etc.), but according to PayScale, the median salary for similar roles is $65,000–$85,000 per year. Earning certifications through CareerStep could put you on the higher end of that spectrum.
Sharpen your Mind. Improve Your Life.
We’ve spent the last 25+ years developing the most comprehensive healthcare training programs on the market for one reason: so you can become a better version of yourself.
HIT Security Manager Program
How Long Will the Training Take?
With full-time study, you’ll be certification-ready in just 1 week.
What Will I Be Learning?
Our 39-hour HIT Security Manager training is divided into 5 individual courses, which cover everything Cybersecurity basics to leadership philosophies.
- Certified HIPAA Security Professional (CHSP)
Learn what it takes to protect health information from breaches and other digital threats.
- Certified Medical Practice Security Professional (CMPSP)
Encryption techniques, Cybersecurity best practices, and prevention principles—this is your overview of healthcare site security management.
- Certified PCI-DSS Security Compliance Healthcare Professional (CPCIP)
Nobody wants their credit card info to hit the dark web. This is where you’ll learn how to protect patients’ cold, hard cash (and protect your workplace, too).
- Certified Healthcare Cybersecurity Professional (CHCSP)
Open your eyes to the methods and tactics used by hackers—and the critical role Cybersecurity plays in keeping medical information secure.
- Certificate of Healthcare Leadership Proficiency (MCHLP)
Develop the know-how to build a strong, functioning team that gels.
HIT Security Manager Program Pricing
How Much Does the HIT Security Manager Program Cost?
Everything you need to succeed is included in one, low price of
This program includes unparalleled training, career support, and coaching. It’s a faster, cheaper alternative to traditional schooling designed to help you build on the foundation you've already established and advance in your HIT career.
Are Payment Plans or Financial Assistance Available?
Yes. Fiscally speaking, it’s smartest to pay up front, but CareerStep does offer payment plans and financial assistance for this program.
Pro Tip: The individual purchase of each HIT Security Manager certification course will cost you a total of about $1500. But if you bundle today, you’ll save over $700!