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EDUTAINMENT COURSE:

CompTIA Healthcare IT

Interactive and entertaining talk-show style format presented by industry leading experts.
Overview
The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician certificate is a vendor- and technology-neutral credential that validates the operational, regulatory and security knowledge necessary to provide hardware and software support in medical environments where electronic health record (EHR) systems are used. CompTIA recommends that individuals interested in the healthcare IT certificate also hold CompTIA A+ certification, which validates foundation-level knowledge and skills for PC support, installation, preventative maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting. CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician puts you in a high-growth job market.

Employment of health IT professionals is expected to increase by 20 percent through 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The U.S. government estimates that we will need more than 50,000 health IT workers to help medical providers with electronic medical records. Help desk technicians in healthcare environments earn $40,000 per year on average. The average annual salary for an implementation support specialist, an IT professional able to implement, deploy and support healthcare IT systems, is $71,000.
Objectives
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Organizational behavior
  • IT operations
  • Medical business operations
  • Security

Module 1 - Introducing IT Healthcare
  • What is Healthcare IT
  • Types of Healthcare Facilities
  • Hospital Patient Flow
  • Healthcare IT Goals
  • Healthcare IT.gov Website Tour
  • CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Exam
Module 2 -Support Flow
  • Getting To Know Information Systems
  • Hospital Information System Primary Functions
  • Master Patient Index
  • Message Types and Interface Functions
  • Admitted-Discharged-Transferred Messages
  • Perioperative Information System
  • Pharmacy Information System
  • Radiology Information Systems
  • Lab Information Systems
  • Emergency Department Information Systems
Module 3 - Regulatory Requirements
  • Agencies Governing Healthcare
  • Operating Divisions Of The HHS
  • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Office of the National Coordinator (ONC)
  • Office of Civil Rights and NIST
  • Healthcare Programs and e-PHI
  • Healthcare Laws
  • HIPAA Controls-Compliance and Penalties
  • Legal Best Practices and Documentation
  • Health and Human Services Website (HHS.gov)
  • Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Website (CMS.gov)
  • HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules
​​​​Module 4 - Organizational Behavior
  • Handling Protected Health Information (PHI)
  • Physical and Technical Safeguards
  • Applying Proper Communication Methods
  • PBX and VoIP Infrastructure
  • Technical Roles and Responsibilities
  • Role-Based Access and Exceptions
  • Organizational Structures and Methods of Operation
  • Private Practices and Other Facilities
  • Executing Dailey Activities and IT Functions
  • HIT Etiquette in the Hospital
  • Room Consideration Requirements and Protections
  • HealthIT.gov Privacy and Security Game
Module 5 - IT Operations
  • Internet and Intranet Concepts
  • OSI Model and TCP/IP
  • Transport and Network Layers
  • Data Link and Physical Layers
  • Wi-Fi Standards
  • Network Servers and Single Sign On
  • Cloud Computing and Virtualization
  • Programming Languages
  • WLAN Topologies
  • Routing-Port Forwarding and DHCP
  • Client IP Configuration
  • Switches and Internet Modems
  • Network Tools
  • Healthcare Power Outlets
  • EHR and EMR Information Systems
  • Issues to Consider
  • Backups
  • Deploying Workstations
  • OS Updates and Troubleshooting Devices
  • Change Management Documentation
  • Peripheral Devices and Removable Storage
  • Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities Demonstration
Module 6 - Medical Business Operations
  • Medical Terms-Imaging and Testing
  • Controlled Substance Schedules
  • Trauma Center Qualifications
  •  Medical Imaging Terms and Testing
  • Inpatient Medical Departments
  • Outpatient Medical Departments
  • Clinical Operations and Tools
  • Medical Software Terms and Functions
  • Imaging Formats and Standards
  • Change Control and Support Requests
  • System and Interface Messaging
  • Typical Interface Issues
  • Electronic Health Record Solutions Demonstration
Module 7 - HIT Security
  • Security Challenges
  • Access Control and Permissions
  • Physical Security and Device Location
  • Physical Security Access
  • Environmental Security
  • Password Guidelines
  • Encryption Types and Utilities
  • Secure Communications
  • Storage Encryption Goals
  • Storage Types and Architectures
  • Securing Wireless Networks
  • Remote Access Options
  • Backup Security
  • PHI Disposal
  1. HCIT - Introduction
1
Start
Course Introduction
  1. HCIT - Module 1
2
Start
Module 1 - Introducing IT Healthcare
3
Start
What is Healthcare IT
4
Start
Types Of Healthcare Facilities
5
Start
Hospital Patient Flow
6
Start
Healthcare IT Goals
7
Start
Healthcare IT.gov Website Tour
8
Start
CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Exam
  1. HCIT - Module 2
9
Start
Introducing Data Flow In HIT
10
Start
Module 2 -Support Flow
11
Start
Getting To Know Information Systems
12
Start
Hospital Information System Primary Functions
13
Start
Master Patient Index
14
Start
Message Types and Interface Functions
15
Start
Admitted-Discharged-Transferred Messages
16
Start
Perioperative Information System
17
Start
Pharmacy Information System
18
Start
Radiology Information Systems
19
Start
Lab Information Systems
20
Start
Emergency Department Information Systems
  1. HCIT - Module 3
21
Start
Module 3 - Regulatory Requirements
22
Start
Agencies Governing Healthcare
23
Start
Operating Divisions Of The HHS
24
Start
Centers For Medicare & Medicaid Services(CMS)
24
Start
Centers For Medicare & Medicaid Services(CMS)
25
Start
Office of the National Coordinator(ONC)
26
Start
Office of Civil Rights and NIST
27
Start
Healthcare Programs and e-PHI
28
Start
Healthcare Laws
29
Start
HIPAA Controls-Compliance and Penalties
30
Start
Legal Best Practices and Documentation
31
Start
Health and Human Services Website(HHS.gov)
32
Start
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Website(CMS.gov)
33
Start
HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules
  1. HCIT - Module 4
34
Start
Module 4 - Organizational Behavior
35
Start
Handling Protected Health Information (PHI)
36
Start
Physical and Technical Safeguards
37
Start
Applying Proper Communication Methods
38
Start
PBX and VoIP Infrastructure
39
Start
Technical Roles and Responsibilities
40
Start
Role-Based Access and Exceptions
41
Start
Organizational Structures and Methods of Operation
42
Start
Private Practices and Other Facilities
43
Start
Executing Dailey Activities and IT Functions
44
Start
HIT Etiquette in the Hospital
45
Start
Room Consideration Requirements and Protections
46
Start
HealthIT.gov Privacy and Security Game
  1. HCIT - Module 5
47
Start
Module 5 - IT Operations
48
Start
Internet and Intranet Concepts
49
Start
OSI Model and TCP/IP
50
Start
Transport and Network Layers
51
Start
Data Link and Physical Layers
52
Start
Wi-Fi Standards
53
Start
Network Servers and Single Sign On
54
Start
Cloud Computing and Virtualization
55
Start
Programming Languages
56
Start
WLAN Topologies
57
Start
Routing-Port Forwarding and DHCP
58
Start
Client IP Configuration
59
Start
Switches and Internet Modems
60
Start
Network Tools
61
Start
Healthcare Power Outlets
62
Start
EHR and EMR Information Systems
63
Start
Issues to Consider
64
Start
Backups
65
Start
Deploying Workstations
66
Start
OS Updates and Troubleshooting Devices
67
Start
Change Management Documentation
68
Start
Peripheral Devices and Removable Storage
69
Start
Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities Demonstration
  1. HCIT - Module 6
70
Start
Module 6 - Medical Business Operations
71
Start
Medical Terms-Imaging and Testing
72
Start
Controlled Substance Schedules
73
Start
Trauma Center Qualifications
74
Start
Medical Imaging Terms and Testing
75
Start
Inpatient Medical Departments
76
Start
Outpatient Medical Departments
77
Start
Clinical Operations and Tools
78
Start
Medical Software Terms and Functions
79
Start
Imaging Formats and Standards
80
Start
Change Control and Support Requests
81
Start
System and Interface Messaging
82
Start
Typical Interface Issues
83
Start
Electronic Health Record Solutions Demonstration
  1. HCIT - Module 7
84
Start
Module 7 - HIT Security
85
Start
Security Challenges
86
Start
Access Control and Permissions
87
Start
Physical Security and Device Location
88
Start
Physical Security Access
89
Start
Environmental Security
90
Start
Password Guidelines
91
Start
Encryption Types and Utilities
92
Start
Secure Communications
93
Start
Storage Encryption Goals
94
Start
Storage Types and Architectures
95
Start
Securing Wireless Networks
96
Start
Remote Access Options
97
Start
Backup Security
98
Start
PHI Disposal
99
Start
Course End
EDUTAINMENT COURSE
?Interactive and entertaining talk-show style format presented by industry leading experts.
  • 04:11:29 Hours of learning
  • Receive a Certificate of Excellence on successful completion
  • Presented by highly qualified, industry leading experts
  • 12 Months access
  • 10-Day money-back guarantee
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