Curriculum of him ledderhose disease progression

HIMA 1010 – Introduction to Health Record Management (1). This course is designed for health related majors who have ledderhose disease progression interest in learning more of health records and documentation practices ledderhose disease progression in various health care delivery systems. The course focuses on the purpose and use of the ledderhose disease progression health record, the role of the health information management department, and its relationship with other services within the health care ledderhose disease progression facility. Prerequisites: None

HIMA 1040 – Medical Terminology (3). A study of the language of medicine with emphasis on ledderhose disease progression body systems, prefixes, suffixes, root terms, pronunciation and spelling. Emphasis on surgical instruments and procedures, diseases, laboratory tests, clinical procedures, and abbreviations for each system. Terms related to cancer medicine, radiology, nuclear medicine, pharmacology, psychiatry, systemic disorders, and autopsy procedures will be included. Prerequisites: BIOL 2010-2011 (C or better). Co-requisite: BIOL 2020-2021.

HIMA 2020 – Foundations of Health Information Management (3). A study of Health Information Management systems with emphasis on ledderhose disease progression health care delivery systems; the health information management profession; regulatory and accrediting requirements of patient caredata; health caredata development, content, structure, and use; data collection, quality, access and retention of paper-based records, electronic information, and image-based records. This course requires a laboratory component (2 lecture & 2 lab hours/week). Prerequisites: Completion of UNIV 1000, BIOL 2010-2011, BIOL 2020-2021, BISI 2150, HIM 1010, HIMA 1040 with a minimum grade of a C or ledderhose disease progression better. Co-requisites: HIMA 2100, HIMA 2200, HIMA 2250. Student must be accepted into the HIM program and/or with instructor’s approval.

HIMA 2200 – Legal and Ethical Aspects of Health Information (2). The American legal and court systems, terminology and procedures; principles of liability; patient record requirements with emphasis on regulations for content, retention, and destruction; access to health information; confidentiality and informed consent; the judicial process of health information; HIPAA privacy standards, fraud and abuse; specialized patient records; risk management and quality assessment of patient records as it ledderhose disease progression relates to internal and external reporting; HIV information; computerized patient records with emphasis on accreditation, licensure; liability issues and ethical standards for health information practices . Prerequisite HIMA 1010. Co-requisites: HIMA 2020, 2100, 2250.

HIMA 2250 – Health Statistics and Analysis (2). A study of the basic knowledge and skills in health ledderhose disease progression statistics and focus on the applications of the techniques for ledderhose disease progression analyzing and calculating hospital, health, and vital statistics for administrative use and health care planning ledderhose disease progression utilizing manual and computerized health information systems for the purpose ledderhose disease progression of graphic display and required reporting. Prerequisite: MATH 1110. Co-requisites: HIMA 2020, HIMA 2100, and HIMA 2200.

HIMA 2300- Alternative Health Record Systems and Registries (3). A course designed to expose students to health record management ledderhose disease progression in a non-traditional healthcare setting with focus on health record content and ledderhose disease progression structure; regulatory and accreditation requirements; data access, collection, and retention. The overall purpose, organization, development, and maintenance of various registries and indexes will be discussed. Field trips will be required as part of the classroom ledderhose disease progression experience. This course requires a laboratory component (2 lecture & 2 lab hours/week). Prerequisites: HIMA 1010, HIMA 2020, HIMA 2100, HIMA 2200, HIMA 2250 Co-requisites: HIMA 2350, HIMA 2400.

HIMA 2350- Coding and Classification of Health Data (3). An introduction to ICD-10-CM/PCS classification and coding of symptoms, diseases, operations, and procedures with emphasis on the UHDDS; basic coding steps and guidelines; coding guidelines for operations and procedures; supplementary classifications; signs & symptoms; and ethical coding standards. This course requires a laboratory component (2 lecture & 2 lab hours/week). Prerequisites: BIOL 2010-2011, BIOL 2020-2021, HIMA 1010, HIMA 1040, and HIMA 2100. Co-requisites: HIMA 2300, HIMA 2400.

HIMA 2400 – CPT/HCPCS Coding Classification Systems (3). A basic introduction to CPT and HCPCS coding classification systems ledderhose disease progression for ambulatory care with focus on their structure, application, and purpose as well as related reimbursement issues. Activities for this course will include coding, classification, and indexing of procedures in CPT/HCPCS for the purpose of standardization, retrieval, and analysis. This course requires a laboratory component (2 lecture & 2 lab hours/week). Prerequisites: BIOL 2010-2011, BIOL 2020-2021, HIMA 1010, HIMA 1040, and HIMA 2100. Co requisites: HIMA 2300, HIMA 2350.

HIMA 2704 – Directed Professional Practice and Seminar in Health Information Services (3). Students are assigned to health information centers during the summer ledderhose disease progression for practice experience under the direct supervision of either a ledderhose disease progression Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) or Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT). Students will gain experience through observation and demonstration in applying ledderhose disease progression theory and knowledge of technical aspects of Health Information Management ledderhose disease progression previously and currently studied. A seminar will be held to discuss the experiences acquired ledderhose disease progression during directed professional practice. Focus will be on presentation of the outcome of assigned ledderhose disease progression projects and activities. Capstone examination will be administered to evaluate student competency-based knowledge at the technical level in Health Information Management. Prerequisites: Completion of UNIV 1000, BIOL 2010-2011, BIOL 2020-2021, HIMA 1010, HIMA 1040, HIMA 2020, HIMA 2100, HIMA 2200, HIMA 2250, HIMA 2300, HIMA 2350, HIMA 2400. All UNIV, BIOL, and HIM courses completed with a minimum grade of a ledderhose disease progression C or better. An overall minimum grade point average 2.0 or better.

HIMA 3010 – Healthcare Billing (2). A study of health insurance process and responsible health care ledderhose disease progression payers. The course includes discussion on professional and uniform billing; the claim process; managed care including accounts receivable, collections and terminology; electronic data interchange (EDI); commercial plans; federal and state plans; workers compensation and disability compensation programs. Prerequisites: HIMA 2020, HIMA 2300, HIMA 2350, and HIMA 2400.

HIMA 3030 – Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (3). The study of quality management in healthcare with emphasis on ledderhose disease progression quality improvement, utilization review, risk management, clinical outcomes management, case management/critical path concepts, and accreditation and licensure standards. Student will acquire knowledge, skills, and tools needed to coordinate quality and resource management activities ledderhose disease progression in healthcare facilities. This course requires a laboratory component. Prerequisites: HIMA 1010, HIMA 2020, HIMA 2100, HIMA 2200, HIMA 2250, HIMA 2300, HIMA 2350, HIMA 2400, HIMA 2704.

HIMA 3300 – Advanced Coding and Classification of Health Data (2). An advanced study of ICD-10-CM coding and reimbursement systems with special emphasis on the ledderhose disease progression complexities of coding related to principle diagnosis selection and sequencing, problem diagnoses and procedures by body system, DRG assignment and PPS regulations for DRG validation, PRO requirements, case-mix concepts, and methods to ensure coding accuracy in automated and manual ledderhose disease progression coding systems. This course requires a laboratory component (1 lecture & 2 lab hours/week). Prerequisites: BIOL 2010- 2011, BIOL 2020- 2021, CHEM 2500; HIMA 2100, HIMA 2350, HIMA 2400. This course is designed for HIM majors only or with ledderhose disease progression permission of the HIM Instructor.

HIMA 4400- Organization and Management of Health Information Services (3). This course is designed to provide students with managerial skills ledderhose disease progression in the areas of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Emphasis will be on the processes of budgeting, staffing, directing, decision-making, development and evaluation of policies and procedures, and establishing standards for the quality of health information services. Special assignments include in-service education. Prerequisites: MGMT courses, senior standing in the HIMA curriculum with a minimum grade ledderhose disease progression point average of 2.0 or better.

HIMA 4424- Management Professional Practice in Health Information Services (6). Students are assigned to a Health Information center for supervised ledderhose disease progression Management Professional Practice experience to observe employee relations and interact ledderhose disease progression with healthcare professionals and consumers while under the direct supervision ledderhose disease progression of a qualified Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA). Students are provided the opportunity to apply the skills and ledderhose disease progression knowledge previously gained through classroom, directed professional practice, and laboratory experiences in carrying out management and administrative activities. A pre-practice seminar will be held to discuss practice expectations and ledderhose disease progression explore potential methods of identifying and solving problems that may ledderhose disease progression be encountered during management practice. Prerequisites: Completion of all HIMA, MGMT, BIOL, UNIV, and HCAP courses with a minimum grade of a C ledderhose disease progression or better, have an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 or better, and senior standing in the HIMA curriculum.

HIMA 4430 – Management Professional Practice Seminar (3). Student will participate in seminar to discuss the experiences acquired ledderhose disease progression during Management Professional Practice. Focus will be on presentation of the outcome of assigned ledderhose disease progression projects and activities; employment opportunities and preparation for job search; and discussion on graduate and professional studies. Students will participate in preparation for the registration examination. Focus will be on test-taking skills and assimilation of AHIMA required competencies. Capstone examination will be administered to evaluate student competency-based knowledge of Health Information Management. Prerequisites: Completion of all HIMA, MGMT, BIOL, UNIV and HCAP courses with a minimum grade of a ledderhose disease progression C or better, have an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 or better, and senior standing in the HIM curriculum. Co-requisite: HIMA 4424.

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