Health Informatics and Office Administration

Ensure the compliant exchange of health information; oversee the day-to-day operations of an office or be the front line of the doctor experience.

The Health Informatics and Office Administration Department offers quality instruction by dedicated faculty for high growth employment in the areas of Health Informatics and Information Technology, Office Administration and Medical Assisting.

Students build essential skills working closely with highly credentialed faculty using real world technology. Take what you learn from the classroom into the field with provided practicums and internships.

Degrees and certificates are structured to provide both career and academic advancement. For those students that may be interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree after CCBC we offer transfer agreements. Each program prepares graduates who are eligible, to take certification examinations given by state and national certification agencies.

Career and Educational Pathways:
  • Start at CCBC and transfer to a four-year school
  • Build your career with a degree
  • Upgrade your skills with a certificate

Programs

Administrative Office Professional

The Administrative Office Professional program provides students not only with technical skills but also with the necessary analytical, conceptual, communication, and organizational skills to perform successfully in any office environment.

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Health Informatics and Information Technology (HIIT)

Health care is the fastest growing market in the computer field. The Health Information Management (HIM) field is rapidly evolving from paper-based medical records management to an increasingly electronic environment. This degree program prepares students for a challenging career path that combines a profession in health care and information technology.

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Medical Assisting

Medical Assisting prepares students for careers in the medical office. Graduates may expect to find employment as administrative medical assistants, clinical medical assistants, medical transcriptionists, medical billing clerks, hospital admitting clerks, and hospital unit secretaries.

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