Medical Records Specialists maintain accurate, organized and permanent documentation of medical care to provide data for a variety of health information needs. Accurate and timely health care data are necessary to evaluate, plan, and deliver quality health care. The medical world depends on health information management professionals to collect, maintain, organize, and interpret this data. Medical Records Specialists are employed in a variety of settings including; hospitals and clinics. In addition, health information professionals work in physician offices, insurance companies, long term care facilities, rehabilitation and mental health facilities. The diploma program in Medical Records at Apollo College prepares the graduate to work in the health information technology profession. The clinical practice segment is designed to reinforce classroom learning.
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