Medical Information Technology
Tammie Disco Boggs
Rm 311 P, Newtown Campus
Medical Information Technology graduates prepare medical records and reports, maintain paper and electronic files, order supplies, perform accounting procedures, work with medical insurance and coding, and receive patients in a variety of health care settings. Associate degree tracks include Medical Administrative, Medical Coding, Electronic Medical Records, Medical Office Management, and Medical Transcription. Shorter term diplomas and certificates are also offered. Students enrolled in the degree or diploma options are required to complete an internship or capstone course.
The MIT program now offers a certificate as a Medical Scribe that can be completed in just one year. Scribes accompany physicians as they work with patients and record for the physician in real time.
Students seeking an MIT credential are required to complete all required courses with a grade of C or better and also to maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
Program checklists provide recommended sequencing for degree, diploma, and certificate offerings.
Visit the program website to learn more about degree requirements, program faculty, career opportunities, and more.
Gainful Employment Information
- Electronic Health Records Specialist CERTIFICATE
- Hospital Admissions Specialist CERTIFICATE
- Medical Administrative Assistant DIPLOMA
- Medical Coding CERTIFICATE
- Medical Receptionist CERTIFICATE
- Medical Records Specialist DIPLOMA
- Medical Scribe Assistant CERTIFICATE
- Medical Transcriptionist CERTIFICATE
- Medical Unit Coordinator CERTIFICATE
- List of Gainful Employment Disclosures
- Program Brochure
- Program Assessments