CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician

Pre-Requisites: While there is no required prerequisite, the Healthcare IT Technician is intended to follow CompTIA A+ or equivalent experience.

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Key Features

  • Online live classroom available
  • Quality learning materials
  • Small Class Sizes
  • State of the Art Facility
  • Free Retakes
  • Instructor Led Classroom training
  • Certified Industry Experienced Teachers
  • 100% Job Placement assistance

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Define and describe concepts and terminology that are fundamental to your understanding of the use of IT in a healthcare environment.
  • Describe the medical environment including its organization, stakeholders, and the most significant technologies.
  • Leverage core medical concepts to describe the use of IT in the medical workplace.
  • Describe the essential elements of computing including hardware, software, networking, and change control.
  • Provide IT support and solve IT problems in the medical workplace.
  • Integrate security best practices into your daily healthcare IT workflow.

 

The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Exam is a vendor-neutral certificate. The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician certificate will show that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills required to implement, deploy, and support Health IT systems in various clinical settings. Successful candidates will understand regulatory requirements, healthcare terminology/acronyms, and possess a basic understanding of practice workflow while adhering to code of conduct policies and security best practices.

After finishing Healthcare IT certification one will be enabled with the skills to effectively regulatory requirements, organizational behaviors, IT operations, medical business operations and security and work as HIT at many of todays in the Health IT industries. HIT+ Certification also helps you work toward the following job titles: Security administrator, Network administrator, System administrator, Desktop support, and Database administrator. The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician will provide students with the knowledge and skills required to implement, deploy, and support Health IT systems in various clinical settings.

Successful candidates will understand regulatory requirements, healthcare terminology/acronyms, and possess a basic understanding of practice workflow while adhering to code of conduct policies and security best practices. This course prepares students for CompTIA Exam HIT-001- CompTIA HIT+ Healthcare IT Technician Certification.

Regulatory Requirements

  • Identify standard agencies, laws, and regulations.
  • Explain and classify HIPAA controls and compliance issues.
  • Summarize regulatory rules of record retention, disposal, and archiving.
  • Explain and interpret legal best practices, requirements, and documentation.

Organizational Behavior

  • Use best practices for handling PHI in the workplace.
  • Identify EHR/EMR access roles and responsibilities.
  • Apply proper communication methods in the workplace.
  • Identify organizational structures and different methods of operation.
  • Given a scenario, execute daily activities while following a code of conduct.

IT Operations

  • Identify commonly used IT terms and technologies.
  • Demonstrate the ability to setup a basic PC workstation within an EHR/EMR environment.
  • Given a scenario, troubleshoot and solve common PC problems.
  • Install and configure hardware drivers and devices.
  • Compare and contrast basic client networks and tools.
  • Setup basic network devices and apply basic configuration settings.
  • Given a scenario, troubleshoot and solve common network problems.
  • Explain the features of different backup configurations and the associated maintenance practices.
  • Classify different server types, environments, features, and limitations.
  • Compare and contrast EHR/EMR technologies and how each is implemented.

Medical Business Operations

  • Identify commonly used medical terms and devices.
  • Explain aspects of a typical clinical environment.
  • Identify and label different components of medical interfaces.
  • Determine common interface problems and escalate when necessary.
  • Explain the basics of document imaging.
  • Given a scenario, determine common clinical software problems.

Security

  • Explain physical security controls.
  • Summarize the different encryption types and when each is used.
  • Apply best practices when creating and communicating passwords.
  • Classify permission levels based on roles.
  • Identify different remote access methods and security controls.
  • Recognize wireless security protocols and best practices.
  • Implement best practices in secure disposal of electronic or physical PHI.
  • Implement backup procedures based on disaster recovery policies
  • Identify common security risks and their prevention methods.

Course Number : CPHI-0-0100

Duration : 40 hours

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