|RHIA: Registered Health Information Administrator||
AHIMA's Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) credential is designed for managers and supervisors of health information technicians. As the vital link between care providers, payers, and patients, the RHIA is an expert in managing health records, administering computer systems, collecting and analyzing patient data, and using classification systems and medical terminologies. *RHIA certification candidates must hold a CAHIIM-accredited degree.
The Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) certification from AHIMA proves that a health information technician can ensure the quality of electronic health records by verifying their completeness, accuracy and proper entry into EMR computer systems. RHIT is the most demanded certificate for entry-level health information professionals.
|RHIT: Registered Health Information Technician||
AHIMA's Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) credential demonstrates the ability to effectively manage medical records by verifying their completeness, accuracy, and proper entry into EMR computer systems. Combined with job experience or a bachelors degree, the RHIT holds solid potential for advancement to supervisory positions. *RHIT certification candidates must hold a CAHIIM-accredited degree.
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