MOA 180 - 3.00 - ELECTRONIC HEALTH/MEDICAL RECORDS
Description: Medical Office Administration 180 provides students with an introduction to the fundamental theories and practices of Health Information Management. The course includes an overview of health services organization and delivery; health data and record structure; health content and standards; and healthcare information technology functions and responsibilities. The course also includes information systems, technologies and requirements and health information privacy, and security. This course is aligned with the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM).
Recommended preparation: MOA 185 & Eligibility for English 120, ESL 151, BUSAD 106, or equivalent.

HIT 182 - 3.00 - LEGAL ASPECTS OF HEALTH CARE AND ETHICS
Description: Health Information Technology 182 provides the student with an introduction to legal issues pertaining to healthcare, health information, and the patient's health record as a legal document. The course includes instruction on patient privacy and confidentiality, patient rights, release of information, informed consents, advance directives, compliance, criminal activities including fraud and abuse, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Electronic -Health.This course is aligned with accreditation standards for the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM), an independent accrediting organization whose mission is to serve the public interest by establishing and enforcing quality standards for Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIM) educational programs. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: MOA 180. Recommended Prep: MOA 185 and eligibility for English 120, ESL 151, BUSAD 106 or equivalent.

HIT 184 - 2.00 - HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
Description:
Health Information Technology 184 provides students with an introduction to healthcare delivery systems, including ambulatory, long-term and managed care, mental health, rehabilitation medicine, hospice and home health. This course also focuses on regulatory and accreditation requirements, funding and reimbursement, licensing and government regulations within the health care delivery system. This course is aligned with standards for the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM).
Prerequisite: MOA 180. Recommended Prep: MOA 185 and eligibility for English 120, ESL 151, BUSAD 106 or equivalent.

HIT 186 - 3.00 - HEALTH CARE QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Description: Health Information Technology 186 provides the student with an understanding of healthcare quality management and performance improvement principles within a hospital setting, focusing on historical, theoretical, and practical applications and methodologies. Instruction includes data collection and analysis; regulatory, accreditation, and patient safety compliance; credentialing and utilization; and case and risk management. This course is aligned with accreditation standards for the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM), an independent accrediting organization whose mission is to serve the public interest by establishing and enforcing quality standards for Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIM) educational programs. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: MOA 180. Recommended Prep: MOA 185 and eligibility for English 120, ESL 151, BUSAD 106 or equivalent.

HIT 193 - 3.00 - CURRENT PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY (CPT) CODING
Description:
Health Information Technology 193 provides the student with an introduction to Healthcare Common Procedure Coding Systems (HCPCS) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding for ambulatory services related to facility and professional services, with an overview of coding conventions, principles, regulatory guidance, and coding software. This course is aligned with accreditation standards for the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM), an independent accrediting organization whose mission is to serve the public interest by establishing and enforcing quality standards for Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIM) educational programs Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: MOA 180. Recommended Prep: MOA 185 and eligibility for English 120, ESL 151, BUSAD 106 or equivalent.

HIT 194 - 3.00 - INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES (ICD) CLINICAL MODIFICATIONS (CM) VERSION 10
Description: Health Information Technology 194 provides the student with an overview of nomenclature and classification systems, with a focus on coding inpatient clinical information from medical records. Instruction includes coding diagnoses, utilizing the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), clinical Modifications (CM) Version 10 sequencing, and coding conventions. This course is aligned with accreditation standards for the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM), an independent accrediting organization whose mission is to serve the public interest by establishing and enforcing quality standards for Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIM) educational programs. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: MOA 180. Recommended Prep: MOA 185 and eligibility for English 120, ESL 151, BUSAD 106 or equivalent.

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