All Allied Health

HTH101 - Universal Precautions (13 hours)
This course supplies training and information on the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for individuals at risk of occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). This OSHA standard is a federal mandate requiring the use of Universal Precautions and other engineering and work practice controls to provide a safe workplace for those employees. Exposure to blood and OPIM could result in transmission of bloodborne pathogens, which could lead to disease or death. (Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced)

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HTH102 - HIPAA Privacy Rule Training for Health Care Organizations (13 hours)
This course provides a foundation for all learners to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The course defines HIPAA and introduces its most current information, including privacy rules and security rules, and provides students with opportunities to locate information on the HIPAA. Students are encouraged to consider HIPAA from the perspective of the patient as well as the Covered Entity. In addition, students are introduced to the HITECH Act and its impact on electronic medical records. At the end of the course, students will be able to implement safe guards with HIPAA. (Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced)

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HTH103 - Customer Service for Health Care (41 hours)
This course provides participants with the basics of customer service for individuals seeking to work in the healthcare industry. In the past few years, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid services have implemented a customer service survey called HCAHPS. The initiative is to measure patients' satisfactions and perspectives on hospital care. The uniqueness of the HCAHPS survey also provides patients' with a transparent viewpoint of their local hospitals and they may choose to which competitor they would like to return their investments. In response to the HCAHPS course, as well as the application of the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, health care facilities are reevaluating customer service and implementing new patient service standards and regulations in their facilities. The goal of this course is to provide participants with insight to the HCAHPS survey as well as the tools to provide excellent customer service in their field. (Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced)

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HTH105 - Patient Access Specialist (41 hours)
This course introduces students to the many roles and responsibilities encompassed by the Patient Access Services department in a hospital setting. They will also learn about the delivery of the critical components of the revenue cycle and compliance issues with regulatory agencies. In addition, the course will provide students with an understanding of the role of correct patient identification practices in maintaining patient safety and the need for extraordinary customer service skills in difficult situations. Finally, students will gain the skills and knowledge required to sit for the Certified Healthcare Access Associate certification exam is one of five courses comprising the Patient Access Specialist Program. Students will be introduced to the many roles and responsibilities encompassed by the Patient Access Services department in a hospital setting. They will also learn about the delivery of the critical components of the revenue cycle and compliance issues with regulatory agencies. In addition, the course will provide students with an understanding of the role of correct patient identification practices in maintaining patient safety and the need for extraordinary customer service skills in difficult situations. Finally, students will gain the skills and knowledge required to sit for the Certified Healthcare Access Associate certification exam. (Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced)

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HTH201 - ICD-9 to ICD-10 Coding Certification Preparation (180 hours)
This courses aids learners in preparation for certification in the new ICD-10 medical coding standards. The course is designed to assist learners trained and/or certified in ICD-9 medical coding to transition to the new requirements and prepare them for updated certifications. This online course includes a comprehensive training and review program along with video instruction and practice assessments. An instructor is available to answer posted questions within 48 hours. Learners who successfully complete a final assessment can earn a certificate of successful completion. (Delivery Format: Online, Mentored)

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HTH220 - Certified Professional Health Care Compliance Officer (41 hours)
This course prepares students to become certified Health Care Compliance Officers. Students develop an understanding of the key requirements needed to effectively develop, implement, and monitor a health care compliance program for their practices or help others in their compliance efforts, which are based on governmental regulatory guidelines. Students will emerge from this course fully prepared to sit for the AAPC's Certified Professional Compliance Officer (CPCOo) certification exam. The certification exam itself is not part of this course. (Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced)

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