The Health Information Technology Program is accredited by the American Health Information Management Association and the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).
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The Atlantic Cape Community College Health Information Technology (HIT) Program is a cooperative program done in conjunction with Camden County College. The program prepares students for the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification. Graduates with (RHIT) certification are employed in a variety of settings such as acute care hospitals, long-term care facilities, rehabilitation facilities, insurance agencies, and pharmaceutical companies. The program is offered in two (2) phases. The first year of study, pre-professional phase, consist of courses in general education, mathematics, science, and health information technology offered at Atlantic Cape. The second year, or the professional phase of the program, includes the remaining health information technology courses and professional practice opportunities offered at Camden County College. Upon completion of the pre-professional phase here at Atlantic Cape, students apply to Camden County College for admittance to the professional phase of the program. The professional phase of the program requires a separate application and criminal history background check, urine drug screening, and specific health requirements.
Please see the Health Information Technology (HIT) degree page in this catalog for more information on the pre-professional phase of the program and contact information. More information about the professional phase of the program can be found at