Since 1902, we have been supporting students achieve success
We believe each of our online students deserves personalized attention and focus. Our online health information management and technology degrees are geared towards some of the fastest-growing healthcare careers in the United States.
Health information management professionals take on advanced data management roles throughout hospitals, nursing homes, medical group practices, clinics, home health agencies, ambulatory care practices, public health organizations, and more.
Benefit from the online classes and individualized attention that an NC education provides.
120 Years’ Experience
We have been part of the Chicagoland area for well over a century, helping students just like you to succeed.
Programs in Fast-Growing Careers
We design our certificate and degree programs to get you out of the classroom and into the workplace quickly.
NC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and holds various programmatic accreditations.
Potential Health information Management Jobs
Health Information Management
Bachelor of Science Degree
Health information management professionals take on advanced data management roles throughout hospitals, nursing homes, medical group practices, clinics, home health agencies, ambulatory care practices, public health organizations, and more. Wherever they work, they’re often in charge of:
While some health information managers may work independently, many others will manage teams of healthcare professionals, like medical coders, transcriptionists, administrative staff, and so on. In cases like that, health information management professionals are in charge of not just the data, but the other people handling the data and make sure they do so with a critical eye.
Potential Health information Technology Jobs
Health Information Technology
Associate of Applied Science Degree
These days, every medical facility — from top research hospitals to grassroots-level nonprofit health clinics — relies on electronic record keeping, governed by specialized rules and regulations in order to preserve patient privacy and confidentiality. Health information technicians, sometimes called medical records technicians, are tasked with the organization and management of this sensitive data, with duties that include:
Because of the nature of the data and information being managed, maintaining the confidentiality of patient's records with the utmost integrity is a key factor in the profession. And with everything located online, health information technicians these days must be knowledgeable about the digital databases they utilize and how to keep them secure from any unwanted access.