Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about Marymount’s #HealthIT programs that will prepare you for today’s fastest gowing career track!
Wed, Oct 26, 2011, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Space Is Limited. Register Now!
Need more IT expertise in your health care organization? Marymount University now offers a B.S. in Health Information Management and a post-baccalaureate certificate in Health Information Technology that will provide cutting-edge knowledge in this growing field. To learn about these programs, join Marymount faculty and Admissions staff at an Information Session on Wednesday, October 26, at 6:30 p.m. at Marymount’s Reston Center, 1861 Wiehle Ave.
- The B.S. in Health Information Management program offers courses in health care management, information technology, and medical information management, including medical coding. From day one, students can apply their new skills to increase efficiency in the delivery of quality health care within their organization.
- The Health Information Technology Certificate (post-baccalaureate) is for students who have previously earned a bachelor’s degree in an information technology-related field or an allied health field.
- Track I for IT professionals focuses on health care delivery systems, medical terminology, legal issues in health care, and health care reimbursement.
- Track II for allied health professionals emphasizes training in computer and database technology, computer networking, electronic document management, and computer security.
Thanks to all who visited Marymount Reston Center’s exhibit booth at Oktoberfest at the Town Center this past weekend. It was nice to meet you, and we learned what a valuable educational resource the center is to the area.
We handed out 500 bottles of hand sanitizer and almost as many boxes on mints!
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any additional questions. Visit us at marymount.edu/reston. Enjoy the photos.
You’re invited to join us for an online chat about Marymount University’s
B.S. in Health Information Management program and Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Health Information Technology.
Two sessions are scheduled:
Prospective students are welcome to participate in either or both forums and will have the opportunity to ask Dr. Nick Rouse, Marymount’s Health Information program director, about course curriculum and the expanding career opportunities in Health Information. A Marymount Admissions representative will be available to answer any questions about the application process.