The field of health information management (medical records) is growing rapidly. The Health Information Assistant program provides students with knowledge of the duties and responsibilities of health information managers. Through the use of textbooks, applications, and simulations, students are given the opportunity to develop the skills required for this field. These skills include: International Classification of Diseases Tenth Revision (ICD 10-CM) and Procedure Classification System (ICD 10-PCS), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding, insurance billing, records management, HIPAA regulations, and office management.
HIA Brochure 2017
- Patient Data Entry
- Medical CPT Coder
- Medical ICD-10 Coder
- Medical Records Management
- Medical Staff Credentialing
- Office Manager
- Insurance Pre-Authorization for procedures
- Medical Insurance Biller
For more information on careers please visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Degrees and Certificates
* Some courses may only be offered at the ASU-Beebe Searcy campus
Technical Certificate in Health Information Technology
|HIA||1103||Medical Terminology I|
|HIA||1203||Body Structure and Function|
|HIA||1303||Medical Office Procedure|
|MATH||1013||Technical Math M or Higher|
|ENG/COM||1003/1013||Freshman English I or Career Communications|
Certificate of Proficiency in Health Information Assistant
These courses are taken in the Fall semester and are located on the Searcy campus.
For general college expenses, students can view ASU-Beebe's Tuition.