Obtaining an associate’s degree in health information/medical records technology/technician allows an individual to ensure the quality of medical records by verifying accuracy through proper data entry. This certification can lead to a career as a health data analyst, medical records technician, insurance claims analyst, clinical coding specialist, and patient information coordinator. Additionally, you’ll learn skills in compliance with privacy laws and how to provide information to make fair judgements in health information and medical records of patients.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Metropolitan State University of Denver Denver, CO||34 : 1||20,080|
|Aims Community College Greeley, CO||55 : 1||6,634|
|National American University-Centennial Centennial, CO|
|Arapahoe Community College Littleton, CO||125 : 1||12,759|
|Front Range Community College Westminster, CO||78 : 1||19,283|
|National American University-Colorado Springs South Colorado Springs, CO|