Health Information Technology Club
Advocating Student Advancement into the Health Information Technology and Management Profession
- To encourage and develop programs for those persons interested in the field of medical records/health information management.
To provide educational meetings relevant to the profession and social events to provide a cohesive nature to the group, including presentations from guest speakers from fields related to Health Information Management.
This is a non-profit student academic club. No part of the net earnings of this club shall insure to the benefit of any private member or individual, nor shall the club perform particular services for individual members thereof.
Requirements for Membership
Membership is open to those students admitted into the Health Information Technology program or Coding Specialist Certificate program at Rose State College and to those pre-program students interested in the field of Health Information Technology/Management as a major. Any member must remain in good standing with the club in order to participate in club activities and educational opportunities.
$5.00 per regular semester or $10.00 per year.
For the Spring 2013 semester, the meetings will be the first Wednesday of every month at 10:45 a.m. in the new Health Sciences Building, Room 137.
President: Jennifer Travis
Vice-President: Jacy Martin
Secretary: Carrie Wall
Treasurer: Samantha Valley
Student Senate Representatives: Angie Hunt and Randi Avery
Website Maintenance: Aubrey Henthorn
Faculty: Julie Hoisington - email@example.com
What is Health Information Management?
Health information technicians are skilled in classifying, analyzing, and managing information needed by patients, care facilities, and insurers. This program is one of only two such accredited on-site programs in Oklahoma. Graduates will develop knowledge of medical terminology, disease processes, and pharmacology and will be eligible to pursue national certification. Locally and nationally there is a shortage of trained professionals in this exciting field. Associate degree or certificate-only options are available. For more information about Rose State's HIT Degree Program and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the its state division OKHIMA, click the links in the right hand column of this page.
Check out this video about the 2010 opening of Rose State College's new Health Sciences Center, where all Health Information Technology classes are held.