Health Information Technologies

What will I learn?

Employing the latest resources, the PCC HIT program helps you develop the knowledge, skills and practical experience that employers value. When pursuing degrees and certificates in Health Information Management (HIM) and Technology (HIT), you’ll complete guided studies from the disciplines of medicine, management, finance, information technology and law, opening new opportunities to choose from a variety of jobs across many different healthcare settings.

Patty Almestica-Huelst
Health Information Technology Graduate
Patty Almestica-Huelst

Patty is a Health Information Technology graduate who was drawn to Pueblo Community College based on a referral from a friend who had a positive experience.

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Degree & Certificate Offerings in Health Information Technology:

Healthcare Information Systems AAS

Award/Program Credits
61

HIT Medical Coding AAS

Award/Program Credits
62

HIT Medical Coding Certificate

Award/Program Credits
42

Introduction to Health Information Technology

Award/Program Credits
18

Program Information

Location
Online
Pathway
Technology
Awards
Certificate, AAS
Course Availability
Online
Program Start
Every Semester
Program Length
4 Semesters
HIMSS Approved Education Partner

As a HIMSS Approved Education Partner, Pueblo Community College has met HIMSS’ rigorous standards for delivering world-class, effective healthcare and health information and technology education.

AHIMA PCAP Approved - Professional Certificate Approval Program

The Pueblo Community College HIT Medical Coding Certificate is approved by the AHIMA Professional Certificate Approval Program. 

CAHIMM Accredited Program

Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informations and Information Management Education.

Contact

Program Coordinator
Marianne Horvath
719-549-3197
Marianne.Horvath@pueblocc.edu

Faculty
Ronda Gasperetti
719-549-3434
Ronda.Gasperetti@pueblocc.edu