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HIPAA, EMR, Security & Workforce Healthcare Training
4Med Training courseware is approved for CEU and continuing education in association with EMRapproved and Corexcel.
4Medapproved developed comprehensive education for individuals, groups and vendors. The training and education program combines self-paced online lessons, multimedia content, certification exams and hands-on practical experience with access to a real-world certified EMR solution. Continuing Education Credits (CEU) and college credit available.
To meet this increasing demand, EMRapproved developed comprehensive education for individuals, groups and vendors. The training and education program combines self-paced online lessons, multimedia content, certification exams and hands-on practical experience with access to a real-world certified EMR solution.
Thousands of students have been trained through the 4Med program thus far. Part of that growth includes work with community colleges, medical schools, vocational programs and online training initiatives such as WIA (Workforce Investment Act).
4Med Certifications Include:
• Certified EMR Office Professional (CEOP)
• Certified Healthcare Technology Professional (CHTP)
• Certified Healthcare Technology Sales Professional (CHTSP)
• Certified EMR Management Professional (CEMP)
• Certified Healthcare Technology Hiring Professional (CHTHP)
• Certified HIPAA Security Professional (CHSP)
• Certified HIPAA Workforce Professional (CHWP)
Courses are also available as part of complete career bundles for various fields, including medical IT support, office management and inside sales. New courses are announced and released regularly to address the needs of the EMR and HIT Communities.
As federal incentives for electronic health records are phased out and penalties loom, the number of openings for qualified HIT professionals far exceeds supply. A recent survey by Wanted Analytics showed that EHR training was the most sought-after skill in the healthcare market. In addition, a survey by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) found that two-thirds of member chief information officers (CIOs) who responded were experiencing HIT staffing shortages.