2011 Community College Consortia to Educate Information Technology Professionals in Health Care

This presentation provides information on meeting the demand for skilled health information technology (HIT) staff through workforce training programs. It is suggested that community colleges can offer those programs and may be essential in expanding the HIT workforce. This information can be used to develop new workforce programs.


The material in these guides and tools was developed from the experiences of Regional Extension Center staff in the performance of technical support and EHR implementation assistance to primary care providers. The information contained in this guide is not intended to serve as legal advice nor should it substitute for legal counsel. The guide is not exhaustive, and readers are encouraged to seek additional detailed technical guidance to supplement the information contained herein.

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Practice Role
IT Professionals
Providers & Professionals
Resource Topics
Staff Development

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