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Electronic Medical Records

Course details

Learn the ins and outs of the Electronic Medical Records (EMR) field. This course will teach you the fundamentals of health information management and electronic records, and how to help healthcare organizations protect the privacy and integrity of patient's records.

Learn how to:

  • Interpret medical records industry terminology

  • Identify the components and structure of patient and electronic health record systems

  • Explain the impact government, commercial, and third parties have on health information management

  • Understand the regulations and policies associated with medical records and healthcare organizations

Explore in-demand skills in areas like:

  • Differentiate laws and regulations that impact EHRs

  • Identify components of the EHR and impacts on record integrity

  • Medical language application

  • Identify impact of the payers on the EHR policy and process

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  • Course level
    FoundationalCourse level
  • Course format
    Self-ledCourse format
  • Estimated learning time
    30 hrsEstimated learning time
  • Access to course
    1 yearAccess to course

Finish this course and earn a certificate of completion to display on your resume or LinkedIn®.

Retain the skills you learn.
Apply them day one.

Your efforts and achievements will be tracked throughout the course, so you know when you're hitting the mark - and when you're not. Your progress will be determined by your ability to demonstrate a skill and apply it immediately; not just answering questions and moving to the next learning module.

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Is this course for you?

The Professional:

  • You're looking to dive deeper into the regulations and policies that govern electronic medical records.
  • You're looking to better understand the benefits of the electronic records that have been integrated into your practice.

The Learner:

  • You're interested in learning about migration of medical records to the digital world.
  • You're interested in learning about the electronic medical records field and the impact it is having on healthcare.

What's included

Course outline:

  • Course Overview
    • Getting Started
    • Welcome to Foundations in Electronic Medical Records
  • Module 1: EHRs Structure & Function
    • Module 1: Welcome & Overview
    • Interactive Electronic Health Record Ecosystem
    • Module 1: Juicy Cases
    • Module 1: Big Ideas & Key Concepts
    • Module 1: Important Terms and Concepts
    • Module 1: Comprehension Check
    • Module 1: Summative Assessment
  • Module 2: Laws and Regulations
    • Module 2: Welcome & Overview
    • Module 2: Juicy Cases
    • Module 2: Big Ideas & Key Concepts
    • Module 2: Important Terms and Concepts
    • Module 2: Comprehension Check
    • Module 2: Summative Assessment
  • Module 3: Record Integrity
    • Module 3: Welcome & Overview
    • Module 3: Juicy Cases
    • Module 3: Big Ideas & Key Concepts
    • Module 3: Important Terms and Concepts
    • Module 3: Comprehension Check
    • Module 3: Summative Assessment
  • Module 4: Payer Impact on EHR's Policy and Process
    • Module 4: Welcome & Overview
    • Module 4: Juicy Cases
    • Module 4: Big Ideas & Key Concepts
    • Module 4: Important Terms and Concepts
    • Module 4: Comprehension Check
    • Module 4: Summative Assessment
  • Module 5: Medical Terminology and Usage
    • Module 5: Welcome & Overview
    • Module 5: Juicy Cases
    • Module 5: Big Ideas & Key Concepts
    • Module 5: Important Terms and Concepts
    • Module 5: Comprehension Check
    • Module 5: Summative Assessment
  • Course Conclusion
    • Course Conclusion

Skills you'll gain with this course:

  • Differentiate laws and regulations that impact EHRs

    Differentiate the laws and regulations impacting the management of Electronic Health Records.

  • Identify components of the EHR and impacts on record integrity

    Identify common components of the medical records and requirements needed to preserve electronic record integrity.

  • Medical language application

    Communicate relevant ideas and concepts through selecting appropriate medical language.

  • Identify impact of the payers on the EHR policy and process

    Recognize the influence of the government and third party payers on the policy and practices related to medical records for healthcare orgs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our professional development courses are structured and you will be guided through the experience.

  • You’ll complete bite-sized lessons of instructions.
  • Each lesson will be approximately 60 minutes.
  • After you complete the lessons in each module, you will be assessed.
  • Review and complete the assessment as many times as you like, to make sure you’re absorbing all the content.
  • Upon successful completion, you will move to the next lesson.

You’ll have up to 12 months to complete your short course from the time you purchase it.

When you’re done, you will receive a certificate of completion you can display on your LinkedIn® profile.

It’s a simple, two-step process.

STEP 1: Sign up with a social media account or your personal email.

STEP 2: Pay with your credit card and start your course.

All you have to do is complete the lessons in the order they appear, until you’re done. That’s it.

These professional development courses do not align to industry-recognized certifications.

You may request a refund at anytime within seventy-two (72) hours of purchase for any reason. After the 72 hour period, no refunds will be granted. To request a refund, please contact the professional development team by email at You will lose access to the course once we begin processing your refund.

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