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Electronic Medical Records FAQ's


What does an Electronic Medical Records Specialist do?
Who will I be working for?
Do I need to get Certified?


Q. What does an Electronic Medical Records Specialist do?
A. Electronic Medical Records Specialists review and organize patient health data in both digital and hard-copy formats. They ensure the quality, accuracy and security of critical documentation. Some of the managed data includes patient medical histories, physician exams, test results as well as demographic and insurance information.
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Q. Who will I be working for?
A. Electronic Medical Records Specialists can work in hospitals, doctors’ offices and nursing homes and serve an import role in the industry. Once you graduate, our graduate support representatives can give you some tips and tricks to use during your job search to help you find the best fit for you.
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Q. Do I need to get Certified?
A. While certification isn’t required, certified Electronic Medical Records Specialists may have a better chance at getting a job. Upon graduation from our program, you will receive your U.S. Career Institute Certificate of Completion attesting to your accomplishment. Also, U.S. Career Institute’s Electronic Medical Records Specialist program prepares you to sit for the CEHRS certification exam through the NHA. USCI will reimburse graduates for their study materials and exam fee (paid in full status required). $180 value. https://www.nhanow.com/certifications/electronic-health-records-specialist
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