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Centura College Introduces Health Information Technology and It’s a HIT

Posted by on May 24, 2017 in Adult Education, Career Change, Centura College, Centura Newport News, Centura Richmond, Health Information Technology

Centura College expands upon its health care training offerings with the announcement of Health Information Technology Diploma program.

By Jul DeGeus

Centura College’s Richmond and Newport News campuses upgraded their curriculum by introducing Health Information Technology to their list of diploma programs offered. Students will train to work in the integrated industries of health care and information technology, through examination of health data and development of code for billing. Students can enroll now.

The Health Information Technology Diploma program is designed to ready students for the analysis of health data and transcription of diagnostic and procedural terms and services into a coded form for analysis and billing. Courses, such as Medical Terminology and Anatomy and Physiology, develop students for engagement within the health care field, while classes like CPT Coding and Computer Software Application in Healthcare develop students’ information technology skills. The program prepares students for entry-level positions within the health care field and is designed to take as little as 8 months to complete. Upon graduation, students will have acquired the knowledge and eligibility to take the Certified Coding Associate exam through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Career opportunities for a Heath Information Technology graduate include coder, health information specialist, biller, or a medical record specialist.

 

Centura College’s Richmond campus is located at 7914 Midlothian Turnpike in Richmond, Va. For more information, call 804-330-0111.

 

Centura College’s Newport News campus is located at 616 Denbigh Boulevard in Newport News, Va. For more information, call 757-874-2121.

About Centura College

Since 1969, Centura College has been training working adults in the important fields of computers, business, law and healthcare. These are among the fastest growing career fields in today’s marketplace and in the future. Currently, Centura College’s Newport News campus is enrolling students to train for careers in medical assisting, massage therapy, information technology, business, phlebotomy and health information technology. Centura College’s Richmond campus is enrolling students to train for careers in medical assisting, massage therapy, dental assisting, practical nursing, nurse aide, phlebotomy, building maintenance and repair, health information technology and heating, ventilation and air conditioning. The school offers professional facilities, knowledgeable instructors, day or evening classes, and job placement assistance. To learn more, visit www.CenturaCollege.edu. Like us on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/centura.edu.

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Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 in Business Management

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Business Degree Program Centura College

Centura College Business Degree Students Write an Actual Business Plan

The graduating students in the Business Degree Program at Centura College, Newport News campus write a professional business plan as their capstone course. It represents 18 months of business instruction and finalizes their academic training. Business plans have a 6-part development process and 5 sections which include a written statement that describes the nature of the business, the target market, the advantages the business will have in relation to competition, and the resources and qualifications of the owners. …Read More Here

Healing Pain through Massage Therapy

Posted by on Jul 19, 2013 in Massage Therapy

Healing Pain through Massage Therapy – Centura College, Newport News Campus Students, Donate Massage Therapy for Survivors of Sexual Abuse

 

Healing Pain through Massage Therapy | Centura COllege

Healing Pain through Massage Therapy

Veronica Thomas, President of Survivors Not Victims of Sexual Abuse (SNV), holds counseling meetings with survivors of sexual abuse. Ms. Thomas asked about having some massage therapy for her survivors. Five students from the Centura College Massage Therapy Program (Gloria Henderson, Terrell Jones, Soraya Howell, and Listrice Belfield) participated in the “Healing Pain through Massage Therapy” event with no hesitation. …Read More Here

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