HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Q&A
2:30 p.m. PT
Health information technology ranks in the top-20 fastest–growing occupations in the United States. If you have a high school degree and a passion for healthcare and technology, you could enter this dynamic field in less than two years.
Healthcare is rapidly changing, always aimed at improving care and patient outcomes. With an Associate Degree in Health Information Technology (HIT) from Bryan University, you can be an active participant in healthcare reform, ensuring data and medical records are accurate, complete, and maintained securely.
Register for the Health Information Technology Q&A and participate in a live discussion about the future of healthcare information, and the integral role it plays in quality assurance and improved patient outcomes.
- What role do heath information technicians play in healthcare reform?
- What is the job forecast for health information technicians?
- How does the education at Bryan University prepare you to succeed as a health information technician?
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About the Presenter
As the Program Director of the Health Information Technology at Bryan University, Donna Estabrook is often asked why this program is so exciting. “Not only have we worked hard to develop a flipped-classroom learning environment for this program,” she answers, “but we have a working simulation lab, where our students will be able to work hands-on with the technology they will be using in the modern healthcare practice or hospital.”
Ms. Estabrook is huge advocate for student collaboration and mentoring those who have the drive to succeed in this dynamic career. She has been involved in healthcare information management for more than 20 years. She holds an associate of applied science degree in health information management from Phoenix College, a bachelor’s of science degree in communication from Arizona State University, and a master’s degree in management, ethics, from Arizona State University. She is a certified Registered Health Information Technologist, and has extensive experience in the health services industry, having held various director roles and supervised a wide range of departments, including pharmacy, registration, medical records, laboratory, and radiology. She has played instrumental roles in quality improvement, operations, and accreditation committees; and has managed/supervised all medical-records functions as they relate to staffing, patient services, quality assurance and improvement, coding for billing, compliance, communication, etc. She received the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011 from the Arizona Health Information Management Association.