CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Boot Camp
Duration: 5 days
CompTIA is heavily involved in the push to update the country's outdated healthcare records and prescribing systems through incentives for healthcare information technology. Electronic records, prescriptions and other IT tools can reduce doctor and pharmacist errors, create a more comprehensive and clear recording system, and reduce healthcare costs. CompTIA's initiatives and incentives will lead to increased efficiencies and better healthcare through the purchase, installation, use and maintenance of health information technology training, equipment and software. The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician will provide students with the knowledge and skills required to implement, deploy, and support Health IT systems in various clinical settings. Successful candidates will understand regulatory requirements, healthcare terminology/acronyms, and possess a basic understanding of practice workflow while adhering to code of conduct policies and security best practices.
While there is no required prerequisite, the Healthcare IT Technician is intended to follow CompTIA A+ or equivalent experience.
- The complete CompTIA courseware. We pre-ship study materials for your preparation (upon request), and provide the complete CompTIA courseware for your training Boot Camp.
- Subject Matter Experts for instructors. Our instructors are unequaled among training providers, and hold the most prestigious certifications and cutting-edge, real world expertise.
- They are available to you throughout the day for the length of the course for group instruction, lab exercise leadership and individual coaching.
- We teach to accommodate every student's learning needs, including instruction, hands-on labs, lab partner and group exercises, independent study, self-testing, question and answer drills, and friendly competitions between concurrently running classes.
- Lab manuals, guidebooks, and Measure Up self-testing software are utilized to augment your courseware and instruction. And the instructors are with you every step of the way.
- State-of-the-art educational facilities. The school has dedicated, well-equipped educational facilities where you will attend instruction and labs, and have access to comfortable study and lounging rooms. Our students consistently say our facilities are unsurpassed!
- Five (5) full days of Intensive instruction and labs.
- Hands-on practice and skills development on real Dell Computers and servers.
- Prep books covering the CompTIA exams,
- Custom Courseware and exceptional Practice Tests,
- Exam vouchers, covering all of the CompTIA exams, and
- Self Test™, Transcender® or MeasureUp Testing Software.
All Exams are delivered at the Training Center, which is an authorized Prometric and Pearson/VUE Testing Center . We will provide a large number of testing stations dedicated to the Boot Camp. A test administrator will be available throughout the day to register you for the tests.
• Identify standard agencies, laws, and regulations.
• Explain and classify HIPAA controls and compliance issues.
• Summarize regulatory rules of record retention, disposal, and archiving.
• Explain and interpret legal best practices, requirements, and documentation.
• Use best practices for handling PHI in the workplace.
• Identify EHR/EMR access roles and responsibilities.
• Apply proper communication methods in the workplace.
• Identify organizational structures and different methods of operation.
• Given a scenario, execute daily activities while following a code of conduct.
• Identify commonly used IT terms and technologies.
• Demonstrate the ability to setup a basic PC workstation within an EHR/EMR environment.
• Given a scenario, troubleshoot and solve common PC problems.
• Install and configure hardware drivers and devices.
• Compare and contrast basic client networks and tools.
• Setup basic network devices and apply basic configuration settings.
• Given a scenario, troubleshoot and solve common network problems.
• Explain the features of different backup configurations and the associated maintenance practices.
• Classify different server types, environments, features, and limitations.
• Compare and contrast EHR/EMR technologies and how each is implemented.
Medical Business Operations
• Identify commonly used medical terms and devices.
• Explain aspects of a typical clinical environment.
• Identify and label different components of medical interfaces.
• Determine common interface problems and escalate when necessary.
• Explain the basics of document imaging.
• Given a scenario, determine common clinical software problems.
• Describe change control best practices and its system-wide effects.
• Explain physical security controls.
• Summarize the different encryption types and when each is used.
• Apply best practices when creating and communicating passwords.
• Classify permission levels based on roles.
• Identify different remote access methods and security controls.
• Recognize wireless security protocols and best practices.
• Implement best practices in secure disposal of electronic or physical PHI.
• Implement backup procedures based on disaster recovery policies.
• Identify common security risks and their prevention methods.
Academy Code of Honor
The Academy guarantees that students shall pass all vendor examinations during the training program or may re-attend within one year of the program completion date. Students will only be responsible for accommodations and vendor exam fees.