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This course is part of a certificate program. You can also take it without enrolling in the program.
This course covers the revenue cycle management of health information administration.
You have the option of completing this certificate program over two years or three. You must complete all 20 courses to earn the certificate.
You may be able to take individual courses without enrolling in the certificate program; check the course pages for details.
Health Care Delivery & Policy (HIHIM 450)
Legal Aspects of the Health Field (HIHIM 470)
Foundations in Health Information Management (HIHIM 410)
Health Data Analytics (HIHIM 405)
Health Data Management (HIHIM 411)
Management Concepts With HIM Applications (HIHIM 408)
HIHIM Professional Pathways (HIHIM 460)
Health Care Computer Systems & Electronic Health Records (HIHIM 420)
HIM Operations & Project Management (HIHIM 480)
Foundations for Health Care Vocabularies (HIHIM 407)
Health Information Systems Analysis (HIHIM 421)
Disease Concepts for Managers (HIHIM 409)
ICD, Clinical Documentation & Revenue Management (HIHIM 414)
Research Design & Statistics for HIHIM (HIHIM 425)
CPT/HCPCS, Clinical Documentation & Revenue Management (HIHIM 415)
Finance Concepts for Health Care Managers (HIHIM 454)
Quality Improvement in Health Care (HIHIM 456)
Leadership & Strategic Management (HIHIM 455)
Capstone Project (HIHIM 462)
Professional Development & Networking (HIHIM 461)
Certificate in Health Informatics & Health Information Management
Developed in partnership with the UW Department of Health Services, School of Public Health and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education.
View this program's advisory board.
Each of our programs uses an advisory board to review content, guide design and recommend updates to ensure the program remains current as the field of study evolves. By tapping the minds of the top thinkers, doers and leaders in the field, we offer a transformational learning experience. The following individuals serve as the advisory board for this program.
Sally Beahan, R.H.I.A., Director, Patient Data Services, University of Washington Medical Center
Rovy Branon, Vice Provost, University of Washington Continuum College
Ellen Cadwell, Director, Health Informatics & Information Management, Shoreline Community College
McKay Caruthers, Program Manager, UW Professional & Continuing Education
James Condon, Ed.D., R.H.I.A., C.T.R., Faculty, Health Informatics & Information Management, University of Washington
Karen English, R.H.I.A., Decision Support Analyst, Swedish Medical Center
Sheila Green-Shook, M.H.A., R.H.I.A., C.H.P., Director, Health Information Management, Evergreen Healthcare
Mary Alice Hanken, Ph.D., R.H.I.A., Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health, University of Washington
Susan Helbig, M.A., R.H.I.A., Director, Medical Record Services, Veterans Administration Puget Sound Health Care System
Linda Heller, R.H.I.A., C.P.C., Compliance Specialist Corporate Responsibility, Franciscan Health System/NW Division Catholic Health Initiatives
Larry Kessler, Chair, Health Services
Rhona Moses, Director, Group Health Cooperative
Gretchen Murphy, M.Ed., R.H.I.A., F.A.H.I.M.A., Program Director, Degree and Certificate Programs in Health Informatics and Health Information Management; Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health, University of Washington
Kathleen Nguyen, MHI, RHIA, Manager, HIM Systems & Operations, Seattle Children's Hospital
Becky Rios, RHIA, CHPS, Manager, Release of Information, Swedish Medical Center
Clemente Salazar, RHIA, Privacy Consultant, Group Health
Marsha Steele, Senior Lecturer, Health Informatics & Health Information Management
Attend class in person at one of our convenient locations. You’ll engage face to face with your classmates and instructors as part of a highly interactive curriculum. An online learning management system may be required to access some course materials and assignments.
Our special blended programs combine the convenience of online study with the vibrancy of in-person classes for a unique learning experience.
Not available for this course
Enjoy the flexibility of online learning, which allows you to participate in class activities, assignments and discussions on your schedule, from anywhere. Experience cutting-edge technology and a supportive, diverse learning community.
University of Washington, Seattle main campus
This course may earn you 3.0 college credits -