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A health information technology degree at the bachelor's degree level will usually be a Bachelor of Science, though in some cases may be a Bachelor of Technology. Typically, a bachelor's degree is completed in four years. Students enrolled in an online program will not have to attend classes at any set time except in the case of live or scheduled online lectures, presentations and seminars. However, they will have set time limits to complete assignments. As the medical profession makes a long transition from paper to digital records, health information technology programs have to cover both legacy systems of ...
BISMARCK, N.D. – Today, the North Dakota Information Technology Department on behalf of the Health Information Technology (HIT) Advisory Committee has released guidance for North Dakota Healthcare Providers to apply for a low interest health information technology-revolving loan. In 2009, Senate Bill 2332 established a health information technology planning revolving loan fund with Bank of North Dakota for the purpose of providing low-interest loans to health care entities to build their health information technology infrastructure. The purpose of the loan fund is to assist healthcare ... Read More
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