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Health Information Technology is one of the fastest growing employment opportunities in the nation, especially in Utah. Employment for Health Information Technicians is expected to grow 22 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations, and the demand for health service professionals is expected to increase as the population ages.

As a student in the SLCC Health Information Technology program, you will acquire cutting edge expertise and a wealth of knowledge in the areas of records management, health information security and protocols, and medical coding, including new ICD-10 protocols.

The HIT program employs both online and hybrid courses to teach the curriculum. Hybrid courses blend in-class discussions, group work, and live lectures with web-based educational technologies including online course units, assignments, discussion boards, and other web-assisted learning tools.

For academic year 2017-2018 there will be Monthly Presentation Sessions on Allied Health and Health Professions programs.

Health Information Technology (HIT)  is in Teach-Out Plan, and applications are no longer being accepted.  Summer 2018 is the final semester that HIT classes will be offered.   If you are a student in the program and do not sit out a semester and have all of your HIT classes, you can finish up your other classes and apply for graduation.

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Program Contacts

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Career & Academic Advising

Jordan Advising Office
Jordan Campus
Health Sciences Center
Phone: 801-957-6215

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