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Medical Records Specialist

Learn the non-negotiable skills all medical records specialists and health information technicians need to stand out in a competitive job market.

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A Tiny Investment for Infinite Success

You’re busy. You’ve got bills to pay. And you need stability. With one small investment, you could find yourself in a career that’ll provide the peace of mind, salary, and job satisfaction you’ve been looking for. The best part is that you could take the first big step right now.

Months of Full Access

Hours of Online Coursework

Median Salary*

Predicted 10-Year Job Growth*

This Could Be the Perfect Job for You

Medical records specialists—also called health information technicians—maintain the documentation that patient-facing professionals (think doctors, nurses, physicians, etc.) need to be effective in their roles. If crunching numbers gives you a thrill and you understand the importance of detail, you might enjoy a career in this valued, in-demand field.

6 Reasons to Complete Your Medical Records Specialist Training With CareerStep

Get 4 months of full access.

With 152 hours of online coursework and 4 full months of access, you won’t have to navigate unreasonable timelines or expectations.

Prepare for 3rd-party certification.

Our training will give you the knowledge you need to sit for the Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) exam from the National Healthcare Association (NHA).

Study on your schedule.

24/7 Web access means you can learn whenever and wherever you want, fitting study time in and around your everyday life.

Receive coaching and guidance.

Training is online, but you’re never alone. Real people support you every step of the way via phone, live chat, and email.

Take advantage of flexible payment plans.

Our programs are priced to help you build a stronger future and set you up for career advancement—not to saddle you with excessive debt.

Learn relevant skills.

We know what employers look for in qualified medical records specialists—and our program is built to help you meet those expectations.

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