Business & Technology
Q: What is Healthcare Documentation?
A: Virtually every encounter that takes place between a health care provider (physician) and his or her patient must be put into written documentation. Generally, the information is recorded onto a digital voice processing system through a phone line. The dictated information is then listened to by a medical healthcare documentation specialist through a headset and foot pedal who transcribes the report into either a hard copy or an electronic medical record using a computer and a word processor.
Q: Does it require training?
The Business & Technology Division oversees credit courses for Accounting, Agribusiness and Agriculture, Automotive Technology, Business, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Drafting, Electronics, Energy Distribution, HVACR, Horticulture, Information Technology, Office Technology, Personnel Relations, Power Generation - Nuclear, and Welding.
- Dean: Jack Adwell (Dean)
- Administrative Assistant: Lori McKenzie
- Office Location: C242
- Phone: (217) 875-7211, ext. 475