Interpret Clinical Documentation
for Australian Students
Full or Part Time
Active Tutor Support
Understanding the Basics of Medical Science
for Clinical Coding
This course is designed for those who wish to work in Health Care and need to understand Medical Science, Anatomy, Physiology, Common Diseases and Procedures.
This is the course for those who already understand clinical terms and how they are created and to build skills in the interpretation of record content, using Anatomy, Physiology and term knowledge to understand the care pathways, diseases and procedures for the purposes of Clinical Coding.
Medical Science Modules
- Respiratory System
- Infectious Diseases
- Mental Health
- Urinary and Male Reproductive System
- The Senses
- Digestive System
- Musculoskeletal System
- Integumentary System
- Neurology System
- Accidents and Injuries
- Cardiovascular System
Recognition on Successful Completion
eHE is authorised by the Australian Government to issue qualifications including certificates associated with this course.
Upon successful completion you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the following:
- HLTCCD004 Interpret Clinical Documentation
Recognition of our International Experience & Innovation
eHE staff and contributors have been active participants in the national Workforce evaluations of clinical coder education, and the recent review which led to the development of the Diploma in Clinical Coding.
Our course developers and tutors have worked as coders, auditors, and lecturers in Health Information Management Programs and many have been senior members of the Health Information Management Association National Board. They have worked as advisers to coding services in Australia and internationally and are regarded as senior members of the profession.
The eHE training team participate regularly in clinical coding governance activities discussing coding standards and correct coding with the eHRol community of Teachers, Coding Managers and Mentors.
Immerse Yourself in Digital Health
Access a simulated workplace environment for immersion in Digital Health
The eHealth Records online learning portal (eHRol) is cloud-based and ideal for studying health record content, data and code systems. eHRol is the end-to-end tool to simulate the EHR (electronic health record) environment, develop skills and workforce capabilities.
By using eHRol, the world leading clinical coder training tool, to simulate the clinical coding environment, with our tutor acting as your mentors, you will not just gain knowledge – but real skills.