Project Description

Use the vocabulary of medicine- the basis to many careersNationally Recognised Training

This package is the start of understanding medical term and how they are constructed.

  • Text Books – The course provides learning materials but the text book will need to be purchased separately ($60 -$100)

  • Personal Tutor – provided to all students

Students have access to highly experienced managers and trainers while completing the course at your own pace online from anywhere in the world. Our trainers are there to help you learn.

Overview

  • Duration

    • 3 – 6 months – full or part time
  • Start Anytime

    • Work at your own pace
  • Delivery

    • Online with Personal Tutoring
  • Qualification – statement of attainment

    • HLTCCD003 Use medical terminology in healthcare

Full Course $650.00$750.00

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Got a job in my first application and interview after completing the course. thanks for all the knowledge and support you gave me.

Maria Kapralova, Your Content Goes Here

The Clinical Coder training courses are a well structured course delivered via an easy to follow online platform. The tutors are knowledgeable and helpful and the flexible nature of the course enables you to do it at your own pace and in a time that suits your schedule. The clinical knowledge and practice cases ensures that you are work ready for a professional coding position.

Megan Deutsher

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Liz Reid

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Yasmine Amr Khalil

EHE provided me with the most professional and well organized fascinating education journey.  the knowledge, experience and real practical clinical coding environment equipped me with all I needed.  It was the most valuable investment I’ve ever made.

Abdullah Mansour, BUPA, Saudi Arabia

Got a job in my first application and interview after completing the course.  thanks for all the knowledge and support you gave me

Maria Kaprilova, Graduate 2020

I would like to express my gratitude eHealth Education for giving me an opportunity and to let you know how please I am with all the support you have offered me.

Ken Valenciano, Your Content Goes Here

I am so lucky to learn from a highly knowledgeable and intelligent teacher. I appreciate your understanding and teaching skills.

Muyeed Parveez

Your pathway to knowledge

There are no prerequisite qualifications for this course.
Applicants must be proficient in English. in order to understand complex instructions to benefit fully.

International Students Studying Offshore

Courses provided by top educators using the the only simulation tool to help training in terms and vocabulary.  International students studying offshore can still study for recognised qualifications through eHE.

Learn Online Anytime

This course package is presented in 2 courses.  The estimated hours to complete includes study time, practice and assessments (120 hours).

Required Tools

– internet access

Text and Materials Provided

  • Text Book – to be purchased
  • Learner’s guides – are the text book as well as a guide on how to move through the course.
  • Presentation videos of key content where relevant.
  • References to other sites and documents to assist additional learning
  • Access to eHRol – the learning management system where you will often get fast feedback before the tutor looks at your assessment.
  • Formal assessment is ongoing throughout the course building your confidence and skills as you go.
  • Zoom meetings for online discussions with your personal teacher.

Recognition Upon Successful Completion

eHE is authorised by the Australian Government to issue qualifications including certificates associated with this course.

Upon successful completion you will receive the Certificate of Attainment for HLTCCD003 Use medical terminology in healthcare

Graduates of this course will gain and demonstrate high value skills

Ability to:

  • Identify medical terms used in clinical documentation
  • Communicate using medical terminology
  • Identify health status of patients

Industry Engagement

This course has been designed with consideration of the requirements for ‘work ready’ clinical coders. eHE staff and contributors have been active participants in the national Workforce evaluations of clinical coder education, and the recent review undertaken by the Victorian Government which led to the development of the Victorian Cert IV in Clinical Classification.

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 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.

Gain access to a simulated workplace environment for immersion in digital health.

Fees

Fees are in Australian Dollars and are subject to change annually.

Progressive Payments

Not available for this course.

ICD-10-AM Editions in different countries

The Diploma must be taught in the current edition of ICD-10-AM. The current version differs depending on the country you will be working in and eHE will offer courses in each code system version – but we are starting with ICD-10-AM 11th edition.

  • Australia is currently using ICD-10-AM 12th edition with ACHI (the procedure code system)
  • New Zealand, Qatar and others are currently using ICD-10-AM 11th edition with ACHI
  • Saudi Arabia, Ireland and others – currently using ICD-10-AM 10th edition with ACHI.

Select the relevant code system version for where you wish to work.

Note: ICD coding is considered to be a skill in demand as defined by the Australian Government for the purposes of immigration.