Health Administration and administrators need to be prepared for the changes in decision making and system management required by eHealth. We offer a range of courses to support these skills, from introductory courses such as the Certificate IV in Health Administration, to more complex task specific short courses, listed below.
- Clinical Decision Support Systems
- Clinical Coding (ICD-10-AM) – development of health information analysts
- Nursing Informatics
- Success in Health IT projects
- Information Exchange (Messaging and HL7)
- Standards and what they save you
- Certificate IV in Health Administration
The nationally recognised Certificate IV in Health Administration qualification consists of a total of fifteen standard units of competency made up of five core units and ten electives.
eHe has chosen a set of elective standard units of competency that collectively focus on all skills and knowledge required to enter the workforce as a fully qualified Clinical Coder.
People with current clinical expertise and qualifications can demonstrate existing skills included in some of the competencies that make up this qualification. eHe recognises this so that the overall course is shorter and costs less for them. Graduate outcomes are the same, the only difference is the starting point knowledge.
eHe also enables Clinical Coders to upgrade their qualification and obtain this Cert IV using recognition of prior learning (RPL).