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Health Information Technicians, sometime referred to as Medical Records Technicians, work in the Medical Records Department of Hospitals. You are responsible for gathering, organizing and entering the health information into the computer database while verifying accuracy and maintaining the database. Your job may entail working within medical records, coding, billing and entering the data into the database. It is important for you to know your medical terminology and the medical codes associated with each term in order to keep all the Medical Records accurate.
Attention to detail is your best characteristics as a Health Information Technician. You assure all data entered into the database is accurate and secure. You follow HIPAA regulations to protect the information of your patients. You are organized, efficient and work well within a team.
During your interview you will want to have a few stories in your back pocket to share with the interviewer. Make your stories relevant to the job and highlight your best characteristics. Make sure you are familiar with Federal and State laws as you may be asked about them. As a Health Information Technician you may work in a small office or a large medical facility. Relay to the interviewer that you are flexible on where you work. You will want to assure the interviewer that you can work without supervision as well as within a team.