Health Information Technologist

Also called: Medical Records Analyst, Medical Records Director

Job Outlook in Vermont
Medium Growth

What you might do
Health Information Technologists collect, organize, and report information about patient care. 

Where you might work
Hospital. Doctor’s office. Nursing home. Assisted living facility. 

Related Links
My Next Move: Health Information Technologists & Medical Registrars
O*Net Online: Health Information Technologists & Medical Registrars
Occupational Outlook Handbook: Health Information Technologists & Medical Registrars
Health Information Technology Organizations 

Education Required
Most Health Information Technologists complete vocational school training or an associate’s degree (2 years).

Where to Study

Stafford Technical Center

Connecticut State Community College

    University of Maine at Augusta

    Berkshire Community College

    Bunker Hill Community College

    Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

    Quinsigamond Community College

    Springfield Technical Community College

    River Valley Community College

    Beal University (ME)

    Charter Oak State College (CT)

    Kennebec Valley Community College (ME)

    Saint Joseph's College of Maine

    Southern New Hampshire University

    SUNY Polytechnic Institute

    For more information, contact your regional AHEC:

    Northern Vermont AHEC

    Southern Vermont AHEC