Associates degree in Health Information Technology and
Coding Certificate program

Health Information Technology

CAHIIM Accredited Program

The UNM Health Information Technology Associates Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management. CAHIIM-accredited programs have undergone a rigorous process of voluntary peer review and have met or exceeded the minimum Associate-level Accreditation Standards as set by the CAHIIM. The UNM-Gallup HIT Associates' Program is proud of its CAHIIM accreditation, with our original accreditation date of May 2005.

CAHIIM, 233 N. Michigan Ave, 21st Floor, Chicago, IL 60601-5800; Telephone: 312.233.1100

About

UNM-Gallup Health Information Technology

Health Information Technology Program Mission Statement

"The University of New Mexico-Gallup Health Information Technology Program develops Health Information Professionals,to become an integral part of the healthcare delivery system, through demonstrated competencies, while maintaining cultural sensitivity, and confidentiality for all communities served."
Modified and accepted by Advisory Committee on 4/29/2016

Health Information Technology

The Health information Technology program can be completed 100% online for HCHT courses with the exception of HCHT 233 professional practicum which is completed at a site.

Students

Download Course Requirements and complete HIT application


Coding Certificate Program

A certificate in Health Information Technology is awarded following successful completion of the 33 credit-hour program. This program is designed to obtain a certificate or those desiring entry-level employment in a health information department, coding. Disease and procedural coding are the methods by which the patient's encounters are classified, allowing the facility to bill insurance companies and government agencies for reimbursement.

Course Requirements of Coding Certificate Program


AS Health Information Technology

The Associates Degree in Health Information Technology is a two-year (six semester), full time program, that begins in the Summer or Fall semester, and finishes in the Spring of the second year. Admission is on a first-come, first serve basis for incoming students in good academic standing. Students must meet the regular UNM Gallup admission criteria for entrance into the program, and must complete specific coursework in each semester of this six-semester program.

Course Requirements of AS Health Information Technology


Health Information Technology Application

Thank you for your interest in the UNM-Gallup Health Information Technology Program. Please complete the HIT application form from the link below:

HIT Application Form


UNM Online Application

Job Opportunities

Find Job Opportunities and Job Resources

- Zuni Student Research Trainee
students who may be qualified and interested in the work. The link for the job is below. The main requirements are that the student be enrolled in one of the Allied Health programs at UNM Gallup and are a resident of the Zuni Pueblo.
https://unm.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=13&c=unm&id=10641


- HIM Department at RMCHCS

  • Cmptr App & Stats Hlth-HCHT 231
  • Health Info Tech I-HCHT 121

Contact Christine Diaz at 505-726-6877 or cdiaz@rmchcs.org


- Certified Coders Vacancies at FDIHB:
HIM Coder (Inpatient/Outpatient)
HIM Coder (Outpatient)


- Department of Health And Human Services
Agency: Indian Health Service

There are no Indian Health Service HIT job opportunities at this time.


-Navajo Area HIM Vacancies


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