Electronic Health Records

Pacific Medical Training online Electronic Medical Records Certificate can help you take the first step if you’re seeking to refresh or refine existing healthcare knowledge, learn new job skills, or prepare for industry certification. Elevate your career confidence and refresh your resume from home.

Pacific Medical Training’s flexible, 100% online Electronic Medical Records course will help you learn to manage medical records in a healthcare setting. You’ll cover an introduction to the health information industry, as well as building an electronic health record.

Electronic Health Records course online is the best way to gain job-ready skills in organizing digital patient records. In a world that's going digital, EHR training can be your path to an appealing and viable career in healthcare. You can use your hands-on experience, lessons on compliance and privacy issues that give you the knowledge, to launch a career in healthcare. Complete your course and you will be fully prepped for your certification exam.

Course format

This course is offered in in-person group format and online. All our instructors are experienced medical providers.

Our course may be used for required job training. There are two components to our training. The first is the Medical Scribe Certification course. Clinical Documentation EHR Course is the second component of our training. You will receive two continuing medical education credits from the American Medical Association, the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education after you have taken both components and filled out the course evaluation form.

See our accreditation letter.

Course overview

Our Clinical Documentation EHR course front matter include the course syllabi, complete accreditation statements and statements from all instructors and contributors.

Scientific basis

This course is written based on scientific evidence. Our main works cited for this course are:

  • Donnersberger, A. B. (2006). A Laboratory Textbook of Anatomy and Physiology (8th ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett.
  • Garlee, R. (2016). Electronic Health Records: Understanding and Using Computerized Medical Records. Salt Lake City, UT: Kindle Electronic Books.
  • Gray, H. 1.-1. (n.d.). Anatomy of the human body (20th ed.). (W. H. Lewis, Ed.) Philadelphia, PA, USA: Lea & Febiger.
  • Limmer, D. J. (2015). EMR Complete: A Worktext (Vol. 1). Boston, MA, USA: Jones and Bartlett.
  • MedChart Medical Scribes. (2013). Medical Scribe Training Manual for Emergency Rooms (2nd ed., Vol. 1). Med House.
  • Thibodeau, G. A. (2006). Anatomy and Physiology. Philadelphia, PA, USA: Elsevier.
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2012). Health Information Privacy. (U. D. Services, Producer) Retrieved 07 11, 2016, from http://www.hhs.gov.ocr.privacy/
  • Williams, T. M. (2011). Electronic Medical Records for Dummies. Hoboken, NJ, USA: Wiley Publishing, Inc.

Additional review information

Additional information is available for organizations that are reviewing our course, just ask us.

  • Complete printout of study materials
  • Complete testing instruments with answer keys -- This is only available to accreditation organizations and government regulators that review our course.
  • Complimentary online course access
  • Resumes, CVs and all credentialing information for our instructors

Completion card

Sample of our EHR course completion card (click to enlarge):
Certificate

Sample of our scribe course completion card (click to enlarge):
Certificate

Please verify the authenticity of our certificates by emailing us with the name and issue date of the student.

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Contact us at 844-481-5238 to schedule an in-person training for your group (minimum of 10 people). Or see our online sales page.