TN HIMSS/Belmont University HIT Accelerator Program
In a report specifically focused on the HIT talent needs in Tennessee, the Brookings Institution identified a greater need in the state to focus on developing workforce talent. TN HIMSS and Belmont University formed the Workforce Accelerator program in 2014 to prepare Tennessee’s HIT workforce to address not only local needs, but to help the state take the lead with HIT initiatives. You can be part of this exciting initiative – the HIT Workforce Accelerator.
In four years, nearly 150 students have already graduated from this program which is designed for healthcare professional of all levels and backgrounds, along with those just entering their professional careers.
The curriculum is taught over the course of 14 weeks by healthcare professionals through a combination of classroom and real-life experiences. Students will gain a complete understanding of healthcare HIT with:
- A detailed view of the U.S. healthcare system and policies
- Specialized knowledge of healthcare IT systems and processes
- An understanding of vendor solutions
- Team-based skills
- Real-life work experiences
Contact us today about enrollment in our Winter 2020 14 week program. First class is January 27.
Apply for a HIT Workforce Acclerator Scholarship! Download the form to apply.
I have been provided several new networking and learning opportunities, the most recent being an international clinical terminology conference where I was able to meet, learn, and share ideas with other leaders in the healthcare market across the world. I frequently apply knowledge gained from this course by incorporating new leadership skills and strategic planning tactics.” Bonnie Bruner, MSN, RN
“For anyone in the healthcare field, the TN HIMSS Workforce Accelerator class will open your eyes and give you a better understanding of all the underlying technical things that support healthcare today. I’ve worked at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee for the past 12 years and am familiar with our applications and systems; however, on a much larger scale there are many other things that come into play like Electronic Health Records, Smart Health devices, systems, and applications. This class exposes you to all things healthcare IT, but also covers some soft skills as well (Critical Thinking, Lean Six Sigma, etc.)! This is an excellent investment in time and money!”Carolyn Miller