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Georgia Medical Records Technician Schools.

Medical records technician training in Georgia requires that students study two years to receive an associate’s degree in medical records technology or healthcare information technology. Students learn the importance of proper record keeping within the healthcare system. Medical terminology, healthcare billing and coding are all emphasized courses in the medical records tech program. Students who graduate with an associate’s degree in medical records technology become eligible for entry-level employment in the medical records department of a hospital, medical center or clinic. Math and science courses are often required and students should become familiar with medically-related computer operating systems.


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