The Associate Degree in Health Services Management prepares graduates to work in a specific department of management, such as patient records, coding, or billing, alongside more experienced personnel with advanced degrees. The general education courses include the fundamental academic disciplines of English, Interpersonal Communications, American History, Mathematics, and Psychology.
All of the health services programs at Brighton College have an emphasis on electronic medical records in keeping up with the demand of hospitals and doctors investing in the safety of their patients and care practices of their clinicians through the implementation of electronic medical records (EMR).
Health Sciences Diplomas
Designed to prepare students with the academic knowledge and necessary skills to prosper in entry-level positions in the healthcare environment, Brighton College offers the following diplomas in Health Sciences:
The above mentioned diploma programs are not degree level programs. The courses completed within the diploma programs earn college credit and may be eligible to transfer into the associate degree programs at Brighton College.