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    Default CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001

    Havent' seen any mention of this in awhile. Anyone taken it semi-recently? About to head to the healthcare side of things, thought this might be a quick and inexpensive way to brush up on some stuff
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    I took it a few months ago. It's a good way to brush up on key issues in a HIPAA-governed environment. I have actually had some healthcare startups interested in my services due to this certification.
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    If you have other IT certs or a degree in IT and you want to get into the healthcare side of things this cert can be a big help. It shows prospective employers that you are familiar with HIPPA regulations, which is huge deal in the industry due to government guidelines and potential fines.
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    well my new role will be with a Healthcare company, so I figured I could start studying this now, so when I start I have a heads up on some stuff
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    That book should have most of what you need for the exam. I took it about a year ago, and used it for my main study material.
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