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    wow i wonder how good the health it cert pays
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    I know this response come late Sam5305 but in response to your question this book : CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide: Joy Dark, Jean Andrews: 9780789749291: Amazon.com: Books

    was the best i could find to study for this exam has well.
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    Default Look good To Me

    This exam look like a good one form my research and easy to pass. Expectantly for someone with an A+ and security + and so actual IT experience. Then this exam shouldn't be much of a challenge. The only problem I have found with this exam is the lack of study material because of this exam being so new.

    For anyone think of taking it I would recommend using : CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide : CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide: Joy Dark, Jean Andrews: 9780789749291: Amazon.com: Books

    Out of what is actual able for this exam I found this book to be one of the best, I also found the learn curve to be very minor. It real Medical Business Operations, Organizational Behavior and Regulatory Requirements objective you need to focus on, with a possible quick review of the rested. The rested of the objective are really just reviews of security+ and A+ days.
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    The average base salary for healthcare IT tech is $78,000 according to CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide
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    I took the HIT exam about a month ago. Having already taken several CompTIA exams over the years (A+, N+, Sec+, Server+, and more), and also having spent a few years of my career in the healthcare industry, and trained on HIPAA, I thought this Strata exam would be a quick easy knockout. I passed, but honestly found the exam more challenging than I expected. Honestly, I'm glad it was a little tougher than I expected, so it - hopefully - gives the exam some credibility. I mostly took it to help add to my IT and healthcare industry experience for the future. And at $102, and about the same for the study material I think it will at least have that return in knowledge.

    I used the UCertify practice exams and Joy Dark/Jean Andrews' book for preparation.
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    For one that would like to get into healtcare, I suppose it is one way to get into health IT.
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    Like the price. I've done some work lately for some doctors as well as at a couple hospitals and this may help me get more work like that.
    No longer work in IT. Play around with stuff sometimes still and fix stuff for friends and relatives.
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