MN Health Information Technology (MNHIT)

is part of the Continuing Education and Customized Training workforce development division of Normandale Community College where more than 7,000 individuals are trained each year.

We've been offering health information technology training since 2009 and have successfully trained over 800 individuals through MNHIT programs.


SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF MNHIT INCLUDE: 

Friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff

Personal Instructor/Advisor

Student and Industry Connections

Networking Opportunities

Career Resources

Practicum opportunities

Press

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MENTOR Health IT Program Kicks Off, 2014
Normandale Funded to Provide Health IT Training in Rural MN, 2013
Exemplary Program Award, 2011
New Program Offering in Emerging Health IT Profession, 2011

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Health Information Technology Training

The RX for Healthcare Careers, CECT Catalog, 2016

Normandale Recognized as National Leader in Health IT Training, CECT Catalog, 2015

​​Rural Hospitals Get Creative in Staffing for IT Needs, Modern Healthcare, 2014
Dental Ready for the Transition to EHRs?, RDH Magazine, 2013
Staying Vital, Part 2: Don't be a tech fossil, Star Tribune, 2013
Talent Stackers, Normandale CECT Catalog, 2013
Mid-Career Changes, Employee Benefits Planner, 2012
​Health IT Jobs Booming, 12 News, 2012
MNHIT Partners with Nucleus Clinic, Coon Rapids Herald, 2012
Radio Interview with Sunny Ainley, WCCO, 2012
HIT Workforce Insights, Key Health Alliance, 2012
​Preparing Professionals for Health IT Careers, Normandale Catalog, 2011
Health IT Program Debut, Fox 9 News, 2011
Low-cost Training for High-Demand Job, WCCO News, 2011
The Lasting Impact of Health IT, Normandale Magazine, 2011
​A Healthy Niche, Star Tribune, 2010

We're committed to teaching toward overall health information technology competency across an organization. 

By helping students understand how each part of an organization is affected by Health IT and how those areas are connected to one another, outside organizations, consumers and government, we can begin to improve care, create sustainable expertise and transform healthcare across the country.