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How to Become a Medical Records and Healthcare Technician
To become a real Healthcare technician must have an individual inclination and passion for the so-called
exact sciences (Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics) and be interested in scientific research. Most
important is the ability to work in teams and patience and diligence are necessary for the performance
of this profession.
The technician is a healthcare professional who carries out its activities in the laboratory in the field of
clinical analysis and research in biomedical and biotechnology sectors with particular attention to
healthcare, physical medicine and others.
The technician works in close collaboration with other professionals in the medical industry and requires
an accurate preparation that is obtained through a theoretical and practical university training. The
laboratory technician operates both in public and private facilities, can be employed not only within the
diagnostic, even in the pharmaceutical, chemical and food products, and in medical research. Here is a
comprehensive guide on how to become a medical records technician.
Make sure you have at hand:
Diploma of Second Degree School.
Predisposition to exact sciences
Ability to work in team
The first step to pursuing the profession of the Healthcare records technician is to enroll in a university
course in Healthcare laboratory techniques. A training course is usually for a limited number of hours
and access must pass an entrance examination in the manner and on the dates provided for in the notice
of admission to the Health Professions, which is published annually on the website of the Faculty of
Medicine of the various universities.
After the admission test to the Degree Course, you can proceed with the registration at the University.
The graduate programs in health subjects are divided into three academic years. Each academic year is
split into two semesters which hosts the University classes. The courses are structured to attend lectures
in the classroom and laboratory practical lessons.
The topics of exams give a training necessary to acquire the skills in the technical working environment.
They are divided into the business base such as Physiology, Biochemistry, Human Anatomy, Pathology,
Physics, and Medical Statistics. As regards, however, the 'biomedical laboratory diagnostics address, we
will study clinical biochemistry and clinical biology.
It is required because medical records and health information technicians apprenticeship ensures the
acquisition of behavioral skills as well as the complete mastery of the technical and professional skills.
The internship can be carried out within the same university or in public or private laboratories external
to the University.
To acquire the title of a degree in Biomedical Laboratory Technician, you have to pass the final exam.
Once earned the title, it must pass the state exam are allowed to register with the professional
association for Lab Technicians. Then you can begin to exercise the profession.