Online Bachelor s Degree in Health Information Management #american #public #university #system,


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Health Information Management

Bachelor of Science

Our Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management (HIM) provides students with the knowledge and skills required to be a health information administrator in a variety of settings such as hospitals, insurance companies, and government agencies. With a focus on operations management, the degree program utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to its curriculum. Billions of dollars have been invested in newer health information technology, leading to a greater need for trained, educated HIM professionals knowledgeable in data management, information policy, finance, information systems, and administrative and clinical knowledge.

Note: Some courses in the program require you to install software installation for virtual online lab accessibility. Software and/or lab equipment required for some courses in this program are not provided through the undergraduate book grant and will need to be purchased by any student registering in those courses. Please see the course materials section of those courses for more information prior to registration.

Program Courses

The curriculum for this online bachelor’s program is reviewed by an advisory council of industry experts for relevancy to today’s marketplace. Course topics include:

  • Goal setting, problem solving, staffing, and employee training
  • Historical and current healthcare administration and delivery systems
  • Health records filing systems, data collection, and electronic records
  • Medical terminology and pharmacology vocabularies used in HIM classification systems
  • The history and use of coding manuals, coding guidelines, and ICD-10 coding steps
  • Health insurance and public funding programs
  • Legal and ethical aspects of health information management, and healthcare fraud and abuse
  • HIM computer and software applications

Program Objectives

In addition to the institutional and degree level learning objectives, graduates of this program are expected to achieve these learning outcomes:

  • Assess organizational compliance with state and federal governmental regulations, accreditation, licensure, and certification requirements.
  • Construct accurate quantitative evaluations related to health care statistics, financial management, and accounting standards and best practices.
  • Analyze legal and ethical concerns related to confidentiality, security, and privacy issues in the management of health information in the digital world.
  • Implement supervisory and management skills across business functions.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of specialized medical language, classification systems, and reimbursement methodology common in the field of health information management.
  • Synthesize material on health information management from multiple competing sources.
  • Summarize the significance of being a health information administrator in terms of challenges, trends, and developments in a social context.
  • Identify significant public policy issues in health information management.

Degree at a Glance

  • Number of Credits 120
  • Max Transfer Credits 91
  • Tuition Per Credit $270 | $250 with military grant
  • Program Length 4 years full time
  • Program Format Online | Monthly course starts
  • Program Director Andrea Mignott
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NCAA College Football Fight Songs Music Index #fight #song, #music, #songs #college,


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FBS: FOOTBALL BOWL SUBDIVISION
(BCS & Other Division I Football Index Page)


Get the Best Fight Songs (HQ Stereo) on 20 Different Music CD’s. Please Help Support This Site.

Welcome to the “LARGEST” College Football Fight Song web site in the universe, where all the songs are now in MP3 format. I have always been a fan of college football and especially the Nittany Lions of Penn State. All the MP3’s on this site have been compressed 11 to 1 in size and reformatted in mono, all to help save webspace. It has been a rough ride these past 2-3 years as interest seems to hae waned a bit and it is more costly to keep the site up for FREE! And now certain schools like Miami (FL), Washington and Utah forced me to remove the school’s songs from the website, even though they are free to download and isn’t this kind of like FREE advertisement for those schools? And all those millions of dollars the football programs bring and to top that with the price of tuition, you would think they would want to share the songs with their alumni, current students and fans of those schools. If anyone can help, please do to get those songs back up and available on this site. I am also in the process of adding as many or all of the football schools from the FCS (Football Championship Subdivision). After completion, there will be well over 1,000 total songs for you FREE to download. I will also be reformatting all the music CD’s, moving teams to the correct conference CD and adding all the new schools, even the FCS schools.

Also, you will still be able to purchase your favorite school songs via email for $5 or less per school or per conference. Especially the FCS conferences, where 1-2 schools songs will be prevailant throughout. You will want the higher quality songs for your ringtone(s) on your cellphone and iPhones. But please don’t forget about the CD’s, they also help in the funding for this site or shopping at one of the sponsors on this site. And if you are not considering a purchase at this time, please consider a friendly donation of $10 or $20 or any value at that to make sure this website stays up and running for many years to come and into the future. Thank you very much for your continued support.

“Click” On Any Conference Logo To Visit That Page

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College Football Fight Music CD’s (21 Volumes)

My College Football Fight Music CD/MP3 Store has changed many times over the years as the NCAA Football Conference realignment is a never ending process as money dictates which schools play in the
(5) major BCS conferences and who play in the other FBS mid-major football conferences. My collection now contains 21 different CD’s, with Volumes 1 & 13 focus on all five of the power five conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, PAC-12, SEC and Notre Dame). These same conferences are also focused on: Volumes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 19, 20 and 14 (alma maters). The mid-major conferences, which now include the AAC, CONF-USA, MAC, MWC an the SUNBELT are representive on Volumes 9, 10, 11, 12 and 15 (alma maters). I also now have different fight music CD’s (Volumes 16, 17 and 18 (alma maters) focusing on the schools from the FCS (Football Championship Subdivision). Of course it is impossible to include all the songs on the CD’s, thats for both the FCS and FBS CD’s, so you can also purchase the individual songs from each college for only $1-$5 each depending on the number of songs I have available. And if you already purchased in the past, at least a donation would be of great help to me. To send a donation, just click on the PayPal banner just below. Thank you very much.

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Mahal-IDF-Volunteers – Free IDF ulpan – Hebrew Study Programs in Israel #army


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The IDF and Hebrew Skills

Free IDF Ulpan – IDF Hebrew test – IDF Procedures – Civilian pre-army programs

The IDF service language is Hebrew. Exams and enlistment interviews are conducted in Hebrew. The criteria for examining Hebrew skills are not published and the assessment is at the discretion of the IDF.

The IDF enlists eligible volunteers without reference to Hebrew skills. If the IDF Recruitment Bureau (Lishkat Giyus ) finds you meet all criteria – except sufficient Hebrew skills – you will be enlisted into the IDF, but assigned to an ULPAN (an IDF Hebrew study program) which is free of charge .

The army ulpan is located near Carmiel. in the same IDF base where all Mahal volunteers do their pre-basic training. The IDF Hebrew studies program operates in combination with pre-basic training, which includes handling weapons, and both are part of your military service. Video – here .

From the date of your enlistment you are an Israeli soldier with all the privileges and obligations. Therefore, the IDF will pay you both a monthly salary and a generous grant upon completing service and other substantial benefits, including payment for the additional months spent in the IDF ulpan.

Because of constant exposure to a Hebrew speaking environment in the IDF, the Hebrew language skills of Mahal volunteers improve considerably during the first months of their service.

Please Note:
You should be able to complete and pass all IDF enlistment procedures within about 6-8 weeks after your arrival in Israel. But, if you think your Hebrew language skills are not up to par for IDF service, make sure to choose an enlistment date marked with Free IDF Ulpan – here.

If, at the outset, you select an

  • enlistment date marked with Free IDF Ulpan but SUCCEED in the IDF Hebrew exam, the resulting NON-assignment to an army ulpan will: (1) delay your enlistment by about two months to the next available enlistment date WITHOUT ulpan; and (2) shorten your minimum service time from 18 to 14 months. Therefore, from the outset, if you choose an enlistment date marked with Free IDF Ulpan. FAIL the IDF Hebrew test. Thus, you avoid risking unnecessary expense, delays and hassle.
  • enlistment date NOT marked with Free IDF Ulpan but FAIL in the IDF Hebrew exam, the resulting assignment to an army ulpan will: (1) delay your enlistment by about two months to the next available enlistment date with Free IDF Ulpan; and (2) prolong your total minimum service time from 14 to 18 months (including the army ulpan). Therefore, from the outset, choose an enlistment date marked with Free IDF Ulpan. if you believe you might fail in the IDF Hebrew test. Thus, you avoid risking unnecessary expense, delays and hassle.
  • IMPORTANT: If, nevertheless, you are considering enlisting in a civilian pre-army program (mechina), with or without an ulpan, before your IDF service, please read the following information.

    For a few years, civilian organizers have been advertising an alleged Mahal pre-military program without it ever having taken place in reality at all. They are also using a website address similar to ours and are even asking for donations, while making the outrageous claim that program participants will carry on the tradition of the 1948 volunteers, and walk in the footsteps of Mahal members from 1948 until these days . Please note that Mahal volunteers, called Mahalniks, have been coming to Israel since 1948 to serve in the Israeli Defense Forces, but not in tourist programs.

    Frequently asked Questions and Answers

    Q. What is the difference between the advertised alleged Mahal pre-military civilian program and the official IDF Mahal recruitment programs that Mahal-IDF-volunteers.org promotes?

    A. The expensive 5-months-civilian-touristic-program advertised is not a bona fide IDF Mahal program. The organizers charge considerable sums of money for services automatically provided FREE OF CHARGE to IDF soldiers . All services stipulated on our Mahal-IDF-Volunteers.org website are provided free of charge: we NEVER ask for, nor accept, donations.

    If you wish to volunteer for service in the IDF, don’t waste your time and money on make-believe Mahal pre-military programs for civilians. Register online here now, get our pre-check of your eligibility and information, choose a suitable IDF enlistment date. come to Israel and enlist, a few weeks after your arrival, in the Israel Defense Forces. When accepted, you will be provided with an IDF uniform, service weapon, and with military training, enabling you to personally fight for our country. Needless to say, the IDF does not charge soldiers for this service. On the contrary, the IDF pays its soldiers a monthly salary and provides a generous grant upon completing service and other substantial benefits, including payment for the additional months spent in the IDF ulpan. Other free of charge benefits include: IDF Hebrew studies (ulpan), pre-basic and military training, accommodation, food, insurance, fitness training, bus and train tickets and much more.

    Q. Why should I enlist in an IDF Hebrew studies program (ulpan) and not in any other Hebrew study program?

    A. Studying Hebrew before enlistment is not a bad idea, but no civilian program can guarantee you that your newly acquired Hebrew skills will suffice for passing the IDF Hebrew test. This puts the participants of any civilian pre-army program at a distinct disadvantage. If you choose an enlistment date NOT marked with Free IDF Ulpan – here – and fail the IDF Hebrew test, which some participants of civilian programs do, you will have to wait an additional 2 months for the next enlistment date marked with Free IDF Ulpan. As a result, prior to your enlistment you will have spent at least 5 months in the civilian pre-army program + 2 months waiting for the next enlistment date = 7 months, as well as a considerable sum of money.

    Financially, civilian programs have a double disadvantage: you pay a lot for participating but you also lose what the IDF would have paid you had you enlisted in the IDF in the first place namely, a monthly salary and a generous grant upon completing service, both calculated on basis of the number of months you served (including the time in the free IDF ulpan).

    If, despite these explanations, you chose to consider a civilian pre-army program, do not sign a contract with the organizer before checking the terms with a lawyer. Check with us if that organization has a proven track record for organizing pre-army programs. Do not agree to pay any sums before you have officially completed and passed the required IDF Hebrew test.

    Hebrew study programs (ulpanim)


    Army Tuition Assistance #money #for #school,army


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    Education

    Army Tuition Assistance

    The Army offers Soldiers several programs to support their education goals including 100% Tuition Assistance for college courses taken during off-duty hours.

    Soldiers eligible for TA must have successfully completed one year of service following graduation from Advanced Individual Training (AIT). All Soldiers must have ten years of service to receive graduate level TA if any portion of their undergraduate degree was paid through TA.

    The Army will no longer pay fees such as laboratory and course fees. Also, TA requests must be submitted and approved before the start date of the class, without exception. Reimbursement will be required from the servicemember if a successful course completion is not obtained.

    For more information, visit your base education center and speak with education services specialist.

    Army Tuition Assistance Overview

    Army Tuition Assistance (TA) provides financial assistance for voluntary off-duty education programs in support of a soldier’s professional and personal self-development goals. The program is open to nearly all soldiers (officers, warrant officers, enlisted) including Army Reserve, and Army National Guard on active duty.

    There are some restrictions to who may use Army Tuition Assistance and what courses it can be used for. Download AR 621-5 (Army Continuing Education System Regulations) to get further details.

    The maximum amount paid for tuition assistance: 100% Tuition and and authorized fees charged by a school up to the established per semester hour cap for up to 16 semester hours of TA funded courses per fiscal year:

    Current Army policy limits TA to 130 semester hours of undergraduate credit or baccalaureate degree, whichever comes first and 39 semester hours of graduate credit or masters degree whichever comes first. The 39 semester hour limit applies to all credits taken after completion of a baccalaureate degree.

    Further details regarding TA procedures are outlined in GoArmyEd Training.

    For general information about the Army’s automated TA process, visit www.GoArmyEd.com .


    British Columbia Division Penticton #salvation #army #auto #donation


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    British Columbia Division

    Posts Tagged: Penticton

    Valley First and its community program Feed The Valley has been an integral support to The Salvation Army Community Food Bank in Penticton for more than five years. Almost 65,000 pounds of food has been collected and more than $943,000 has been donated since the launch of the Feed The Valley program in March 2010.

    Valley First support does not stop with food donations. They were one of the first community partners to embrace the Food Bank s vision of providing nutrition education to [ ]

    This year’s 10,000 Tonight Food Drive almost reached 11,000 cans of collected goods!

    Students from Penticton and Princess Margaret secondary schools collected a combined total of 10,822 non-perishable food items, plus cash donations, for The Salvation Army food bank in their annual door-to-door canvass.

    Andrea Devito, vice-principal at Penticton Secondary School, said students and organizers are delighted by the response. “One resident gave the canvassers $60 and asked that they go and purchase as much food as possible with the money, which [ ]

    The Fresh from the Farm program in Penticton, British Columbia is loading up with fresh fruit by engaging over 30 youth in the summer effort. McCains and Food Banks Canada granted the Penticton Salvation Army $5,000 to cover the cost of gas, canning supplies, and food safe for all of the young participants of this program.

    This unique experience is a collaboration between The Salvation Army Penticton and the First Baptist Church.

    Most recently, the group traveled to Cawston, British Columbia where they [ ]

    Take a look at the efforts taking place during apricot season in Penticton as this ministry has been asked to be a feature program during local events happening in partnership with Food Banks Canada, Organics Week and bake sales.

    Organic Orchardist, Ted Abbott, of Abbott Acres in Keremeos, gave his time and resources as they donated 400 lbs. of organic apricots for use in the Salvation Army Community Kitchen teaching, canning, jamming and dehydrating methods.

    The cots travelled [ ]

    The Salvation Army Penticton recently received a $5,000 grant from the Community Foundation of the South Okanagan to create a child care centre at our new Community Kitchen.

    The Community Kitchen, which operates out of The Salvation Army Church at 2469 South Main in Penticton, is a place for volunteer mentors and participants to come together to teach and learn new cooking / preserving methods, household budgeting along with nutritional solutions for a well balanced meal.

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    Army help desk #army #help #desk


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    APPLICATION BLOCKED

    You have attempted to access a blocked website. Access to this website has been blocked for operational reasons by the DOD Enterprise-Level Protection System.

    Contact your local Network Control Center for information on how to gain access to MISSION ESSENTIAL or otherwise authorized websites, or to report a mis-categorized website.

    Use the following links for additional guidance and procedures for requesting access to blocked content:

    -Army users click here .

    This is a DoD enterprise-level protection system intended to reduce risk to DoD users and protect DoD systems from intrusion. It will block access to high-risk websites and filter high-risk web content.

    You are accessing a U.S. Government (USG) Information System (IS) that is provided for USG-authorized use only. By using this IS (which includes any device attached to this IS), you consent to the following conditions:

    -The USG routinely intercepts and monitors communications on this IS for purposes including, but not limited to, penetration testing, COMSEC monitoring, network operations and defense, personnel misconduct (PM), law enforcement (LE), and counterintelligence (CI) investigations.-At any time, the USG may inspect and seize data stored on this IS.

    -Communications using, or data stored on, this IS are not private, are subject to routine monitoring, interception, and search, and may be disclosed or used for any USG authorized purpose.

    -This IS includes security measures (e.g. authentication and access controls) to protect USG interests–not for your personal benefit or privacy.

    -Notwithstanding the above, using this IS does not constitute consent to PM, LE or CI investigative searching or monitoring of the content of privileged communications, or work product, related to personal representation or services by attorneys, psychotherapists, or clergy, and their assistants. Such communications and work product are private and confidential. See User Agreement for details.


    A-10 pilot who braved hailstorm of anti-aircraft fire to save soldiers receives


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    A-10 pilot who braved ‘hailstorm of anti-aircraft fire’ to save soldiers receives Silver Star

    In the opening days of the Iraq war, soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Division’s 2nd Battalion, 69th Armor Regiment were advancing on Baghdad when they ran into fierce resistance from the Iraqis.

    Tanks and armored infantry fighting vehicles dug in on the eastern side of a bridge across the Tigris River unloaded on the troops.

    In his A-10 Thunderbolt overhead, then-Capt. Gregory Thornton saw the task force’s lead element taking fire and swung into action. He flew through a blinding sandstorm, dodged heavy anti-aircraft fire, and took out the Iraqi armor holding back the troops.

    On Friday, Thornton — now a retired lieutenant colonel — will be honored for his bravery that day, April 6, 2003, by receiving the Silver Star, the nation’s third-highest award for valor.

    “This courageous and aggressive attack, while under withering fire and in poor weather, along with Captain Thornton’s superior flying skills and true attack pilot grit, allowed Task Force 2-69 Armor to cross the Tigris River with minimal combat losses and successfully accomplish their objective of linking up with coalition forces completing the 360-degree encirclement of Baghdad,” the citation accompanying Thornton’s Silver Star read. “By his gallantry and devotion to duty, Captain Thornton has reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.”

    Thornton and his leader fought for 33 minutes, braving “the ever-increasing hailstorm of anti-aircraft fire,” and destroyed or demobilized three T-72 tanks, six armored personnel carriers and several utility vehicles that were within striking distance of the U.S. troops, the citation said. He flew his Warthog within 3,000 feet of the enemy several times to open fire with his 30mm Gatling gun, showing “complete disregard for his personal safety.”

    Before he retired, Thornton was assigned to the 75th Fighter Squadron at Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina. Gen. Mike Holmes, the head of Air Combat Command, will present the medal to Thornton in a ceremony Friday evening at the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.


    Online Associate Degree in General Studies #american #public #university #system, #american #military


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    General Studies

    Associate of Arts

    The Associate of Arts in General Studies offers you the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills, and abilities that provide a solid foundation for academic achievement and are readily applicable to your educational, personal, or professional interests. In this online degree program, you’ll combine required core courses in English, history, math, and science with elective courses of your choice, enabling you to create your own concentration. Successful achievement of this associate degree shows employers in all fields that you are capable of college-level studies and can persist in completing a degree program. Knowledge from this online associate program can also serve as a springboard to a baccalaureate degree.

    Note: This program does not qualify for Federal Student Aid.

    Program Courses

    Course topics include:

    • Online learning theory, styles, tools, and research techniques
    • Written and oral communication
    • American history and world civilizations
    • Public speaking and human communications
    • Philosophy, religion, ethics, or the fine arts
    • American, English, or world literature
    • Algebra, trigonometry, or calculus
    • Physical sciences and social sciences

    Program Objectives

    In addition to the institutional and degree level learning objectives, graduates of this program are expected to achieve these learning outcomes:

    • Use knowledge across a wide diversity of subjects, views, works, and authors, from which they will have a general academic foundation.
    • Identify their personal, academic, and professional/career goals and strategies that are integrated within a meaningful approach to life.
    • Read, write, and analyze effectively across a number of disciplines.
    • Identify issues and problems, then formulate and frame solutions to these problems.

    Degree at a Glance

    • Number of Credits 61
    • Max Transfer Credits 46
    • Tuition Per Credit $270 | $250 with military grant
    • Program Length 2 years full time
    • Program Format Online | Monthly course starts
    • Program Director Kimberly Jacobs
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    Admission Requirements

    • All AMU undergraduate programs require a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED).
    • You may be asked to complete our College Readiness Assessment before registering for courses. Learn more .
    • If you have previous college experience, you will be asked to submit your transcripts from previous schools where you earned academic credit.
    • Please be prepared to submit a legible copy of your valid government-issued photo ID (civilian students) or government issued JST or CCAF transcript (military students) upon request.
    • There is no fee to complete the AMU admission application. View steps to apply.

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