Top of page
Skip to main content
COVID-19 information: College transitions to online services & instruction. Learn more on the PCC COVID-19 web page.
Close-up of person working on laptop

Health Information Technology

Few occupations are changing more quickly than Health Information Technology (HIT). Data that once was collected in pen-and-paper files is now being input via computer and stored in servers. 

Health Information Technicians and Medical Billers and Coders form the foundation of this new era. They are responsible for ensuring that data is recorded properly, securely stored, and can be retrieved quickly and accurately, so patients can receive the best-possible care. 

You are a good fit for HIT if you are exacting and detail-oriented, and understand the complex rules and systems underlying the profession. Health Information Technicians find employment in doctor’s offices, hospitals and in the healthcare and health insurance industries.

Job Growth

Job growth for Health Information Technicians in Pima County through 2029 is projected to be 37%. The Pima County overall job growth rate is 17%. Source:  Arizona Career Information System
37%
Rate of job growth

List of Degrees

AAS - Associate of Applied Science

List of Certificates

Locations

Downtown Campus and Online

Contact Information

Division of Business & IT
Dean: 520.206.7694
Lead Faculty: 520.206.7186

Back to main content Back to top