Thank you all for joining us tonight. We are
here to talk about‑‑and I hope you’re in the right Webinar‑‑we’re here to talk
tonight about the bachelor of science in health information management that is offered by
the City University of New York at the School of Professional Studies. This is a completely
online degree. And this evening, we hope to give you a lot of information about the program
and the college. And in return, at the end, if you have any questions, please use the
question chat feature to write your questions. We won’t stop in the middle of the presentation
to answer them. But we will take your questions at the end. I hope to‑‑and I hope we won’t
go over an hour out of respect for your time. So go ahead and ask questions, and we’ll get
to them at the end. So let’s get started. And a little bit about here. This is me. Ellen
Karl. I am the academic director of the Health Information Management program at the CUNY
School of Professional Studies. So I’ve worked in the HIM field for a little bit of time.
I have quite a bit of experience working in health information management. I have a degree
in health information management in addition to an MBA with a concentration in health administration.
And I think if you look at the schools I went to, you might think, oh, I guess she’s from
Florida. But know. I’m really from Long Island. That’s where I grew up and went to high school
and whatnot. And after 2 years of college, I transferred to the university of central
Florida because they had the HIM program that I was looking for. Most of my career I spent
working as a Health Information Management department director at different hospitals
in Florida, New York, and New Jersey. I was‑‑my experience is really relegated to the acute
care hospital setting. And probably about 10 years ago, I left the hospital setting
and got into Academia. And I worked at a community college for a while in New Jersey. I’m now
working at the CUNY School of Professional Studies. This is my fifth year there. And
we have a great program here at SPS. I’m also very active member and volunteer with the
American Health Information Management Association. This is the professional association that
sort of governores our program. We adhere to the curriculum competencies that are requested
by a heme ya and thoughts of professionals coming out of HIM programs they possess those
competencies. So if you’re not familiar with the American Health Information Management,
their website is right there. You really should take a look there and really scout out their
website for all the information areas about a profession and a career in health information
management. So now I am going to turn things over to my colleague Janet Mohlenhoff, who
is the other full‑time faculty member in our program at the School of Professional
Studies. So Janet, take it away.>>SPEAKER: Sure. Hi everybody. My name is
Janet, and I also have over 25 years experience working in the field of health information
management. I have worked in long‑term care, I’ve worked in the clinic for the developmentally
disabled, and I’ve also worked in acute care. I have a Masters in public administration with a concentration in healthcare from Alfred University. Health Information Management Association
that, as Ellen mentioned, as well as the state Health Information Management from
SUNY down state. So I’m total New York girl here. I also have
an active member and volunteer with the American of health information management? association and the New York City local association.
So there’s many different levels of associations. So okay. That’s about enough about us. We’re
going to actually talk about what is the field of health information management? So the next slide really gives us the official definition. It’s the practice of acquiring, analyzing,
and protecting digital and traditional medical information vital to providing quality patient
care. So what does that really all mean? And what do you have to know in order to be this
health information management professional? So‑‑next slide please. This slide shows
you what types of things you need to study. Really a health information management sort
of fits in between the clinical side and also the technical side of a healthcare organization.
So we really have our feet in both camps there. We have to know about information governance,
how is all this information stored? Where is it stored? How can we access it? Can we
access it? If it’s old information stored laws that governor protecting information.
Informatics, again, is that technical piece. We have to know how that electronic health
record works. You know, I’m sure many of you their information needs to be protected. This
is highly, highly confidential information that is in a healthcare organization. So we
have to know about all the regulations and laws that governor protecting information.
Informatics, again, is that technical piece. We have to know how that electronic health
record works. You know, I’m sure many of you have had exposure to that electronic record.
Most hospitals now have at least some sort of electronic record. And many physician offices
also have an electronic record. And with all that data that we’re collecting now electronically,
we need to analyze that data and use that a leadership role in these different healthcare
organizations. program, again, we are a CAHIM credited program,
meaning we follow all the competencies that are required by the accrediting organization,
which is CAHIM. And this leads you eligible to sit for the RHI credentialing exam. This
is a registered health information administrators a leadership role in these different healthcare
organizations. slide tells us about what really does an RHI do.
Well again, as I mentioned, we really program, again, we are a CAHIM credited program,
meaning we follow all the competencies that are required by the accrediting organization,
which is CAHIM. And this leads you eligible to sit for the RHI credentialing exam. This
is a registered health information administrators exam. This is a very highly sought out credential
out in the healthcare industry. So the next slide tells us about what really does an RHI do.
Well again, as I mentioned, we really dad, and we’re using those different classification
systems such as these different departments. We really see
how the information flows throughout the whole organization. You know, the old term for this
field was medical records. But it’s so much more than just medical records. We’re looking
at those computer information systems. And requirements because healthcare industry
is highly, highly regulated. There’s so many dad, and we’re using those different classification
systems such as ICD-10-CM and 1CD-10-PCS and PCT.
And we also need to know all that know, the protector of that patient information.
We also oversee many, the people that work the terminology and the disease process. So
as I mentioned, we have to have that clinical knowledge as well as that intimate administrative
knowledge. We need to apply ethics and legal piece. We have to able to prepare the budget
for the department. So once you get this RHIA, what do you actually do? Next side, is
going to show you what we actually do. Can we skip to the next slide? Okay. Good. Okay. different, you know, search engines for jobs.
If you search for health information manager, RHIA credential, even if you just search
for RHIA, you’ll see some of these different different administrative committees within
the organization. And we also have a financial piece. We have to able to prepare the budget
for the department. So once you get this RHIA, what do you actually do? Next side, is
going to show you what we actually do. now with that electronic health record. So
we need to analyze that. So these are some of the career options for graduates. might be a position that an RHIA would hold.
If you’re a DRG validator. This is someone that different, you know, search engines for jobs.
If you search for health information manager, RHIA credential, even if you just search
for RHIA, you’ll see some of these different under coding. Revenue cycle auditor, again,
will also look at that whole revenue cycle see an area of the department or health information
director would be the director of the entire department. Again, clinical data analysts,
I talked about all the data that we’re generating now with that electronic health record. So
we need to analyze that. Implementation support specialists. Again, most organizations have,
either have an EHR, electronic health record already implemented or in the process of implementing
the full electronic health record. So that might be a position that an RHIA would hold.
If you’re a DRG validator. This is someone that goes in and makes sure that the codeers have
coded correctly and they’re validating that the work was done and we’re not over billing
or under billing, you know, over coding or under coding. Revenue cycle auditor, again,
will also look at that whole revenue cycle will have 6 free electives. we’re going back again to ahima.org which
Janet and I have both mentioned today. So if you’re unfamiliar with the organization, you
really should check it out, where you’re going And they show you what an entry level position
looks like and what skill sets you need to progress up that career ladder to the higher
or advanced levels of health information management. So I’m going to turn this back over to Ellen
now, and she’s going to talk a little bit more about our specific program.
>>SPEAKER: Okay. Great. Thank you Janet. So tomorrow, you can click on this, and you can
find the brochure. It does a great job outlining what the field of health information management is about. you will have 39 credits in the general education
curriculum, 75 credits in the major, and you will have 6 free electives. So here again as far as HIM student resources are concerned, time appropriately in online classes. In an
online class, it’s just not enough to “show up.” So you know if you’re taking a face‑to‑face
class and perhaps you had a really late night to find a great deal of information about
the profession and the field as well as that great career map. And there is also a career
and student center on the website. So we highly encourage you, of course, to check it out.
In addition, there’s a brochure that was created by the New York alliance for healthcare. And
it can be found here. When you get the sides tomorrow, you can click on this, and you can
find the brochure. It does a great job outlining what the field of health information management is about. So what does it take to be an online student? working on your medical terminology course.
So guess what? Put it on your calendar. We suggest that you block time off and not let
everything interfere so that you have like, little bit, some of this might be familiar
to you. But this is what we think is most it helpful to schedule, on Tuesdays they
work on one class and Thursdays they work time appropriately in online classes. In an
online class, it’s just not enough to “show up.” So you know if you’re taking a face‑to‑face
class and perhaps you had a really late night before, you had to work later than you expected
and you’re exhausted and you get into class, at least you’re there and you might be listening
to something or you get credit for being in the classroom. Doesn’t really work like that
when you’re an online student. You really need to be there and participate. And your
participation in what we have are called discussion boards is really one crucial part of the course.
So time management really goes hand in hand with discipline. You need to, we even suggest
that you students schedule yourself your time recently been in school. Especially in CUNY. working on your medical terminology course.
So guess what? Put it on your calendar. We suggest that you block time off and not let
everything interfere so that you have like, an appointment with yourself to work on that
medical terminology class. Some student find to spend the first 2 weeks of your courses
being oriented to Blackboard. So Blackboard is our learning management system. the inside of one of our courses in HEM 202: introduction to the health information management profession. So when you log in, you will see
something like this with announcements. This is just a little snippet of what the actual
page would look like in your computer. But to start, but if you do take four classes
and we’re going to estimate 10 hours a week article in the news about health information management. is a huge commitment, and you really need
to manage your time wisely to be successful. an actual menu from the course that is offered
in the fall of 2017. If you click on announcements recently been in school. Especially in CUNY. CUNY’s online classroom or
learning management system is called Blackboard. And we do have a wonderful
orientation program for Blackboard that starts syllabus and read the syllabus, and make sure
you download that. There’s weekly folders, orientation so that you’re ready to go on
the day classes start. And you do not have to spend the first 2 weeks of your courses
being oriented to Blackboard. So Blackboard is our learning management system. So what does an online course look like?
This is actually a weekly folder looks like. And all of our
courses are set up with weekly folders. So you know what you have to do in any given
week. So this student clicked on in the left This is just a little snippet of what the actual
page would look like in your computer. But you might have an announcement from your professor
that day saying, you know, here’s an interesting article in the news about health information management. Or don’t forget to take your exam that’s due on Sunday. Any sorts of announcements that
is helpful for The Professor to communicate with the student. If you look down the left
hand menu here, you will see that this is an actual menu from the course that is offered
in the fall of 2017. If you click on announcements on the left hand side there, you come to this
page that you see here. We also have something work is going to be due in a given week. to happen in this particular course. You could
click on the syllabus to see what’s in the So sometimes people have the impression that
an online course is extremely flexible. So let me put it this way. Online courses are
flexible. But they are not a course where you can find out who your professor is. You
should know that after about the first couple online courses. In our online courses, the
material is set up in weekly incrementes. be clicked on and to find what you need to
do for the week. Here is what the inside of at 12:01 past midnight, 12:30 a.m. and then
comes Sunday night at 11:59 p.m. Everything that you had to do in that given week
should be completed and submitted. So the hand side menu on weekly folders, and this
is what we came up with. And really, this this way. So it is online, it is flexible,
and you can do it any day of the week that of what you’re going to talk about in this
module, what the learning objectives are for this module, what the reading is, what the
discussion board is, and this kind of got cut off a little bit here. If there’s an assignment,
it will list the assignment. So everything is laid out pretty well for you. And, so you
have an idea of when the course opens for the week, you’ll have an idea of that week
what you’re going to be expected to do. But their preferences. But there are weekly deadlines
in every course. City University of New York is a 24‑campus
university in the five boroughs of Okay.
Let me continue. All right. Let me just say another thing. I’m going to go back to this
other slide. A little bit more about our courses. So sometimes people have the impression that
an online course is extremely flexible. So let me put it this way. Online courses are
flexible. But they are not a course where you can do everything at your leisure. So
from start to finish. You can’t do that in online courses. In our online courses, the
material is set up in weekly incrementes. So in this particular thing that’s on the
screen, so it might have opened on Monday at 12:01 past midnight, 12:30 a.m. and then
comes Sunday night at 11:59 p.m. Everything that you had to do in that given week
should be completed and submitted. So the overwhelming majority of the courses at the
school of professional studies are set up this way. So it is online, it is flexible,
and you can do it any day of the week that you would like, any time of the day that you
would like during the week. You could do it at 3:00 in the morning. If you work the 3:00
to midnight shift, the only thing that is required is that you complete all the work
by the given deadline. The faculty members usually have a set day. As I mentioned, I
mentioned Monday to Sunday. Some people have their weeks start on Thursday and end on Wednesday
night. So it depends on the professor and their preferences. But there are weekly deadlines
in every course. So why should you choose CUNY SPS for health information management? Well, we are part of the City University of New York, which I mentioned earlier, which for those of you who might be out of the area, City University of New York is a 24‑campus
university in the five boroughs of New York City. So there’s wonderful opportunities
for growth and upgrading knowledge and whatnot. We are accredited by the middle state’s commission
on higher ed. So if you’re looking at other colleges, I would just caution you that wherever
you are looking, make sure your college is regionally accredited by a regionally accredited
institution such as middle state. This is very important. This demonstrates that the
colleges met all the necessary requirements by the commission and that your credits will
be then fully transferable to any university. If you wanted to continue on, say, for a Masters
degree or even if you wanted to go back and get a second master’s degree, any credits earned
here at the City University of New York will be fully transferable to another regionally accredited institution. This is a really importance
thing to look at these days. There are five regional accrediting bodies across the United
States. So depending on where the college is will make a determination– which state it is in– will make a determination as which accrediting body will accredit that particular college. Recently we were ranked 16th in the nation in the U.S.
News and World report 2018 list of best online bachelor’s degree programs. We’re pretty
proud of that. We’re ranked in the top 5 percent of all ranked institutions. So who are our students? Well,
we like to say students are people just like you. And the reason we have
this 8:00 p.m. Webinar was a couple of reasons. We know that we attract students from across
the country, and there are different time zones in the country. So maybe you’re from
a different time zone. However, we also know that most of our students are working adults,
many in career transitions, and we want to make sure that, you know, we’re accommodating
you. So much of our students are working. Most of our students have families of their
own. And you need a degree that fits into your schedule. And as I mentioned, yes. Online
courses are flexible. So we know that you do need to fit your course work into your
schedule and so that you can be successful in the end. And as I mentioned, we do have
people from across the 50 states and from around the world. Actually, our average student
is around 35 years old and is female. We have an overwhelming majority of females in
our School of Professional Studies, and the average age is 35. So who are our faculty?
So you met Janet and myself. We are knowledgeable HIM professionals. We also have many ad junctions
who are knowledgeable practitioners who are currently working out in the field. Their
full‑time job is they work in HIM. And we do have faculty also from all over the country.
We also have some experienced CUNY faculty, and on all of our online faculty have to go
through a training to be an online instructor and have all gone through that training and
are skilled at teaching students online. So what about student services? So we have a
career services department to help you out. If you do decide to apply and are accepted,
the next step is to be, you would be assigned to an advisor. All students are assigned to
an advisor, and that advisor sticks with you from start to finish. So it’s really helpful
to have one contact person to work with throughout your journey with the School of Professional
Studies. We do have tutoring both online and in person. We also have a library that’s both
online and in person. We work with the Baruch Library, which is another one of the CUNY
schools in New York City in Manhattan not too far from our campus. And we also participate
with an online library service that, you know, they’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week. I actually tried it 1 day I think on a Saturday night. I was looking for something.
So yes. They’re there. And somebody can help you and point you into the right direction.
Point you in the right direction. We also have a help desk for any technical type issues
that you might have. So some frequently asked questions. And I know that probably many of
you, maybe some of you maybe put these in the chat boxes. I don’t know. Can you earn
this degree online? Yes you can. And number two, is your school accredited? Well, I kind
of went over that before. But addition to accreditation by middle states, we are also accredited for our health
information management program which as Janet mentioned, allows
students who graduate from our program to sit through the RHIA exam. That is the only
way you can sit through the RHIA exam is to graduate from a CAHIM accredited HIM bachelor’s degree program. So how long will it take to get my degree? So I guess I have a few things to
mention here. Firstly, we haven’t mentioned it thus far, but our school is a considered
to be a degree completer school. So anyone who applies to our program and everyone in
our HIM program as well as all the others are considered to be transfer students. Because
you must have 24 college credits in order to be eligible to apply. So you have to have
earned 24 college credits somewhere else. We really don’t care what they’re in. Doesn’t
have to be in HIM. You just have to have 24 college credits. And in those 24 college credits,
you have to have a GPA of 2.5 or above. So that’s 2 of our admission criteria. In addition,
you have to have had, you have to be proficient in math and in English. And usual the way
the students demonstrate proficiency in math and/or English is my taking a college‑level
English or math course. So again, getting back to how long will it
take to get my degree? So it really depends. If you come to us and
you transfer in 24 credits, you have to get up to 120 credits
in order to get the degree. However, we can transfer in up to 90 credits.
And occasionally, I do have students who transfer in 90 credits. So that means you have to do
30 credits in residence at the School of Professional Studies. So if you ask me how long it might
take for you to finish if you have 90 credits, well, it’s a lot, a different story than if
you’re transferring in only 24. But the thing that really makes the decision yours to determine
how long it’s going to take for you to get your degree is how many courses you’re willing
to take a semester. Are you going to take two, are you going to take three? Certainly
if you’re going to take one, it’s going to take you a lot longer to get to the finish
line. Another thing that is, that you can take into consideration is that we do offer
courses over the summer. You can make a decision, do I want to get one or two out of the way
in the summer? And we also have a really short winter session in January, which is 3 weeks
long and very intense to take a 15‑week course in 3 weeks to get the same number
of credits. But we do offer a smattering of courses during that semester as well. Really the decision of how long it takes
is up to you. It depends on what time you have, how you can fit it into your schedule, and
how many credits you’re transferring in. The last question here is do you give credit for
life experience or prior learning? Well, we do have a fairly robust prior learning program
at our college. However, just a word of caution. It’s not like you can give us your resume
and say, okay. Here’s my resume. Please give me credits for whatever I have written down
on there. So it’s not that simple. However, we do have ways of, ways for you to demonstrate your life experience that you’ve earned thus far. There is a course that you could take,
and then you have to create a portfolio to demonstrate that you can meet, you have already,
the knowledge, to meet the learning outcomes of a given course. And you can create several
portfolios in order to do that if you have extensive knowledge in the field. Also, you
can also take CLEP exams, there are other exams, challenge exams that you can take, or if you’ve earned credentials, for instance, from AHIMA, if you have credentials already, we give
credit for those credentials that you’ve also earned. So if that applies to you, certainly
reach out to us, and when you apply, make sure you write about that in our essay. That’s
another thing I didn’t mention. So in addition to having 24 college credits and a 2.5 GPA,
you do need to write a short essay about, you know, why you would like to be in this
HIM program. So if you have any credentials, be sure to include that in your essay. So I did an awful lot of talking. Here’s my contact information as well as contact information for our Director of Admissions, Lucas Sifuentes, and Felix Huertas is our financial aid guru. So feel free to reach out to any of us, and
we’ll be happy to help you or answer any questions that you might
have regarding School of Professional Studies or for, you know, if you have anything specific
about the health information management program, definitely reach out to me or Janet, and we’d
be happy to take your questions. So Janet, did I miss anything?>>SPEAKER: The only thing
that you missed I think, if anybody has transcripts, if they want to get a rough idea of how many
credits they think they would be able for transfer in, you can feel free to e‑mail
us, and we’ll give you an unofficial eval, and that will let you know, you know, sort
of a ballpark figure of how many will transfer in You don’t need to send a official transcript
to us, that unofficial eval. But when you do apply, you’ll have to send an official
transcript. We have a couple of questions that came in. And I just want to encourage
anybody to submit questions that they have while we’re going to go through them. Okay.
So are all HIM classes online? I’m trying to register for the fall. However, those classes
do not mention web‑based methods.>>SPEAKER: Yes. They are all online. I, when
you’re look‑‑well, I’m a little puzzled because, unless you’ve already been accepted
and you’ve had a meeting with your advisor, you shouldn’t be able to register just yet.
So yeah. And I don’t believe it says anything about being web based. It just says meeting
place TBA I think. But yes. They’re all online.>>SPEAKER: Yeah. All of our classes are online.
Does CUNY SPS have a writing center and how does it work?
>>SPEAKER: Well yes. We have several writing fellows Their job is to help students with
writing. And they can be reached either via phone call, they can be reached in person,
or they can be reached via Skype or Webinar. However, whatever it is that you need and
the assistance that they’ll need, they’ll customize whatever you need so that you can
work with them.>>SPEAKER: I don’t see any other questions
coming in. Oh. Wait. Oh. Okay. How many credits do you receive for the CPC and the CCF certification?
>>SPEAKER: So for the CCF certification, we give 18 credits. And for the CPC credential,
we give three credits. Yeah.>>SPEAKER: Yeah. But also, if you have both,
there’s a little bit of overlap. So it’s still 18. Just wanted to make sure that was clear.
Okay. I guess we did a pretty good job, because I don’t see too many questions coming in.
>>SPEAKER: Well, we’ll just, we’ll wait another minute. If anybody has any questions, feel
free to pop them into the question of the chat box there. But certainly if you have
more specific questions related to yourself or your circumstance, please feel free to
reach out to me, and we’ll certainly be able to get back to you with any, you know, an
answer to your question. We had a nice group of you on the line today. So we hope we see
your name in our application portal. And any other questions?
>>SPEAKER: Yes. Actually, yes. Two people asked the same question. How many credits
do you receive for the RHIT?>>SPEAKER: Well, usually what we do with the
RHIT is we will evaluate your courses. First, those that you had
from your associate degree program. So‑‑and then, if there are other‑‑ if there’s a gap and there’s something that you
probably learned in one of your classes in the associate degree level,– so I guess what I should say is,
we try and figure out where the gap is, and you could get additional
credits for the RHIT. Chances are, though, most students get the maximum number of credits
from their RHIT program transferring in and don’t need to rely on any additional credits
from the prior learning assessment program. Just depends on which college you’re coming
from to be honest.>>SPEAKER: Right. And we do have articulation
agreements with one or two colleges. And we are in the process of working on more. So
you can also look at our website for that. And you would be able to see exactly how many credits would transfer
in from your RHIT program. Somebody’s asking, they have the CCS and would
that count towards the 24 needed to apply?>>SPEAKER: Yeah. It could. So e‑mail me
that please: That question. I think, I believe we can accommodate that.
>>SPEAKER: And if we can’t, there’s‑‑we can kind of work with you about, you can technically
enter our medical coding certificate program, which all those credits sort of roll into
the HIM program. So if you’re not, if you only have those 18 and not the, you’re not
up to the 24, you can take the courses in our medical certificate program that would
count towards your HIM until you got to the 24. It’s a little confusing. But if you e‑mail
us, we’ll explain it better.>>SPEAKER: Right.
>>SPEAKER: Do we require any practicum hours at a healthcare facility?
>>SPEAKER: We do have a practicum PPE at the very end of the program, it’s one of the
last classes that you take before graduation. But as you can tell with our student body
and what I mentioned on all the slides about students like you, we try and customize the
experience as best we can with each student. So sometimes we have people, there might be
some of you on the line already that are working at an HIM department already and have some
of this type of experience. So it really is a customizable thing, and we work with each
student individually to work it out.>>SPEAKER: Someone else from a specific school’s
asked about an articulation agreement. We do not have yet an articulation agreement
with that school. I don’t want to mention the name. But we are hoping to get a articulation
agreement. But based on past students that have transferred from that school, I think
we’ve accepted almost all of the credits. Sounded a little criptic there I think. But
I think the person understands what I’m saying. Okay. I don’t see any other questions. Yes. Thank you, the person said. So they got what I’m saying. Again, if you have any other questions
that you think of sometimes, you know, you don’t think of it today, you might think of
it tomorrow or the next day, you know, please reach out to us and drop us an e‑mail, and
we’ll be more than happy to answer any other questions that you have. So I don’t see anymore
coming in. So I think we can let everybody go for the night.
>>SPEAKER: Well, thank you very much. Oh. One other thing I should mention quickly.
We are currently accepting students for the fall semester as you’re probably aware. However, I don’t know if any is on the line
is interested participating in the summer. We do have a summer semester.
If you apply now and your application is completed And then it’s reviewed and you’re accepted prior to the beginning of the semester, which starts June 3rd or 4th, I forget what that date is, There’s a possibility that you could start and take summer classes. They are shorter. We are offering some HIM classes, in a 10 week summer semester rather
than a 15-week semester. So that possibility exists as well. But you could still elect to apply and your application would now
be considered for the Fall semester. One other thing, the deadline for Fall semester is,
I believe, July 9th July 8th, July 9th, something like that.
What that means is we have to have a complete application at that time which includes transcripts from
all of your prior colleges. Usually this is the thing that gets hang up with the complete application. We need to get al of those completed transcripts. They all go to a centralized CUNY location for the most part. Sometimes it takes
a little bit longer than one might expect. So please don’t apply on July 7th or 8th,
the day before the deadline. and expect that your transcripts will be
there on the next day. So just a word of caution. I would say start your application and think about it and apply sooner rather than later just so we make sure you get a completed application before the deadline. So, with that, my last minute add-on so thanks again for joining us.
We really appreciate your participation. And, as we both mentioned,
please feel free to reach out to us. We’d be happy to answer any questions about
the CUNY School of Professional Studies, about the field of HIM and whatever other questions you might have about the field. So, thanks again and have a good evening.
Hopefully we’ll see your name on our application portal So, thanks a lot.
Have a good evening.