Health Information Technology (HIT) - Fort Wayne

HIT Careers

This page presents job banks for Health Information Technology and other resources about opportunities in this dynamic field. See also:

HIT Professional Job Banks


Here are excellent places for job seekers looking for a career in HIMT.

Click on the images below to be directed to large job databases.


Topic Alerts

Job seekers need to have up-to-date information about their field. An excellent tool to stay on top of developments is to set up a search alert in the EBSCO databases. You will be notified by email on the schedule of your choice (daily, weekly, monthly) when articles or books are published on topics of interest to you. From your search results page, click CREATE ALERT and follow the instructions. If you don't already have an EBSCO account, create a new one (free). Please note that this service is tied to your Ivy Tech account and will only work while you are enrolled or employed here.

EBSCO Create Alert screen

What is the job outlook?

US Dept. of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook: Summary of job duties, salary and demand.

See Industry Profiles or check a specific company's SWOT in the Business Source Premier Complete database. For instructions see this Library News blog post.

Major changes in the Healthcare Industry

Major changes in the healthcare industry are leading to dramatic changes in HIMT job descriptions. Linda Kloss, MS, RHIA, is a principal at Kloss Strategic Advisors, LTD. and a former CEO of AHIMA. She advises students to recognize their own skills and aspirations in preparation for the emerging jobs of tomorrow. 

The Mind of a Coder

AHIMA Video Contest Entry