This course provides an introduction into electrical troubleshooting theory in troubleshooting common electrical problems including: low voltage, high voltage, unwanted resistance, open circuits, high resistance shorts-to-ground, and current and voltage unbalance. Efficiency technology and sustainable practices are covered. An effective troubleshooting methodology is embedded in this course.
Medical Terminology and Body Systems I prepares you to use appropriate medical terminology to identify the structural organization of the body, identify body systems, and describe body special orientation. You will identify the normal function of each body system. You will identify word parts and abbreviations as they relate to body systems. This course has 4 Credit Units that will assist you in learning the course objectives.
NOTE: This is a Terminology course which will require you to properly pronounce words. You will need a set of headphones with a microphone attached in order to complete some assignments. Ear buds with microphone work just fine.
1. Describe the structural organization of the human body and to identify Body Systems.
2. Describe Body Planes, Directional terms, quadrants, and cavities.
3. Describe the normal function of each body system, identify its major organs as well as their anatomical location.
4. Identify medical terms, labeling the word parts and define both medical terms and abbreviations related to all body systems.
5. Identify and analyze treatment modalities, normal function, organization, and diagnostic measures, for the following body systems: a. Integumentary System b. Skeletal System c. Muscles and Joints d. Nervous System e. Blood and Lymphatic Systems
This course prepares the medical coding student for detailed procedural coding in integumentary, musculoskeletal, respiratory, and cardiovascular systems. Additionally, this course prepares the student to use ICD-10 diagnostic codes as principal, primary, secondary, and tertiary medical necessity justification. This course also prepares students to competently select accurate HCPCS codes for supplies, medications, transportation, etc.
1. Identify and locate clinical information in patient charts which pertain to reimbursable data in all outpatient settings, and closely approximate the proper
2. Evaluation and Management code for reimbursement.
3. Demonstrate competency in procedural and diagnostic coding for the following systems: Integumentary; Respiratory; and Cardiovascular.
4. Demonstrate knowledge of Insurance, Billing and Coding Regulations.
5. Demonstrate accurate Diagnostic Coding.
6. Demonstrate accurate HCPCS Coding.
7. Demonstrate knowledge of CPT Coding Conventions.
BI 101 is an introductory lab science course intended for majors in disciplines other than the biological sciences. This course is designed to help you discover the applications of science to your everyday life, as well as provide elements of critical thinking. This course has four Credit Units that emphasize a variety of topics including ecological principles, biodiversity, and impact of human activities on the environment.
1. Discuss biological community interactions.
2. Explain how changes in human population and/or actions impact natural ecosystems.
3. Describe the movement of energy & nutrients through trophic levels.
4. Recognize the appropriate taxonomic level of an organism based on key characteristics or traits.