Cygnet Technologies
Employees Clients

Cygnet is a leading Health Information Management (HIM) training company in the region. At Cygnet we constantly work to provide best training services, latest knowledge and experience to all our customers to ensure a successful career in today's & tomorrow's marketplace. Our focus in not just to teach you the skills necessary to complete your course requirements, but to take you beyond that by offering career counseling services to complete your talent as the best in the industry.

Why Cygnet Technology?
Our training programs provide detailed, practical knowledge- taught by professionals who are both expert users and teachers in the relevant solution or module area. You as a participant can learn from the experiences of others who have conducted implementation projects and, from the very special insights of the courses it. All the training programs that we offer at Cygnet Technology have strong client and market focus and teach you to better understand the requirements of clients- and how to translate them into powerful solutions that meet the expectations of your managers.

The Cygnet Technology's broad range of programs provides real benefits to you as a student, professional, and as an independent business owner.

The key benefits of our offering are:

  • High quality programs developed by professionals for students, professionals and independent business owners.
  • Training on the up-to-the-minute, in-demand modules in the Health and Pharma technology world.
  • Sharp focus on business processes and solutions matching the client requirements.
  • Modular, flexible courses giving you just the training you need and when needed.
  • A fresher, broader, and deeper knowledge of software technologies and its potential applications.
  • A competitive edge in the market.
  • A tangible return on your training investment, both in terms of money and time.
  • Certification Prep.
  • Our vast client base, eager to leverage your software skills after completion of the course requirements.
  • Convenient schedules.

Why choose a career in health information?
By studying health information, students will acquire a versatile yet focused skill set incorporating clinical, information technology, leadership, and management skills. Health information professionals use their knowledge of information technology and records management to form the link between clinicians, administrators, technology designers, and information technology professionals. Health information programs incorporate the disciplines of medicine, management, finance, information technology, and law into one curriculum. Because of this unique mixture, health information graduates can choose from a variety of work settings across an array of healthcare environments.

Dynamic Career Opportunities
Constantly evolving regulations and technologies allow for lifelong learning and continued professional development. As healthcare advances, health information provides the patient data needed to successfully navigate the changes. As a result, health information professionals can expect to be in high demand as the health sector continues to expand. Demand is on the rise at all levels of education and credentialing. There are approximately 12,000 to 50,000 new jobs anticipated by 2017, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics cites medical records and health information technicians as one of the 20 fastest growing occupations in the US.

On top of strong job prospects, competitive salaries also await graduates. More than half of new health information graduates with bachelor's degrees start with salaries in the $30,000 to $50,000 range. By five years out, one can earn upwards of $50,000 to $75,000 annually. Most new health information graduates with associate's degrees jump right in and earn $20,000 to $30,000 annually. These figures are just averages—many professionals report higher salaries.

Health information encompasses a wide range of job functions and settings. Among these are medical records management, privacy officer, risk management, medical coding, corporate compliance, and data analysis and reporting.

Industries with an increased demand for health information professionals include academic institutions, consulting agencies, government agencies, and healthcare software companies. As health information technology (HIT) becomes more prevalent, health information practitioners will continue to be critical components of the electronic health record (EHR) workforce. According to the US Department of Labor, HIT will grow to encompass new support positions, including mobile support adoption positions, public health informatics, implementation support specialists, and information management redesign specialists.

Pharma Training courses
Keeping you ahead of the game
Keeping pace with continually changing regulations and standards is hard work for busy professionals. Yet it’s essential to keep your skills sharpened and be well informed to maintain your competitive edge.

PharmaTraining – more than just a training course

Electronic Health Record (EHR)
EHR for Techies

This advanced course is designed to provide Information Technology Professionals (Site Managers, Clinical Application Coordinators, Area IT Support Staff) CURRENTLY supporting EHR with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to support and manage their facility's EHR system on a daily basis.

The course covers: (a) the role of Information Technology professionals; (b) hardware infrastructure to run EHR; (c) complete configuration of EHR and its components; (d) issues related to security and migration from Windows to AIX; (e) installation and troubleshooting; (f) issues related to "off-normal" loads; (g) general support in the production environment; (h) definition and functional requirements of an "object"; and (j) parameter definitions.