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#TuesdayTrivia May #2 CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician Exam - What Is It and How Do I study?

The new CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician certification covers the knowledge and skills required to implement, deploy, and support healthcare IT systems in various clinical settings.

The new HIT-001 exam is intended for IT professionals who are already CompTIA A+ certified or have 500 hours of hands-on IT technical experience in the lab or field, plus the knowledge necessary to deploy and support healthcare IT systems. With 75 questions and a 60 minute time period to complete the exam, candidates must receive a passing score 650 on a scale of 100-900.

Pearson IT Certification has developed a comprehensive self-study tool to aid candidates in passing the HIT-001 exam.

The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide is a guide with complete coverage which is fully mapped to CompTIA’s exam objective sequence, and includes all the information and insight readers need to succeed on the exam. From start to finish it has been organized to help healthcare IT professionals study more efficiently, improve retention, and earn their highest possible exam scores.

Today’s trivia question:  Which U.S Department sponsored the HITECH Act and in what year was it signed into law?

Leave your answer below and tell how CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide will help you!

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Answer correctly and three randomly selected winners will receive:

  (1) eBook copy of  CompTIA Healthcare IT  Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide ISBN 13: 978078974929

Rules: Answer question by leaving a comment below (one per person, all duplicates will not be counted) by 12:01 am EST on May 18, 2012. Three winners will be randomly selected from all correct answers and notified by a comment from the Pearson IT Certification team on their post.