The Tennessee Board of Regents project “A Prescription for Healthcare Training in Tennessee” (RX TN) is designed to improve opportunities for Trade Act Adjustment (TAA)-eligible workers and others in healthcare related training while at the same time meet the needs of the state-wide healthcare employers and industry. TAA-workers are dislocated employees that lost their jobs as a result of the work going off-shore.
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The Rx Tennessee program at Nashville State offers specific services to help students succeed in healthcare programs, including the Medical Informatics degree. Student support services include:
Rx Tennessee Grant-Funded Non-Credit Healthcare Certifications through the Tennessee College of Applied Technology—Nashville (TCAT-Nashville)
Increase your skills in the healthcare field by enrolling in the new Rx Tennessee non-credit courses. Gain the knowledge and experience needed in order to be prepared to take your certification exam. Online aspects of coursework limits time required to come to campus.
Rx Tennessee Healthcare Certification Orientation Videos
To learn more about Rx Tennessee non-credit healthcare certifications at TCAT, please contact:
Student Support Prescription: Designed to serve all TAA-eligible workers and others to:
The student support component includes:
Training Prescriptions address specific occupational training components that are currently not available or need enhancement/expansion. These components are designed to meet the needs of employers and industry in specific regions and across the state.
To address the occupational training component, Nashville State is now offering an A.A.S. in Medical Informatics. To learn more about Medical Informatics at Nashville State, check out these links and contacts:
William Parker, Rx Tennessee Program Coordinator
Seneca McPhee, Rx Tennessee Completion Coach
Angela Rose, Rx Tennessee Technical Clerk