Medical Filing and Applications
WVEIS 0726
Within this course, the student will develop knowledge and skills on the filing and retrieval of medical records. Areas of
study include numeric filing, alphabetic filing, cross-referencing, color coding, records control and computer-assisting
filing. Students will be introduced to healthcare documentation, including standards related to the record and medical
transcription, and the medicolegal concepts and ethics in the medical transcription profession. In addition, students will
focus on the development of professional work behaviors and analyze the dynamics of the work environment, while
exploring professional development and career opportunities. Students will utilize problem-solving techniques and
participate in hands-on activities to develop an understanding of course concepts. Teachers will provide each student
with real world learning opportunities and instruction related to the study of medical information management. The West
Virginia Standards for 21st Century Learning include the following components: 21 st Century Content Standards and 21st
Century Learning Skills and Technology Tools. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that
integrates learning skills, technology tools, and content standards and objectives. Students are encouraged to become
active members of Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), the Career and Technical Student Organization
(CTSO) for health science education students.
Grade 11-Adult
Standard: 1
HSE.S.MFA.1
Objectives
HSE.O.MFA.1.1
HSE.O.MFA.1.2
HSE.O.MFA.1.3
HSE.O.MFA.1.4
HSE.O.MFA.1.5
HSE.O.MFA.1.6
HSE.O.MFA.1.7
HSE.O.MFA.1.8
HSE.O.MFA.1.9
HSE.O.MFA.1.10
HSE.O.MFA.1.11
HSE.O.MFA.1.12
Health Science Education: Medical Filing and Applications
Medical Filing
Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in filing and retrieving medical records using numeric
filing, alphabetic filing, cross-referencing, color coding, records control, and computer-assisted filing.
Students will
examine the purpose of medical filing.
differentiate the five phases of the medical record’s life cycle, giving examples of each phase.
determine the purpose of confidentiality, identifying the control of information released.
distinguish two methods of storing medical records.
compare cross-referencing methods.
examine the master patient index.
differentiate the three most common pieces of storage equipment used for medical filing.
determine filing supplies used for medical filing.
assess alternative storage methods for patient health records.
report the necessity for indexing rules in alphabetic storage of names.
examine the importance of consistently following indexing rules.
index and arrange names (i.e. in indexing order units, with punctuation and possessives, abbreviations,
nicknames, and shortened names, prefixes, foreign articles and particles, titles and suffixes, names that
are identical, and names for a phonetic filing system).
HSE.O.MFA.1.13
differentiate between serial, unit, serial-unit, and social security numbering systems.
HSE.O.MFA.1.14
differentiate between storing records by consecutive numeric, terminal-digit, and middle-digit filing
methods.
HSE.O.MFA.1.15
demonstrate filing numeric cards in consecutive, terminal-digit, and middle-digit order.
HSE.O.MFA.1.16
recognize the purpose of cross-referencing.
HSE.O.MFA.1.17
recognize four types of personal names that require cross-referencing and give an example of each.
HSE.O.MFA.1.18
apply cross-referencing in numeric filing.
HSE.O.MFA.1.19
assess the purpose of color coding for medical records filing.
HSE.O.MFA.1.20
distinguish the two numeric filing systems that are best suited for color coding.
HSE.O.MFA.1.21
differentiate two areas other than alphabetic and numeric filing where color coding may be utilized.
HSE.O.MFA.1.22
examine numeric color coding.
HSE.O.MFA.1.23
recognize misfiles in color-coded medical files.
HSE.O.MFA.1.24
determine the purpose of charge-out procedures when a medical record is borrowed.
HSE.O.MFA.1.25
recognize advantages of an automated tracking system.
HSE.O.MFA.1.26
differentiate between active and inactive medical records, indicating how each is determined.
HSE.O.MFA.1.27
establish the recommended time period medical records should be retained.
HSE.O.MFA.1.28
compare appropriate methods for destruction of medical records.
HSE.O.MFA.1.29
examine three types of computer applications for medical facilities.
HSE.O.MFA.1.30
assess three types of administrative databases used in medical facilities.
HSE.O.MFA.1.31
articulate four types of financial databases used in medical facilities.
HSE.O.MFA.1.32
examine clinical computer applications.
HSE.O.MFA.1.33
research mechanisms for maintaining security and confidentiality of computerized health information.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.1)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive
and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of
and sophisticated application of
thorough and effective application of
fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the
knowledge and skills that meet the
characterized by errors and/or
standard in medical filing. The student
standard in medical filing. The student
omissions in medical filing. The
can evaluate the purpose of medical filing; can examine the purpose of medical
student can name the purpose of
interpret the five phases of the medical
records life cycle, giving examples of each
phase; assess the purpose of
confidentiality, identifying the control of
information released; choose two methods
of storing medical records; compare and
contrast cross-referencing methods;
evaluate the master patient index; select
the three most common pieces of storage
equipment used for medical filing; select
filing supplies used for medical filing;
evaluate alternative storage methods for
patient health records; justify the necessity
for indexing rules in alphabetic storage of
names; defend the importance of
consistently following indexing rules; index
and arrange names (i.e. in indexing order
units, with punctuation and possessives,
abbreviations, nicknames, and shortened
names, prefixes, foreign articles and
particles, titles and suffixes, names that
are identical, and names for a phonetic
filing system); interpret serial, unit, serialunit, and social security numbering
systems; critique storing records by
consecutive numeric, terminal-digit, and
middle-digit filing methods; perform filing
numeric cards in consecutive, terminaldigit, and middle-digit order; communicate
the purpose of cross-referencing; compile
four types of personal names that require
cross-referencing and give an example of
each; assess cross-referencing in numeric
filing; differentiate the five phases of the
medical records life cycle, giving
examples of each phase; determine the
purpose of confidentiality, identifying the
control of information released;
distinguish two methods of storing
medical records; compare crossreferencing methods; examine the
master patient index; differentiate the
three most common pieces of storage
equipment used for medical filing;
determine filing supplies used for
medical filing; assess alternative
storage methods for patient health
records; report the necessity for
indexing rules in alphabetic storage of
names; examine the importance of
consistently following indexing rules;
index and arrange names (i.e. in
indexing order units, with punctuation
and possessives, abbreviations,
nicknames, and shortened names,
prefixes, foreign articles and particles,
titles and suffixes, names that are
identical, and names for a phonetic filing
system); differentiate between serial,
unit, serial-unit, and social security
numbering systems; differentiate
between storing records by consecutive
numeric, terminal-digit, and middle-digit
filing methods; demonstrate filing
numeric cards in consecutive, terminaldigit, and middle-digit order; recognize
medical filing; explain the five phases
of the medical records life cycle, giving
examples of each phase; describe the
purpose of confidentiality, identifying
the control of information released;
identify two methods of storing
medical records; list cross-referencing
methods; identify the master patient
index; explain the three most common
pieces of storage equipment used for
medical filing; select filing supplies
used for medical filing; report
alternative storage methods for patient
health records; explain the necessity
for indexing rules in alphabetic storage
of names; understand the importance
of consistently following indexing
rules; index and arrange names (i.e. in
indexing order units, with punctuation
and possessives, abbreviations,
nicknames, and shortened names,
prefixes, foreign articles and particles,
titles and suffixes, names that are
identical, and names for a phonetic
filing system); describe the difference
between serial, unit, serial-unit, and
social security numbering systems;
discuss storing records by consecutive
numeric, terminal-digit, and middledigit filing methods; demonstrate filing
numeric cards in consecutive,
terminal-digit, and middle-digit order;
explain the purpose of cross-
filing; communicate the purpose of color
coding for medical records filing; select the
two numeric filing systems that are best
suited for color coding; evaluate two areas
other than alphabetic and numeric filing
where color coding may be utilized;
assess numeric color coding; select
misfiles in color-coded medical files;
communicate the purpose of charge-out
procedures when a medical record is
borrowed; evaluate advantages of an
automated tracking system; compare and
contrast active and inactive medical
records, indicating how each is
determined; select the recommended time
period medical records should be retained;
choose appropriate methods for
destruction of medical records; evaluate
three types of computer applications for
medical facilities, three types of
administrative databases used in medical
facilities, and four types of financial
databases used in medical facilities;
incorporate clinical computer applications
into practice; and evaluate mechanisms
for maintaining security and confidentiality
of computerized health information. The
student can independently solve problems
and is self-directed.
the purpose of cross-referencing;
recognize four types of personal names
that require cross-referencing and give
an example of each; apply crossreferencing in numeric filing; assess the
purpose of color coding for medical
records filing; distinguish the two
numeric filing systems that are best
suited for color coding; differentiate two
areas other than alphabetic and
numeric filing where color coding may
be utilized; examine numeric color
coding; recognize misfiles in colorcoded medical files; determine the
purpose of charge-out procedures when
a medical record is borrowed; recognize
advantages of an automated tracking
system; differentiate between active and
inactive medical records, indicating how
each is determined; establish the
recommended time period medical
records should be retained; compare
appropriate methods for destruction of
medical records; examine three types of
computer applications for medical
facilities; assess three types of
administrative databases used in
medical facilities; articulate four types of
financial databases used in medical
facilities; examine clinical computer
applications; and research mechanisms
for maintaining security and
confidentiality of computerized health
referencing; list four types of personal
names that require cross-referencing
and give an example of each; recall
cross-referencing in numeric filing;
discuss the purpose of color coding for
medical records filing; state the two
numeric filing systems that are best
suited for color coding; list two areas
other than alphabetic and numeric
filing where color coding may be
utilized; summarize numeric color
coding; find misfiles in color-coded
medical files; identify the purpose of
charge-out procedures when a
medical record is borrowed; explain
advantages of an automated tracking
system; define active and inactive
medical records, indicating how each
is determined; tell the recommended
time period medical records should be
retained; identify appropriate methods
for destruction of medical records;
name three types of computer
applications for medical facilities;
name three types of administrative
databases used in medical facilities;
list four types of financial databases
used in medical facilities; describe
clinical computer applications; and
understand mechanisms for
maintaining security and confidentiality
of computerized health information.
Performance needs further
information. Application of knowledge
development and supervision.
and skills is thorough and effective, and
the student can work independently.
Standard: 2
Medicolegal Aspects of the Healthcare Record
HSE.S.MFA.2
Students will:
 demonstrate knowledge of the healthcare record, including voluntary and regulatory standards
related to the healthcare record and medical transcription.
 apply medicolegal concepts and ethics in the medical transcription profession.
Objectives
Students will
HSE.O.MFA.2.1
determine the characteristics and use of the healthcare record as a legal document.
HSE.O.MFA.2.2
differentiate formats of commonly dictated reports, utilizing each.
HSE.O.MFA.2.3
differentiate required content of the healthcare document and its components.
HSE.O.MFA.2.4
analyze the relationship of medical transcription to the healthcare record.
HSE.O.MFA.2.5
examine legal, regulatory, and standards requirements for authentication of healthcare documents.
HSE.O.MFA.2.6
determine the meaning of basic medicolegal terminology as it pertains to medical transcription.
HSE.O.MFA.2.7
contrast voluntary and regulatory standards related to the healthcare record and medical transcription.
HSE.O.MFA.2.8
examine the influence of voluntary and regulatory agencies on standard setting for healthcare
documentation.
HSE.O.MFA.2.9
assess general concepts of medical and professional ethics.
HSE.O.MFA.2.10
examine and comply with the AAMT Code of Ethics.
HSE.O.MFA.2.11
recognize risk management implications within transcribed documents, reporting them appropriately.
HSE.O.MFA.2.12
examine patients’ rights to privacy, confidentiality and release of patient information, including, but not
limited to, HIPAA.
HSE.O.MFA.2.13
implement into practice patients’ rights to privacy, confidentiality and release of patient information,
including, but not limited to, HIPAA.
HSE.O.MFA.2.14
recognize potential liability issues for medical transcriptionists.
HSE.O.MFA.2.15
recognize resources for continuing education in healthcare documentation.
HSE.O.MFA.2.16
use appropriate references and resources as necessary.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD. MFA 2)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive
and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of
and sophisticated application of
knowledge and skills that exceed the
standard in medicolegal aspects of the
healthcare record. The student can
interpret the characteristics and use of the
healthcare record as a legal document;
differentiate formats of commonly dictated
reports, utilizing each; compile required
content of the healthcare document and its
components; communicate the
relationship of medical transcription to the
healthcare record; incorporate legal,
regulatory, and standards requirements for
authentication of healthcare documents;
interpret basic medicolegal terminology as
it pertains to medical transcription;
compare and contrast voluntary and
regulatory standards related to the
healthcare record and medical
transcription; evaluate the influence of
voluntary and regulatory agencies on
standard setting for healthcare
documentation; communicate general
concepts of medical and professional
ethics; interpret and comply with the
AAMT Code of Ethics; critique risk
management implications within
transcribed documents, reporting them
appropriately; interpret patients’ rights to
privacy, confidentiality, and release of
patient information, including, but not
limited to HIPAA; incorporate into practice
patients’ rights to privacy, confidentiality,
thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills that meet the
standard in medicolegal aspects of the
healthcare record. The student can
determine the characteristics and use of
the healthcare record as a legal
document; differentiate formats of
commonly dictated reports, utilizing
each; differentiate required content of
the healthcare document and its
components; analyze the relationship of
medical transcription to the healthcare
record; examine legal, regulatory, and
standards requirements for
authentication of healthcare documents;
determine the meaning of basic
medicolegal terminology as it pertains to
medical transcription; contrast voluntary
and regulatory standards related to the
healthcare record and medical
transcription; examine the influence of
voluntary and regulatory agencies on
standard setting for healthcare
documentation; assess general
concepts of medical and professional
ethics; examine and comply with the
AAMT Code of Ethics; recognize risk
management implications within
transcribed documents, reporting them
appropriately; examine patients’ rights
to privacy, confidentiality, and release of
patient information, including, but not
limited to HIPAA; implement into
fundamental knowledge and skills
characterized by errors and/or
omissions in medicolegal aspects of
the healthcare record. The student
can describe the characteristics and
use of the healthcare record as a legal
document; describe formats of
commonly dictated reports, utilizing
each; identify required content of the
healthcare document and its
components; identify the relationship
of medical transcription to the
healthcare record; explain legal,
regulatory, and standards
requirements for authentication of
healthcare documents; define basic
medicolegal terminology as it pertains
to medical transcription; describe
voluntary and regulatory standards
related to the healthcare record and
medical transcription; discuss the
influence of voluntary and regulatory
agencies on standard setting for
healthcare documentation; describe
general concepts of medical and
professional ethics; recall and comply
with the AAMT Code of Ethics;
understand risk management
implications within transcribed
documents, reporting them
appropriately; understand patients’
rights to privacy, confidentiality, and
release of patient information,
and release of patient information,
including but not limited to HIPPA;
anticipate potential liability issues for
medical transcriptionist; validate resources
for continuing education in healthcare
documentation; and integrate appropriate
references and resources as necessary.
The student can independently solve
problems and is self-directed.
Standard: 3
HSE.S.MFA.3
Objectives
HSE.O.MFA.3.1
HSE.O.MFA.3.2
HSE.O.MFA.3.3
HSE.O.MFA.3.4
HSE.O.MFA.3.5
HSE.O.MFA.3.6
HSE.O.MFA.3.7
HSE.O.MFA.3.8
HSE.O.MFA.3.9
HSE.O.MFA.3.10
HSE.O.MFA.3.11
HSE.O.MFA.3.12
HSE.O.MFA.3.13
practice patients’ rights to privacy,
including, but not limited to HIPAA;
confidentiality, and release of patient
predict the implementation of patients’
information, including but not limited to
rights to privacy, confidentiality, and
HIPPA; recognize potential liability
release of patient information,
issues for medical transcriptionist;
including but not limited to HIPPA;
recognize resources for continuing
recognize potential liability issues for
education in healthcare documentation; medical transcriptionist; identify
and use appropriate references and
resources for continuing education in
resources as necessary. Application of healthcare documentation; and find
knowledge and skills is thorough and
appropriate references and resources
effective, and the student can work
as necessary. Performance needs
independently.
further development and supervision.
Professional Development
Students will:
 develop professional work behaviors.
 demonstrate knowledge in the dynamics of the work environment.
 demonstrate an awareness of professional development and career opportunities.
Students will
demonstrate effective interpersonal communication and teamwork skills in problem solving and/or conflict
management.
assess time management techniques, implementing techniques into practice.
examine stress management techniques.
determine the importance of flexibility and adaptability in the workplace.
examine components of a professional image.
demonstrate attributes of professionalism within practice.
distinguish career opportunities in the medical transcription industry.
prepare a resume.
complete an employment application.
participate in a mock job interview.
prioritize work-related obligations.
assess the importance of ethical conduct in the workplace.
differentiate between the characteristics of various work settings (i.e. hospital, service, and home-
based offices).
HSE.O.MFA.3.14
differentiate features/characteristics of different work environments (i.e. compensation, benefits,
schedules).
HSE.O.MFA.3.15
demonstrate skills in negotiating terms of employment.
HSE.O.MFA.3.16
utilize techniques for measurement of outcomes (i.e. quality, turn-around time, productivity).
HSE.O.MFA.3.17
compare employee and employer rights.
HSE.O.MFA.3.18
determine the value of affiliating with professional organizations such as AAMT.
HSE.O.MFA.3.19
develop plans to attain AAMT professional certification.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.3)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional
The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with
and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application
thorough and effective application of
fundamental knowledge and skills
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
knowledge and skills that meet the
characterized by errors and/or
standard in professional development.
standard in professional development.
omissions in professional development.
The student can integrate effective
The student can demonstrate effective
The student can identify effective
interpersonal communication and
interpersonal communication and
interpersonal communication and
teamwork skills in problem solving and/or teamwork skills in problem solving and/or teamwork skills in problem solving
conflict management into practice;
conflict management; assess time
and/or conflict management; discuss
incorporate time management
management techniques, implementing
time management techniques,
techniques into practice; compile stress
techniques into practice; examine stress implementing techniques into practice;
management techniques; evaluate the
management techniques; determine the
describe stress management
importance of flexibility and adaptability
importance of flexibility and adaptability
techniques; identify the importance of
in the workplace; critique components of in the workplace; examine components
flexibility and adaptability in the
a professional image; model attributes of of a professional image; demonstrate
workplace; define components of a
professionalism within practice; delineate attributes of professionalism within
professional image; discuss attributes
career opportunities in the medical
practice; distinguish career opportunities of professionalism within practice;
transcription industry; prepare a resume; in the medical transcription industry;
identify career opportunities in the
complete an employment application;
prepare a resume; complete an
medical transcription industry; prepare
participate in a mock job interview;
employment application; participate in a
a resume; complete an employment
prioritize work-related obligations; defend mock job interview; prioritize workapplication; participate in a mock job
the importance of ethical conduct in the
related obligations; assess the
interview; prioritize work-related
workplace; compare and contrast
importance of ethical conduct in the
obligations; identify the importance of
characteristics of various work settings
(i.e. hospital, service, and home-based
offices); assess features/characteristics
of different work environments (i.e.
compensation, benefits, schedules);
develop skills in negotiating terms of
employment; validate techniques for
measurement of outcomes (i.e. quality,
turn-around time, productivity); compare
and contrast employee and employer
rights; articulate the value of affiliating
with professional organizations such as
the AAMT; and prioritize plans to attain
AAMT professional certification. The
student can independently solve
problems and is self-directed.
Standard: 4
HSE.S.MFA.4
Objectives
HSE.O.MFA.4.1
HSE.O.MFA.4.2
HSE.O.MFA.4.3
HSE.O.MFA.4.4
HSE.O.MFA.4.5
HSE.O.MFA.4.6
HSE.O.MFA.4.7
HSE.O.MFA.4.8
workplace; differentiate between the
characteristics of various work settings
(i.e. hospital, service, and home-based
offices); differentiate features/
characteristics of different work
environments (i.e. compensation,
benefits, schedules); demonstrate skills
in negotiating terms of employment;
utilize techniques for measurement of
outcomes (i.e. quality, turn-around time,
productivity); compare employee and
employer rights; determine the value of
affiliating with professional organizations
such as the AAMT; and develop plans to
attain AAMT professional certification.
Application of knowledge and skills is
thorough and effective, and the student
can work independently.
ethical conduct in the workplace; list
the characteristics of various work
settings (i.e. hospital, service, and
home-based offices); state features/
characteristics of different work
environments (i.e. compensation,
benefits, schedules); demonstrate skills
in negotiating terms of employment;
explain techniques for measurement of
outcomes (i.e. quality, turn-around
time, productivity); understand
employee and employer rights; list the
value of affiliating with professional
organizations such as the AAMT; and
tell plans to attain AAMT professional
certification. Performance needs
further development and supervision.
Entrepreneurship
Students will develop basic knowledge and skills in entrepreneurship within health information
management.
Students will
iIlustrate the basic differences among employee, statutory employee, and independent contractor status
including the potential tax, insurance, and liability implications of each.
examine the meaning and implications of entrepreneurship.
characterize basic business management practices.
relate procedures and requirements for practicing as an independent contractor (i.e. business licensing,
contracts, taxes, space, equipment, pricing).
determine a list of equipment that will meet the needs of the workplace.
recognize basic equipment contract and warranty terms, conditions, and the need for maintenance and
service agreements.
examine common ergonomic problems and solutions in the medical transcription work environment.
demonstrate networking skills such as attending meetings of AAMT component associations.
HSE.O.MFA.4.9
construct a plan to implement successful continuing education.
HSE.O.MFA.4.10
use appropriate references and resources for research and practice.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.4)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional
The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with
and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application
thorough and effective application of
fundamental knowledge and skills
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
knowledge and skills that meet the
characterized by errors and/or
standard in entrepreneurship. The
standard in entrepreneurship. The
omissions in entrepreneurship. The
student can communicate the basic
student can illustrate the basic
student can state the basic differences
differences among employee, statutory
differences among employee, statutory
among employee, statutory employee,
employee, and independent contractor
employee, and independent contractor
and independent contractor status
status including the potential tax,
status including the potential tax,
including the potential tax, insurance,
insurance, and liability implications of
insurance, and liability implications of
and liability implications of each; define
each; interpret the meaning and
each; examine the meaning and
the meaning and implications of
implication of entrepreneurship; evaluate implication of entrepreneurship;
entrepreneurship; discuss basic
basic business management practices;
characterize basic business
business management practices;
compile procedures and requirements for management practices; relate
describe procedures and requirements
practicing as an independent contractor
procedures and requirements for
for practicing as an independent
(i.e. business licensing, contracts, taxes, practicing as an independent contractor
contractor (i.e. business licensing,
space, equipment, pricing); construct a
(i.e. business licensing, contracts, taxes, contracts, taxes, space, equipment,
list of equipment that will meet the needs space, equipment, pricing); determine a
pricing); determine a list of equipment
of the workplace; evaluate basic
list of equipment that will meet the needs that will meet the needs of the
equipment contract and warranty terms, of the workplace; recognize basic
workplace; understand basic
conditions, and the need for
equipment contract and warranty terms,
equipment contract and warranty
maintenance and service agreements;
conditions, and the need for
terms, conditions, and the need for
compare and contrast common
maintenance and service agreements;
maintenance and service agreements;
ergonomic problems and solutions in the examine common ergonomic problems
identify common ergonomic problems
medical transcription work environment; and solutions in the medical transcription and solutions in the medical
plan networking skills such as attending work environment; demonstrate
transcription work environment; identify
meetings of AAMT component
networking skills such as attending
networking skills such as attending
associations; incorporate a plan to
meetings of AAMT component
meetings of AAMT component
implement successful continuing
associations; construct a plan to
associations; write a plan to implement
education; and integrate the use of
appropriate references and resources for
research and practice. The student can
independently solve problems and is
self-directed.
implement successful continuing
successful continuing education; and
education; and use appropriate
find appropriate references and
references and resources for research
resources for research and practice.
and practice. Application of knowledge
Performance needs further
and skills is thorough and effective, and
development and supervision.
the student can work independently.
Standard: 5
Information Technology Applications
HSE.S.MFA.5
Students will:
 use information technology applications.
 demonstrate use as appropriate to healthcare applications.
Objectives
Students will
HSE.O.MFA.5.1
implement the use of software and hardware.
HSE.O.MFA.5.2
utilize the Internet as a resource/research tool.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.5)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional
The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with
and proficient performance and shows
inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of
fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the
knowledge and skills that meet the
characterized by errors and/or
standard in information technology
standard in information technology
omissions in information technology
applications. The student can incorporate applications. The student can use
application. The student can use
software and hardware to master
software and hardware to master
software and hardware to partially
standards within this course and interpret standards within this course. The
master standards within this course.
data. The student can utilize the Internet
student can utilize the Internet as a
The student can use the Internet as a
as a resource/research tool, consistently
resource/research tool, while
resource/research tool. Performance
evaluating validity. The student can
understanding the importance of
needs further development and
independently solve problems and is self- validity. Application of knowledge and
supervision.
directed.
skills is thorough and effective, and the
student can work independently.
Standard: 6
Career and Technical Student Organization
HSE.S.MFA.6
Students will participate in the local chapter of the Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO).
Objectives
Students will
HSE.O.MFA.6.1
participate in the appropriate Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO).
HSE.O.MFA.6.2
use parliamentary procedures in chapter meetings.
HSE.O.MFA.6.3
demonstrate team membership/leadership and problem solving skills.
HSE.O.MFA.6.4
participate in local, state or national projects impacting healthcare and healthcare education.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.6)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional
The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with
and proficient performance and shows inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application
a thorough and effective application of knowledge and skills characterized by
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
knowledge and skills that meet the
errors and/or omissions in career and
standard in career and technical student standard in career and technical
technical student organization. The
organization. The student can
student organization. The student can student is aware of the CTSO and active
incorporate team membership/
demonstrate team membership/
participation is haphazard. The student is
leadership and problem solving skills into leadership and problem solving skills
inconsistent in the application of team
participation in the CTSO; implement
through participation in the CTSO; use membership/leadership and problem
parliamentary procedure during chapter
parliamentary procedures during
solving skills, as well as participation in
meetings; and facilitate the participation
chapter meetings; and participate in
projects impacting health care and health
of self and others in projects impacting
various projects impacting health care care education. Performance needs
health care and health care education.
and health care education.
further development and supervision.
The student can independently solve
Application of knowledge and skills is
problems and is self-directed.
thorough and effective, and the
student can work independently.
Standard: 7
Literacy and Numeracy
HSE.S.MFA.7
Students will demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex, real-world problems
associated with their career/technical content area and improve their thinking and reasoning skills.
Objectives
Students will
HSE.O.MFA.7.1
utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to complete
career/technical assignments and projects.
HSE.O.MFA.7.2
demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.
HSE.O.MFA.7.3
demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required to complete career/technical
assignments and projects.
HSE.O.MFA.7.4
analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and
projects.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.7)
Above Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional
and exemplary performance with
distinctive and sophisticated application
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
standard in literacy and numeracy. The
student chooses a variety of technical
sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,
journals, directions, reports, etc.) to
complete career/technical assignments
and projects; performs writing skills
required to complete career/technical
assignments and projects;
communicates accuracy in calculating
and measuring graphical work required
to complete career/technical
assignments and projects; and
evaluates tables, charts, graphs and
multiple data sources to complete
career/technical assignments and
projects. The student can independently
solve problems and is self-directed.
Standard: 8
HSE.S.MFA.8
Objectives
HSE.O.MFA.8.1
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
and proficient performance and shows
inconsistent performance of fundamental
a thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills characterized by
knowledge and skills that meet the
errors and/or omissions in literacy and
standard in literacy and numeracy. The numeracy. The student selects a variety
student utilizes a variety of technical
of technical sources (e.g., Internet,
sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,
manuals, journals, directions, reports,
journals, directions, reports, etc.) to
etc.) to complete career/technical
complete career/technical assignments assignments and projects; reproduces
and projects; demonstrates writing skills writing skills required to complete
required to complete career/technical
career/technical assignments and
assignments and projects;
projects; illustrates accuracy in
demonstrates accuracy in calculating
calculating and measuring graphical
and measuring graphical work required work required to complete
to complete career/technical
career/technical assignments and
assignments and projects; and
projects; and explains tables, charts,
analyzes tables, charts, graphs and
graphs and multiple data sources to
multiple data sources to complete
complete career/technical assignments
career/technical assignments and
and projects. Performance needs further
projects. Application of knowledge and
development and supervision.
skills is thorough and effective and the
student can work independently.
st
21 Century Learning Skills
Students will
 access and manipulate information for use in oral, written, or multimedia format using
appropriate technology skills.
 apply sound reasoning processes to solve complex real-world problems and develop new ideas.
 exhibit leadership and ethical behavior in planning and executing tasks, as an individual or a
group member.
Students will
search online using a range of technology tools and media to access relevant information needed for
problem solving.
HSE.O.MFA.8.2
HSE.O.MFA.8.3
create information for oral, written, and multimedia communications, adhering to copyright laws.
engage in problem solving and critical thinking processes to create and evaluate complex strategies in
order to independently solve problems.
HSE.O.MFA.8.4
adapt to new situations by considering multiple perspectives and a commitment to continued learning.
HSE.O.MFA.8.5
exhibit ethical behavior and positive leadership while working collaboratively in the school and/or
community.
HSE.O.MFA.8.6
model legal and ethical behaviors in the use of technology.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.8)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional
The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with
and proficient performance and shows
inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills characterized by
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
knowledge and skills that meet the
errors and/or omissions in 21st century
standard in 21st century learning skills.
standard in 21st century learning skills.
learning skills. The student explains
The student assesses online technology The student searches online using a
online technology tools and media to
tools and media to access relevant
range of technology tools and media to access relevant information needed for
information needed for problem solving; access relevant information needed for problem solving; identifies information for
critiques information for oral, written,
problem solving; creates information for oral, written, and multimedia
and multimedia communications,
oral, written, and multimedia
communications, adhering to copyright
adhering to copyright laws; integrates
communications, adhering to copyright
laws; discusses problem solving and
problem solving and critical thinking
laws; engages in problem solving and
critical thinking processes to create and
processes to create and evaluate
critical thinking processes to create and evaluate complex strategies in order to
complex strategies in order to
evaluate complex strategies in order to independently solve problems; discusses
independently solve problems; interprets independently solve problems; adapts
new situations by considering multiple
new situations by considering multiple
to new situations by considering
perspectives and a commitment to
perspectives and a commitment to
multiple perspectives and a
continued learning; reviews ethical
continued learning; incorporates ethical
commitment to continued learning;
behavior and positive leadership while
behavior and positive leadership while
exhibits ethical behavior and positive
working collaboratively in the school
working collaboratively in the school
leadership while working collaboratively and/or community; and describes legal
and/or community; and reinforces legal
in the school and/or community; and
and ethical behaviors in the use of
and ethical behaviors in the use of
models legal and ethical behaviors in
technology. Performance needs further
technology. The student can
the use of technology. Application of
development and supervision.
independently solve problems and is
knowledge and skills is thorough and
self-directed.
effective and the student can work
independently.
Standard: 9
Entrepreneurship Skills
HSE.S.MFA.9
Students will access the opportunities, concepts, processes, and personal traits/behaviors associated with
successful entrepreneurial performance.
Objectives
Students will
HSE.O.MFA.9.1
assess global trends in entrepreneurship that are related to their career/technical program.
HSE.O.MFA.9.2
determine entrepreneurial opportunities in venture creation related to their career/technical program.
HSE.O.MFA.9.3
examine desirable entrepreneurial personality traits.
Performance Descriptors (HSE.PD.MFA.9)
Above Mastery
Mastery
Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional
The student demonstrates competent
The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with
and proficient performance and shows
inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills characterized by
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
knowledge and skills that meet the
errors and/or omissions in
standard in entrepreneurship skills. The standard in entrepreneurship skills. The entrepreneurship skills. The student lists
student critiques global trends in
student assesses global trends in
global trends in entrepreneurship that
entrepreneurship that are related to their entrepreneurship that are related to
are related to their career/technical
career/technical program; evaluates
their career/technical program;
program; describes entrepreneurial
entrepreneurial opportunities in venture
determines entrepreneurial
opportunities in venture creation related
creation related to their career/technical opportunities in venture creation related to their career/technical program; and
program; and assesses desirable
to their career/technical program; and
identifies desirable entrepreneurial
entrepreneurial personality traits. The
examines desirable entrepreneurial
personality traits. Performance needs
student can independently solve
personality traits. Application of
further development and supervision.
problems and is self-directed.
knowledge and skills is thorough and
effective and the student can work
independently.
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