Posted on 18. May, 2012 by citizen in
Allscripts has committed to train 40 new graduates from the City Colleges of Chicago and equip them to achieve their Health Information Technology (HIT) certification. At the same time, Allscripts will transition the employees to full-time employment – working in roles within the company’s services, support, and development organizations. The entry-level positions will allow students to transition directly into the workforce at the end of their studies. According to Allscripts officials, after the first year or two in the job, many of these employees will be making $50,000 to $80,000 per year.