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Breaking Down Healthcare's Silos: University of Kansas Medical Center's Interprofessional Education Fostering 'HIM Without Walls'

Author: O'Dell, Rosann M; Belz, Norbert; Bielby, Judy A; Folck, Kay; Moqbel, Murad; Pulino, Lauren

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2015



A faculty member in the health information management (HIM) department at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) attended a campus retreat in June 2011 that not only energized his personal perspective of HIM, but also shed new light on the future of HIM at the university.

Value of In-Person Exam Preparation Workshops in Obtaining an AHIMA Credential

Author: Noblin, Alice; Walden, Amanda; Safian, Shelly C

Source: Educational Perspectives in Health Informatics and Information Management

Publication Date: 2015


Abstract


The purpose of this study was to gauge the test-taking success of people who attended RHIA, RHIT, CCS, and CCS-P exam preparation workshops. Information available from the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Newly Credentialed Professionals website....

Welcome to HIM, Watch Your Step: Unique HIM Role Focuses on Blending Education and Workforce Development to Properly Onboard New Hires and Get Students Vital On-the-Job Experience

Author: Nelson, Kristin

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2017



A unique job role has been created at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) related to onboarding, training, and student preceptorship that is seeing positive results and working to get past the Catch 22 of employment—you need experience to get a job, but you need a job....

Student and Faculty Satisfaction with a Web-based, Multidiscipline, Healthcare Orientation Program

Author: Mueller, Irene L.E.; Eargle, Linda; Teslow, Mary

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Abstract

A committee of health program educators successfully changed the presentation of clinical orientation content (patient confidentiality, standard precautions, etc.) from face-to-face to asynchronous online, with no additional fiscal resources and minimal difficulties for faculty....

Faculty Development for Distance Education: Theory, Experience, and Beliefs of Faculty Members in Public Two-year Higher Education

Author: Mueller, Irene L.E.

Source: Educational Perspectives (AOE)

Publication Date: May 02, 2003


Abstract: Review of the research literature in distance education, the change process in organizations, continuing professional education and staff development, adult learning, and faculty development for distance education indicated that faculty competency in the use of electronic-based tech....

HIM Professionals' Endurance in 21st Century

Author: Mogli, G. D.

Source: IFHRO Congress | AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Introduction

Healthcare problems have haunted human society since time immemorial. Social and economic gains have a direct bearing on the status of people. Cultural progress depends upon the recognition and elimination of health problems. Health therefore is a major ingredient of public....

Creating a Diverse HIM Work Force

Author: Moczygemba, Jackie; Welborn, Ruth B.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2001




Increasing information technology, external billing audits, and federal legislation continue to heighten the demand for HIM professionals. At the same time, there's a critical need for improved cultural diversity in the allied health professions. To tackle both these issues, the HIM p....

Learners in an Online Medical Terminology Course: Motivations, Perceptions of Benefits and Problems, and Suggestions for Improvement

Author: Miller, Paulette J.; Temple, Mark A; Thomas, Harvey F; Morrow, Marilyn J

Source: Educational Perspectives (AOE)

Publication Date: May 02, 2003


Correspondence/ inquiries should be addressed to
Paulette J. Miller Department of Health Sciences
Illinois State University
Normal, IL 61790-5220
(309)438-7236 pmille1@ilstu.edu

Abstract: With the advent of online courseware and ease of learner access to the....

What the Data Say About HIM Professional Trends

Author: Marc, David; Robertson, Janet; Gordon, Leslie; Green-Lawson, Zakevia D; Gibbs, David; Dover, Kayce; Dougherty, Michelle

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2017



In 2015 a workforce study was conducted using a survey instrument to define how health information management (HIM) is shifting to meet future needs and what knowledge, skills, education, and credentials will be necessary to perform successfully as an HIM practitioner.1 This study discover....

Reengineering the Professional Practice Experience: With Participation Declining, One HIM Program Decided to Revamp its PPE Offering

Author: Manger, Barbara J.; Kirk, Kathleen M

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: August 2013



Educators are facing challenging times in placing students in professional practice experience sites (PPE). These challenges are brought on by changes in the health industry work settings and demands, as well as the change in student demographics and personal commitments. Faculty in the he....

Enhancement of Achievement and Attitudes toward Learning of Allied Health Students Presented with Traditional versus Learning-style Instruction on Medical/Legal Issues of Healthcare

Author: Lefkowitz, Rose Frances

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: February 2006


Introduction

Precisely because individualized instruction is perceived as the key to unlocking the academic potential of each student, researchers have acknowledged that appropriate instructional planning, coupled with attention to each student’s learning-style characteristic....

Towards Data Interoperability: Practical Issues in Terminology Implementation and Mapping

Author: Lau, Lee Min

Source: AHIMA Convention | AHIMA Clinical Vocabulary Mapping Meeting

Publication Date: October 15, 2005

Conclusion

The lack of data interoperability is a key obstacle in the implementation and use of EHR to achieve its full benefits. Standard vocabularies provide the means for organizations to exchange, compare and aggregate data externally. The problems surrounding the use of standard voc....

Master of Arts in HIM and Graduate Level Informatics Certificates in the US: Experiences from The College of St. Scholastica (MN)

Author: LaTour, Kathleen M.

Source: IFHRO Congress | AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Historical Context of the HIM Profession in the US

The first baccalaureate program in health information management (originally called medical record science) in the US was established at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN in 1934. The College has continuously offered a bachelor....

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