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Using an Audience Response System (ARS) in a Face-to-Face and Distance Education CPT/HCPCS Coding Course

Author: Harris, Susie T.; Zeng, Xiaoming

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: January 2010

Abstract

We report the use of an audience response system (ARS) in an undergraduate health information management course. The ARS converts a standard PowerPoint presentation into an interactive learning system that engages students in active participation, and it allows instructors to disp....

First Steps in Starting a Master of Science Program in Health Informatics and Information Management

Author: Harris, Susie T.; Bell, Paul D; Woodward, James Anthony

Source: Educational Perspectives in Health Informatics and Information Management

Publication Date: October 2016


Abstract


The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) made a strategic decision in the 2000s to advocate for increased numbers of health information management (HIM) professionals educated at the graduate level. Many universities are developing master’s-deg....

Education is Crucial for Our Future

Author: Gordon, Lynne Thomas

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2015



The AHIMA archives contain a few examples of long-ago medical records, including a sample admission slip from 1916—nearly a century ago. As fascinating as these artifacts are, we know that the tools we use to do our jobs today will seem just as outdated some day.


Consid....

Gamification of Electronic Health Records: A Systematic Literature Review

Author: Gibbs, David; Hewitt, Barbara; McLeod, Alexander

Source: Educational Perspectives in Health Informatics and Information Management

Publication Date: April 2016


Abstract


The use of gamification and simulation in medical education is increasing in efforts to accelerate and improve learning outcomes. The purpose of this literature review is to examine game design elements for possible inclusion in an electronic health record (EHR) simulatio....

Are HIM Programs Going the Distance

Author: Garrie, Robert L.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 1999



As the Internet booms and technology proliferates, distance education, like other innovations, has become a hot property. A few years ago, forecasters predicted that by 1998, more than half of higher education institutions nationally would be involved in distance education. ....

HIM Then and Now

Author: Fletcher, Donna M.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: November 1998



The role of HIM professionals has become even more significant as our responsibilities have been recognized. According to Edna K. Huffman in the Manual for Medical Records Librarians (1941), a medical record librarian (MRL) would have been responsible for completing records and provi....

Health Information Technology Employer Needs Survey: An Assessment Instrument for Workforce Planning

Author: Fenton, Susan H.; Joost, Elizabeth; Gongora, Jimena; Patterson, Davis G; Andrilla, C. Holly A; Skillman, Susan M

Source: Educational Perspectives in Health Informatics and Information Management

Publication Date: December 2013


Abstract


The widespread implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) has resulted in an increased need for a well-trained health information technology (HIT) workforce. The Texas HIT Workforce Development Project was initiated with an assessment of HIT employer needs as one....

Skills for an e-HIM Environment

Author: Fenton, Susan H.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2006


Preparing for e-HIM® will likely require education and training, as HIM professionals may encounter concepts and applications they may not have studied in their HIM programs. The following chart lists some skills and technologies used in e-HIM and lists outlets where training may be found.

Projects Help Students Prepare for e-HIM

Author: Eramo, Lisa A

Source: Journal of AHIMA - website

Publication Date: February 2015



The technical, legal, and collaborative aspects of information governance had always appealed to Kristi Lundgren, MS, RHIA. Although Lundgren, a former graduate student at the College of St. Scholastica, had studied about the importance of governing data in an electronic environment, she c....

Formative Evaluation Using Checklists to Improve Research Proposals

Author: Emery, Lynnda J.; Harvey, Carolyn; Andersen, Catherine M.

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: February 2006


Abstract


Developing research proposals that protect human participants and understanding the institutional review board (IRB) approval process require high-level application of many skills. The purpose of this article is to describe how faculty can use formative evaluation tech....

Online Education: Tackle the Unknown

Author: Embrey, Brenda

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 10, 2001




Introduction

Online education is the perfect continuing education medium for health information professionals. Becoming widely accepted by many, this type of information dissemination "fits like a glove" for members of a profession for whom computer presentation of informat....

Education: The Key to HIM Transformation

Author: Eichenwald, Shirley

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 1998




Vision 2006 is pointing the way to the transformation of HIM practice. But without individual action, the vision will not bear fruit. Education and professional development are the keys to making the transition to HIM professionals' roles and responsibilities in the next century....

Master of Health Information Management Students’ First-Year Experiences: A Case Study

Author: Dolezel, Diane; Clisbee, Mary; McLeod, Alexander

Source: Educational Perspectives in Health Informatics and Information Management

Publication Date: October 2016


Abstract


The purpose of this study was to examine first-year students’ experiences in a new Master of Health Information Management (MHIM) program. The first year in a college program is challenging for students. Specifically, first-year students’ attrition from MHIM programs is a....

Keeping Education Honest

Author: Dixon-Lee, Claire; Tesch, Linde

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: August 2012


CAHIIM Accreditation brings accountability to the Broad Realm of Health Information Education

The United States has set a goal to increase the number of college degree recipients by 2018 and has challenged academic institutions to ensure sustained attention to the quality of stude....

Cultivate a Desire to Learn

Author: Dixon-Lee, Claire

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 1999


As I travel the country meeting many of you, I am very curious about the diversity of jobs, skills, and settings in which you work. The creativity, independence, and resourcefulness that come with career redefinition fascinate me. All of us working under the umbrella of health informat....

Name Game: Updating Our Credential Titles

Author: Dixon-Lee, Claire

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 1999


In October, the 1999 AHIMA House of Delegates will consider a proposal to officially change the name of two AHIMA credentials. The proposal is the result of several years of analysis, member input, and review of more than 1000 potential certification titles, as well as the work of cons....

Internet-based Training for Ambulatory Care Settings

Author: Dixon-Lee, Claire

Source: Brief Encounter

Publication Date: April 02, 2001


The US healthcare industry faces an enormous challenge to improve its ability to rapidly assimilate masses of constantly changing regulations, guidelines, policies, and procedures for all aspects of service delivery. This is even more perplexing in the ambulatory care setting where the deliver....

Certified I10-Ready

Author: Dimick, Chris

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2011




To build up competencies in the new code set, AHIMA-credentialed professionals must add ICD-10-CM/PCS continuing education to their credential maintenance through 2013.

The impending coding classification system change from ICD-9 to ICD-10 is the talk of health information....

Help Wanted: Schools Struggle Placing Students in PPEs

Author: Dimick, Chris

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2009




Well-trained students make well-trained new hires, which is why professional practice experiences are an important part of HIM education. However, PPE coordinators say it is getting harder to place students in today’s hectic workplace. Yet the benefits, they say, are there for e....

Keeping HIPAA Education Fresh

Author: Dimick, Chris

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2009

Get hip with HIPAA.

That’s just one tagline attached to Sharp Healthcare’s HIPAA education modules. Photos from the age of hip—the late 1960s and early 1970s—permeate the online HIPAA training modules. Musicians Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan and era-TV icons like the....

Tips for Trainers

Author: Dimick, Chris

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2007


The time had come in the physicians’ meeting to discuss HIM issues, and Wilson was in charge of bringing the room up to speed.

Wilson, then the coding quality manager at Charleston, SC-based Roper St. Francis Healthcare, was new to public speaking and training. For a moment,....

Innovations and Developments in Postgraduate Health Information Management Education: Experiences from the University of Sydney

Author: Craig, Janelle; Watson, Phyllis J.

Source: IFHRO Congress | AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Introduction

Commencing in 2001, the School of Health Information Management (HIM) at the University of Sydney introduced five postgraduate coursework programs to its existing curriculum in undergraduate health information management education. One of these programs was the Master of Hea....

Competencies for Global Health Informatics Education: Leveraging the US Experience

Author: Cortelyou-Ward, Kendall; Kahlon, Summerpal; Noblin, Alice

Source: Educational Perspectives in Health Informatics and Information Management

Publication Date: December 2013


Abstract


The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act has encouraged unprecedented expansion of the health information technology (HIT) industry and offers strong employment opportunities for those that qualify. However, academic institutions have been slow to address the changing n....

Assessment of Success on the RHIA Certification Examination: A Comparison of Baccalaureate Program Graduates and Postbaccalaureate Certificate Program Graduates

Author: Condon, Jim; Barefield, Amanda

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: October 2012

Abstract

The demand for registered health information administrators continues to outpace the available supply of credentialed graduates. One solution to address this shortfall has been the availability of postbaccalaureate certificate programs. A health information administration departm....

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