HIMAA in partnership with iMedX are pleased to announce the second session of our three-part series on coder education. In this session, we will delve into the critical aspects of the 12th edition changes in clinical coding, with a specific emphasis on sepsis, resistance, and COVID19.
Join the HIMAA WA Branch at their PD Day on Friday 2 June 2023. Department of Health, 189 Royal Street, East Perth WA-Room: G/D Theatrette REGISTER HERE Registration extended to midnight, Friday 26 May 2023.
IFHIMA is seeking nominations of interest to participate in two new Communities of Practice (CoPs) – HIM Educators and ICD-11 Planning. If you are interested in participating in one of these COPs, please email email@example.com. A draft set of terms of reference will be forwarded to those who express interest and will be confirmed at… Continue reading IFHIMA EOI for two new Communities of Practice (CoPs) – HIM Educators and ICD-11 Planning
Thao Tran, final year Master of Health Information Management student at La Trobe University. What is your background? My background is actually in the optical field! I completed my Bachelor of Medical Science (Vision Science) at Flinders University and have years of optical dispensing experience in both retail and independent optometry practice environments. What state… Continue reading HIM Student under the Spotlight
Since the last edition of HIMAA matters, HIMJ has published Issue 2 – May 2023. This is a bumper issue including an Editorial form Carol Loggie and Jenny Davis, which introduced our Virtual Special Issus on ‘the emergence of health information in aged care’. The issue is full of Forum, Review, Research and Profession Practice… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ
It has been a little while since the last Qld Branch update, but we certainly have been active during that time so I’ll pick up where we left off. On 9 December 2022, HIMAAQ hosted its annual End of Year Celebration at The Inchcolm by Ovolo which was kindly sponsored by The Coding Company. The… Continue reading The Qld Branch update is brought to you by TIMG