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Since last HIMAA Matters, HIMJ has published five On-line First articles. Research article  Professional identity and workplace motivation: A case study of health information managers Abbey Nexhip, Merilyn Riley, Kerin Robinson. August 15, 2022 | OnlineFirst A cross-sectional online survey was administered to the 1985, 1995, 2005 and 2015 Australian health information management and medical… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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Since last month’s HIMAA Matters, HIMJ has published five On-line First articles.   Research article  Professional identity and workplace motivation: A case study of health information managers Abbey Nexhip, Merilyn Riley, Kerin Robinson. August 15, 2022 | OnlineFirst   A cross-sectional online survey was administered to the 1985, 1995, 2005 and 2015 Australian health information… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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The Editorial Board has recently been advised that our Impact Factor for the Health Information Management Journal (HIMJ) for 2021 has increased to 3.778. This is an improvement compared to 2020, when our IF was 3.185. Having an Impact Factor is a measure of prestige. The fact that not only does HIMJ have an Impact… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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Since last month’s HIMAA Matters, HIMJ has published five On-line First articles.   Research article Impact of the ICD-11 on the accuracy of clinical coding in Korea. Hyunkyung Lee, Sukil Kim. May 25, 2022 | OnlineFirst   This study investigated ways to increase the accuracy of coding for diagnostic terms in Korea, for a stable… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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Since last month’s HIMAA Matters, HIMJ has published two On-line First articles. Research article The suitability of government health information assets for secondary use in research: A fit-for-purpose analysis. Merilyn Riley, Kerin Robinson, Monique F Kilkenny, Sandra G Leggat. 26 April 2022 | OnlineFirst This study investigated the secondary uses, in research, of population health… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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Since the March edition of HIMAA Matters, HIMJ has published two online-first articles, and the May Issue of HIMJ.   HIMJ Volume 51, No 2 (May 2022) includes:   Forum Article  Options to enhance the veracity of Australian health service accreditation assessments Reece Hinchcliffe, Deborah Debono, David Carter, Miriam Glennie, Hamish Robertson, Joanne Travaglia  … Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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A lot has happened at HIMJ since the last issue of HIMAA Matters in 2021. Below is a ‘catch-up list’ of:   the January Issue of HIMJ for 2022 Virtual Special Issue on Health Data and Diversity, and Recently published On-Line First articles.   HIMJ Volume 51, No, 1 (January 2022) includes:   Review Article … Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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Latest from HIMJ …   HIMJ has recently published two On-line First articles. A brief summary is provided below.   Research article  Awareness of, attitudes towards, and practices of health information management professionals in South Korea relating to privacy of personal health information   Yeaeun Kim.   3 September 2021 | OnlineFirst In this study… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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HIMJ has recently published one On-line First article. A brief summary is provided below… Research article Comparison of routine blood alcohol tests and ICD-10-AM coding of alcohol involvement for major trauma patients Georgina Lau, Belinda J Gabbe, Biswadev Mitra, Paul M Dietze, Sandra Braaf, Ben Beck. Sep 2, 2021 | OnlineFirst This retrospective cohort study… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ

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HIMJ has recently published one On-line First article. A brief summary is provided below… Letter to the Editor  Transition from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM/PCS in Portugal: An heterogeneous implementation with potential data implications João Vasco Santos, Ricardo Novo, Júlio Souza, Fernando Lopes, Alberto Freitas August 16, 2021 | OnlineFirst In their letter to the Editor, the authors discuss the transition process from ICD-9-CM after almost three decades of use in Portugal, to… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ