HIMAAQ are pleased to announce that the HIM Mentoring Program is kicking off in 2022. The mentoring program will offer students in their 2nd and 3rd year the opportunity to link with experienced HIMs. HIMAAQ is currently seeking HIMs with greater than 5 years’ working experience who would be willing to provide mentoring. The program will… Continue reading HIMAAQ Branch Mentoring Program 2022
We are excited to announce that we are hosting an online social evening for our Victorian members to get the year started!Come along on Thursday 3rd March at 6:30pm to hear about the plans for the other Victorian events throughout 2022, before participating in two rounds of games.There will be time at the end to break out… Continue reading HIMAAVIC Branch Update – Feb 2022
In cooperation with SHIMA and VMA, we are glad to invite you to join us for the 2nd Annual SHIMA Conference Bringing all HIM professionals together to discuss the latest in HIM, Medical Coding, RCM topics and much more! Register via: http://medicalacademy.org/portal/event/view/1635
As the long-standing, pre-eminent specialists in health information and systems, the health information management profession – Health Information Managers, Health Data Analysts, Health Information Researchers, Clinical Coders, Clinical Documentation Specialists and Health Data Auditors – ensures the quality, integrity and security of patient information from the bedside to the highest levels of government. This critically important work ensures that data scientists, researchers and clinicians can confidently use Australia’s health information for internationally recognised research and our governments can trust our high-quality health information for planning, funding and critical decision-making: these have been highlighted particularly critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. The health information management profession operates at the intersection of health care and data science, and health care and technologies that enable the collection of, and access to, health data. The connections we secure between the ‘technology’ and ‘medicine’ branches of science are the primary pathway for the successful enabling of digital technologies in the health care setting.
Join Dreda Heard at 12 pm – 1 pm AEST on 13 October 2021 for a webinar on CDI Programs & Projects – Supporting Engagement and Quality Documentation through Standards Alignment and gain 5 CPD points. Further information and registration can be found at https://himaa.org.au/himaa-webinars/
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