Switch the lens and look at the patient in a new light. That was the key message delivered by Kim Murphy-Abdouch, RHIA, MPH, FACHE, clinical assistant professor at Texas State University, in her Monday presentation “Patient Access to Personal Health Information: Regulation vs. Reality.”
Members of the House of Delegates learned from the past, built on the present, and prepared for the future during Sunday’s meeting in Atlanta, GA.
Follow the news and get insights from AHIMA’s 85th annual Convention and Exhibit being held October 26-30 in Atlanta, GA. For a complete list of event coverage on the Journal of AHIMA website, click here.
Karen Boruff, CPHIT, CPC, of Hubbert Systems Consulting in Sacramento, CA, and Pamela Lane, MS, RHIA, CPHIMS, of California Health and Human Services Agency in Sacramento, CA, recently spoke with Journal of AHIMA about their session, “How Big is Big Data?” at this year’s AHIMA Convention and Exhibit.
Vera Rulon, MS, RHIT, FAHIMA, FACMImimi, director of External Medical Communications for Pfizer Medical in Nyack, NY spoke with the Journal of AHIMA about her session, “Leadership Communications in the Digital Era: An Opportunity to Bring Us Together Beyond Gender and Cultural Differences,” at this year’s Annual Convention and Exhibit.
Cassi Birnbaum, MS, RHIA, FAHIMA, CPHQ, vice president of HIM for Peak Health Solutions in San Diego, CA, and incoming AHIMA president/chair-elect spoke with the Journal of AHIMA about some of the consumer engagement issues her session, “The Role of the HIM Professional in Engaging Consumers in Healthcare Decision Making,” will explore.
AHIMA has issued a comment letter on proposed changes to the federal rules that govern the way e-discovery can be used in court.
In this web series, HIM professionals working in emerging roles give advice on tackling difficult HIM problems.