Working on genomic data is a natural extension of the HIM professional’s typical job functions, such as managing data, performing data analysis using software programs, and protecting patients’ data security and privacy.
On Tuesday, October 18 at AHIMA’s Annual Convention and Exhibit, Robert Brzezinski, MBA, CHPS, CISA, will deliver his presentation, “Do Not Blame Hackers, You Are the Weakest Link: Why Security Awareness Programs Matter.”
On Monday, October 17 at AHIMA’s Annual Convention and Exhibit, Dilhari R. DeAlmeida, PhD, RHIA, and Suzanne Paone, MBA, DHA, RHIA, will deliver their presentation, “Transforming HIM Education to Align with Data Analytics Practice.”
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.