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Who are the best candidates for a Master’s in Health Informatics?

Speakers: Dr. Joanna Abraham, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Dr. Miriam Isola, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Dr. Spyros Kitsiou, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: Health informatics is a dynamic and evolving field that draws professionals from a variety of backgrounds, […]

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There are no borders with online learning

Speakers: Rick T. Reyes (RN, BSN), Class of 2015 Summary: A recent graduate shares his experience of studying while living in the Philippines and what happened when a typhoon struck near where he lived. Learn more about UIC’s health informatic programs at http://healthinformatics.uic.edu/. Transcription I studied almost the entire program while living in the Philippines. […]

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UIC grad explains his concerns about online learning

Speakers: Rick T. Reyes (RN, BSN), Class of 2015 Summary: Many prospective students are concerned about adjusting to the online learning environment. Some think they might not get the same level of interaction out of the program as an on-campus program. A recent graduate shares his initial reservations and how online learning worked for him. […]

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UIC Health Informatics grad tells what surprised him about the program

Speakers: Rick T. Reyes (RN, BSN), Class of 2015 Summary: Students in UIC’s Health Informatics programs come from a variety of backgrounds and experience. Learn why this was the most surprising thing to a recent master’s program graduate . Learn more about UIC’s health informatic programs at http://healthinformatics.uic.edu/. Transcription The biggest surprise that I found […]

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The career impact of a Health Informatics degree

Speakers: Rick T. Reyes (RN, BSN), Class of 2015 Summary: A Health Informatics program graduate shares the lasting impacts UIC and his degree have had on his career. Learn more about UIC’s health informatic programs at: http://healthinformatics.uic.edu/ Transcription My degrees in health informatics has enhanced my ability to become an effective clinical informaticist at the […]

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What factors helped a recent graduate choose UIC’s online program?

Speakers: Rick T. Reyes (RN, BSN), Class of 2015 Summary: UIC’s high standard of quality in its health informatics programs attracted this graduate to pursue his master’s degree. Learn more about UIC’s health informatic programs at http://healthinformatics.uic.edu/. Transcription The biggest factors in terms of me choosing health informatics at UIC was the fact that I […]

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Reasons to pursue a Health Informatics master’s degree

Speakers: Rick T. Reyes (RN, BSN), Class of 2015 Summary: Learn why a registered nurse turned 10 years of clinical experience into a career as a clinical informaticist with a degree from UIC. Learn more about UIC’s health informatic programs at http://healthinformatics.uic.edu/. Transcription One of the reasons why I was attracted to healthcare informatics was […]

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Advantages of studying Health Informatics online at UIC

Speakers: Dr. Jacob Krive, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: Online learning can deliver the same quality content that students receive on-campus with the flexibility of allowing them to study anywhere in the world. Another benefit is being able to incorporate new industry developments and research into a course. Learn […]

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What can you do with a UIC Health Informatics degree?

Speakers: Dr. Miriam Isola, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences & Dr. Jacob Krive, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: The types of positions available in the health informatics field are numerous and expand beyond working in a hospital. UIC graduates are encouraged to find new […]

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The benefits of studying Health Informatics at UIC

Speakers: Dr. Jacob Krive, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences, Dr. Spyros Kitsiou, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences, Dr. Joanna Abraham, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences & Dr. Miriam Isola, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: From classes […]

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How UIC faculty connect with students through online learning

Speakers: Dr. Miriam Isola, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences & Dr. Spyros Kitsiou, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: Are you curious about how professors connect with their students in the online learning environment? The faculty at UIC use numerous tools like videos, individual and group […]

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How UIC faculty research influences the curriculum

Speakers: Dr. Spyros Kitsiou, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences, Dr. Joanna Abraham, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences & Dr. Miriam Isola, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: UIC’s faculty members bring their own research and industry knowledge into their curriculum. They believe […]

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How UIC’s Health Informatics program prepares students for their careers

Speakers: Dr. Miriam Isola, Clinical Assistant Professor & Dr. Spyros Kitsiou, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: Dr. Isola and Dr. Kitsiou of the Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences explain how UIC prepares students for their professional careers in the field of health informatics. Through an inter-disciplinary curriculum, students […]

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How health informatics is helping to address the healthcare system’s challenges

Speaker: Dr. Jacob Krive, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences Summary: Learn how health informatics is helping to address some of the healthcare system’s challenges by introducing new ways to bring medical and computer science together through technology. Dr. Jacob Krive, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences […]

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UIC’s Academic Health Science Centers Located on Campus

  Lawrence Pawola, PharmD, MBA UIC is one of the handful of academic health science centers that have all the health sciences located on one campus.   Transcription Because the University of Illinois is one of a handful of academic health science centers that have all the health sciences on one campus the opportunity to […]

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UIC’s Mentor Training Program – Annette Valenta, DrPH

  Annette Valenta, DrPH UIC’s mentor training program appreciates the tangible and psychosocial support that’s required to mentor next generation students and faculty.   Transcription  

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UIC and the Growing Emphasis on Informatics Research – Lawrence Pawola, PharmD, MBA

  Lawrence Pawola, PharmD, MBA In the next 10 years, Director Lawrence Pawola sees a growing emphasis on informatics research and the UIC department further educating professionals who will be on the forefront of the revolution.   Transcription I see the University of Illinois among the leaders in this area. In the next 10 years […]

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What Does it Mean to be Qualified in the Job Market?

  David Kushan Managing Partner of Healthcare IS People tend to look for their dream job; however they may not have the qualifications yet.   Transcription As an implementer, they look for certifications, specifically to my knowledge, from what I know, in the epic market, even though we don’t work in the epics space in […]

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Job Opportunities with the Military

  Carter Groome CEO of First Choice Professionals Job seekers should look to the military such as the VA for opportunities for employment.   Transcription We do a lot of work in the federal government for health care, and the VA and the military health system are doing very progressive work in all of the […]

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Certifications Important During ICD-10 Implementation

  Mike Cohen President of MRC Consulting Group There is a need during the ICD-10 implementation phase to receive a certification, but there is more going on than just implementing like operations, security, etc.   Transcription The reason it’s a trick question is because it’s very appropriate today. This could be much less important in […]

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How Important are Certifications to an Employer?

  Carter Groome CEO of First Choice Professionals Certifications are important; however, a lot of companies now are looking at skill sets and will offer certifications to get you in the door.   Transcription There are organizations that they have to hire someone at the certification and they won’t even look at you. If you […]

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Systems and Technology Experts Posses Skills Transferable to the Health Care Industry

  Bonnie Siegel Executive Recruiter at Witt/Kieffer Experts in areas such as ERP, Finance, and HR, who know those systems, are easily transferable into the healthcare industry. Technology areas such as infastructure, mobile tech, the network, data warehouse and business intelligence are also easily transferable.   Transcription Other industries are so much farther advanced in […]

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Sales Skills Found Valuable on the Client Side

  Rachel Wixson Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Cipe Consulting Group Sales Skills are also valuable on the client side such as helping patients understand how they fit into the picture.   Transcription A lot of our customers are competing against like organizations and big cities, so in Chicago there’s any number of hospitals or […]

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Strong Selling Skills Valuable and Transferable to Health Care Industry

  Mike Cohen President of MRC Consulting Group Having strong selling skills is a great value for personal career gains and can be transferable to the healthcare industry.   Transcription One of the hardest skills to find in any industry is good, strong selling skills. You could make your numbers selling technology in that healthcare […]

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Background in Sales and Marketing Can Be Transferable into Health Informatics

  David Kushan Managing Partner of Healthcare IS Having a background in sales and marketing can be a transferable role into the field of health informatics.   Transcription Just in general, I think it depends on the organization. Some are looking for content experts that will, with some light sales skill and will provide the […]

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Operational Roles and Information Security Backgrounds in Health Informatics

  Mike Cohen President of MRC Consulting Group Operational roles and information security backgrounds are easily transferable to the field of health informatics.   Transcription First thing that came to mind for me was more of the technical and operations’ roles but I don’t think that’s what attracts people to an informatics’ program. But for […]

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Technical Background Provides Easier Transition into HIT

  Carter Groome CEO of First Choice Professionals Having a technical background or understanding provides an easier transition into HIT rather than a clinical background.   Transcription This is more of an informatics-type crowd, and then maybe even clinically focused, but there’s a whole segment of what we do, the technical segment. When you talk […]

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Training is Essential for Proper Job Performance

  Rachel Wixson Co-Founder and Managing Director at Cipe Consulting Group Training is a great place to learn work flows and do not need to have detailed technical knowledge of a system.   Transcription I think training is a place where, if you’re able to … it’s a good place for you to be able […]

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Advanced Degree is Beneficial to Further Career

  David Kushan Managing Partner of Healthcare IS For entry level positions, having a degree helps get your foot in the door. An advanced degree is beneficial for those individuals who want to further their career.   Transcription Are some positions that just require certain experience, but having said that, I think at an entry […]

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Bachelor of Science in HIM Practicum Experience – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIM UIC’s health information management undergraduate program requires a 160 hour practicum experience as part of the degree.   Transcription One of the things that we do in our undergraduate and [post back 00:04] level programs to give people a bit of experience is to require a practical experience as […]

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Level of Experience Differs For Health Care Employers

  Rachel Wixson Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Cipe Consulting Group Experience is important if you are looking to get into consulting, but the vendor side offers a lot of entry level opportunities.   Transcription I would say from the consulting side, the experience is something that most folks will look for. The vendor side […]

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Opportunities and Job Demand is High in Health Care

  Carter Groome CEO of First Choice Professionals Employers are looking for experience, but we are at a time where the demands for jobs in the field are high, that is leading to a lot of opportunities in the industry.   Transcription The great news is, and I’m not telling you guys anything that you […]

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Communication Key for IT Professionals Entering Healthcare

  Mike Cohen President of MRC Consulting Group Communication is important for an IT personal entering the field. Communication comes in three different ways: being a translator for IT jargon, communication with other individuals in various levels, and strong written skills.   Transcription Well there’s not a lot of [left 00:01] but I’ll pick up […]

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Proper Training and Skill Set Documentation Important for Entry Level Positions

  Carter Groome CEO of First Choice Professionals For an entry level position, an applicant wants to have the proper training that is relevant to the job. Also, having the skill set of documentation is important when entering into an entry level position.   Transcription Sure. I’ll give a little bit more specific in terms […]

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How Process Improvement Initiatives Impress Employers

  Rachel Wixson Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Cipe Consulting Group Employers look for how the applicant has improved an initiative or process and how it relates to people.   Transcription I would add to it that a question I sometimes ask of folks is, have you implemented a process that required changing a process […]

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What Employers Are Looking For

  Bonnie Siegel Executive Recruiter at Witt/Kieffer Employers are looking for project management skills and interpersonal skills.   Transcription There’s two types of skills we may have, the hard skills that are something you’re going to be learning, but the soft skills are going to become very important in getting you hired. Let’s say you […]

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How to Set Yourself Apart with Employers

  David Kushan Managing Partner of Healthcare IS For someone entering the job space, having the ability to be adaptable and to adjust to certain situations and workers will help set you apart with employers.   Transcription I think in the space that we work it’s a challenging question to answer just because the client […]

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Importance of Governance with Electronic Medical Records – Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT

  Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT Learn about the importance of governance with electronic medical records.   Transcription One of the things that is important as we’ve had literally an explosion, if I can use that term, in terms of the volume of data that we are collecting now that we’re using electronic systems and electronic […]

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Curriculum and the Importance of Accreditation – Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT

  Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT Learn how UIC keeps its curriculum up-to-date and the importance of accreditation.   Transcription In order to keep our curriculum up to date, we stay in touch with our professional associations and our programs are accredited. Part of our professional accreditation through a group called CAHIIM, we have standards and […]

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Retention Guidelines for Electronic Medical Records – Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT

  Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT Valerie Prater, UIC professor, explains retention guidelines for electronic medical records.   Transcription Yes, in terms of storage of information as we increase the volume of information that we have in electronic format and digital format we have to be mindful of retention guidelines. Whether they be state law, federal […]

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Challenges with Electronic Medical Records – Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT

  Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT Professor Valerie Prater of UIC shares the challenges of dealing with electronic medical records.   Transcription The challenge has continued to be balancing that need for access to the right people, the right time with dealing with the increasing volume of information. I think we can all relate to the […]

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Electronic Medical Records Today – Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT

  Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT Electronic medical records and what that means today.   Transcription As we move more and more into the world of electric medical records, we are seeing going beyond a lot of file cabinets and a lot of file drawers. Although those are still things to keep in mind, we’re working […]

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Privacy, Security and Confidentiality in HIM – Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT

  Valerie Prater, MBA, RHIT Privacy, security and confidentiality in health information management is discussed by UIC Professor Valerie Prater.   Transcription We sometimes hear those words, privacy, security and confidentiality used interchangeably or almost in conflict and so we try to teach our students that these are complimentary terms, but don’t have exactly the […]

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Importance of CAHIIM Accreditation – Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD

  Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD Program Director, Michael Dieter, explains the importance of CAHIIM accreditation.   Transcription We’re an accredited program and that’s important because it tells students that we’re in the elite. It tells an applicant, or a potential applicant, that we meet a certain level of standard. Kind of serves more as […]

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Job Opportunities for HI Graduates – Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD

  Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD Learn about the types of job that are becoming available to graduates of the health informatics programs.   Transcription Based on our recent advisory board meeting which is composed of people that work actually in the industry as either CMIOs, CEOs or people that have a very visible role […]

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The Health Industry Today – Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD

  Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD The heath industry and what it looks like today.   Transcription We’re moving from a phase where systems are being selected and implemented to where they’re being integrated so that departmental systems can talk to each other, organizational systems can talk to extra organizational systems. These systems are beginning […]

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Difference Between a Certification and an HI degree – Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD

  Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD Learn about the difference between a certification and a health informatics degree.   Transcription I think this is where you really have to differentiate the value of a Master’s of Science degree from, say, a certification type of credential. Credential of certification really specifies that you’re able to reproduce […]

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HI Graduate Job Opportunities – Michael Dieter – MLIS, MBA, PhD

  Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD Program Director Michael Dieter discusses the types of roles graduates of the HI program go into and the opportunities available to them.   Transcription Traditionally, in Informatics, consulting has really been probably the most dominant role that people go into and are looking for. Generally, those companies like, national […]

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Ideal Online Student – Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD

  Michael Dieter, MLIS, MBA, PhD Learn about the type of student who should consider an online program.   Transcription I would say the first criteria for success is a student that realizes that online education is actually more difficult than classroom education. It requires a higher level of commitment, ability to organize one’s time […]

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Current Roadblocks in Health Care – Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS

  Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS Learn about some of the roadblocks that currently exist that prevents health care from moving forward.   Transcription Health Care is a very processed-oriented field. So there are many processes that exist, both to support information technology and to support normal health care operations.   These processes are […]

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Individual Training, Emerging Programs and Research – Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS

  Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS Find out where individuals look for training and what is currently available in emerging programs and research.   Transcription Until recently, there were very few options for them and they had to rely on on-the-job training and experience to get into the field. Today, luckily, there are other […]

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Clinicians Adapting within Health Care IT – Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS

  Jacob Krive, PhD, MS, CPHIMS Listen to UIC Professor Jacob Krive describe how clinicians will adapt to all of the changes within health care IT.   Transcription Well, adaptation will not be easy in the health care where clinical professionals are used to a certain level of autonomy in making their own decisions. Getting […]

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Future Enchancement with Health Care IT – Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS

  Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS Professor Krive discusses the future enhancements that are coming within health care IT.   Transcription There are a number of phases that I can see happening. That first wave of digitization if you call it that of healthcare data has produced enormous amount of applications. There is an […]

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How IT Transformed the Health Care Industry – Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS

  Jacob Krive, PhD, MBA, MS, CPHIMS Professor Krive describes how IT has transformed the health care industry.   Transcription IT has literally gone from the basement up, because if you think of those areas of IT that existed in hospitals just a little over a decade ago, they have been administrative support, your typical […]

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Skills Needed in Informatics – Eric Swirsky, JD, MA

  Eric Swirsky, JD, MA Find out what skills are needed in the informatics profession.   Transcription From a professionalism side, it’s one thing to know what to do, and I believe that the faculty here know how to deliver that information. How to build secure systems, how to understand the implication of these systems. […]

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Health Care and Privacy of Health Electronic Records – Eric Swirsky, JD, MA

  Eric Swirsky, JD, MA Learn about some of the potential issues within health care and privacy of the health electronic records.   Transcription One of the other issues that I see coming up a lot would be the volume of information that’s in the health record now. Because of things of copy and paste, […]

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Health Care and Social Media, Privacy and Confidentiality – Eric Swirsky, JD, MA

  Eric Swirsky, JD, MA Professor Eric Swirsky discusses the changes in the health care field and how it relates to social media, privacy and confidentiality.   Transcription Well, one of the things that I’m seeing is there’s a lot of use of social media. This has implications for privacy and confidentiality which are different […]

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History and Evolution of the Health Record – Eric Swirsky, JD, MA

  Eric Swirsky, JD, MA The history and evolution of the health record.   Transcription In the ’60s and’70s we had the rise of third party insurance companies, which made more money available than ever for billing health care because before then people didn’t have insurance from their employers. People paid on a fee for […]

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Adoption of the Electronic Health Record – Eric Swirsky, JD, MA

  Eric Swirsky, JD, MA Professor Eric Swirsky discusses the current issues in the health care industry and the adoption of the electronic health record.   Transcription One of the issues that comes up for me a lot, and which I’m beginning to research, is the effect of commodification on the clinician-patient encounter. The way […]

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Professor Discusses Electronic Health Records – Eric Swirsky, JD, MA

  Eric Swirsky, JD, MA As an “ethicist”, Professor Eric Swirsky, describes what he would like to see regarding the electronic health record Transcription One thing that I would like to see is more involvement in certification of these systems. Right now the certification process is light. The FDA is not involved in the certification […]

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How Technology will Help Improve the Governance of Health Care – Eric Swirsky, JD, MA

  Eric Swirsky, JD, MA Learn how technology will help improve the governance of health care.   Transcription We don’t know necessarily how much things are going to be improved or not. For me as an atheist, I looking at both areas, not just for how things are going to be improved but also where […]

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What The Healthcare Industry Will Look Like in 2024 – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA Program Director, Karen Patena, discusses what the healthcare industry will look like in 2024.   Transcription The health care industry today is already starting to evolve from inpatient to more outpatient and home-based care. What this means is that you’re going to see more coordination of care. You’re going […]

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The Importance of CAHIIM Accreditation – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA Learn why CAHIIM accreditation is important for our programs.   Transcription Our program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management. It’s a long term, we abbreviate it CAHAIIM, the acronym is C-A-H-I-I-m. The purpose of accreditation is so that the consumer has some […]

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UIC HIM Graduates RHIA Exam Pass Rates – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA The UIC Health Information Management programs have one of the highest pass rates in the country for the RHIA exam.   Transcription We’re very pleased with the past rates. Our graduates are, for the most part, doing quite well. I would say looking at the graduates we’ve had from […]

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What is the RHIA Credential? – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA Learn about the RHIA and why it is a critical credential to have.   Transcription The RHIA, the Registered Health Information Administrator credential signifies that a person has competency in all of these skill sets that I’ve mentioned: in coding, in management, in technology, in privacy, in security, in […]

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Jobs for HIM Graduates – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA Learn about the types of jobs our health information management graduates are receiving.   Transcription Our jobs are very much in demand. Our graduates, rather, are very much in demand. We have a number of people that contact me on a regular basis, through email or other means, to […]

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The HIM Industry Today – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA What does the health information management industry look like today?   Transcription It’s becoming more data focused and technology focused. I would say that we’re looking at changes that we see because of the Affordable Care Act, because of changes in the coding systems, we’re moving from ICD9 to […]

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Types of HIM Projects – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA Here are examples of projects students work on in the Health Information Management program.   Transcription We have a lot of fun projects for these students. For example in management, they might do policies and procedures or job descriptions. In finance, they might do capital or operational budgets or […]

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The Ideal HIM Online Student – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA Learn how to survive as an online student in the Health Information Management Program.   Transcription For some of our students, this is a new experience. On-line education is becoming the norm now, but for the some of the students, particularly those that are returning to school after a […]

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Length of time to complete the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in HIM? – Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

  Karen Patena, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA Find out the answers to how long it takes to complete the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Health Information Management program and how it prepares its students for life after graduation.   Transcription The typical student takes two years that’s how the program is designed so that they can take two […]

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Health Informatics Curriculum for Clinical Informatics – Andrew Boyd, MD

  Andrew Boyd, MD Find out what UIC’s Health Informatics program has to offer in clinical informatics.   Transcription Right now for Clinical Informatics in the sub-specialty, the curriculum now is an accredited program for the sub-specialty. You can take the Master’s in Health Informatics in the next couple of years, as well as working […]

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Measuring Quality in Clinical Informatics – Andrew Boyd, MD

  Andrew Boyd, MD Hear how clinical informatics will measure quality with healthcare reform.   Transcription If you talk to any clinician, when you look at the quality of metrics as they exist today, if you go to the Agency for Health Research Quality, AHRQ, they have about 1,500 overall quality metrics on everything from […]

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The Future of Clinical Informatics – Andrew Boyd, MD

  Andrew Boyd, MD Learn about the impact of clinical informatics in the future.   Transcription As I mentioned previously, Clinical Informatics is brand new. October was the first time people could sit for the Board in Clinical Informatics. As we in the future the concept of Clinical Informatics is going to spread. Right now […]

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Defining Clinical Informatics – Andrew Boyd, MD

Andrew Boyd, MD Dr. Boyd defines clinical informatics and discusses its history. Transcription Clinical informatics, as the term has evolved over the last two or three years, is a medical board subspecialization. If you’re a physician, you have to take an initial board in pediatrics, internal medicine, neurology. Clinical informatics is the unique subspecialization in […]

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