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View of HIM From the Early Days

Author: Rhodes, Harry B.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: November 1998


Recently, I had the opportunity to visit with two longtime AHIMA members: Earline H. Earhart, RRA, a member since 1937, and Mildred P. St. Leger, RRA, who joined in 1953.

Earhart became a member under the organization's original name—the Association of Record Libraria....

1990s: Visions of the Future

Author: Squazzo, Jessica

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2003

For the American Medical Record Association (AMRA), the 1990s started at a fast pace and never slowed down. The decade saw a change in the Association's name, a change in credentials, a focus on technology, and the advent of HIPAA.

1970s: We Must Be Able to Talk Both Languages

Author: Zender, Anne

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 2003

The 1970s brought a new name for the Association and a new credential name. The decade also witnessed landmark privacy legislation, and medical record practitioners discovered a need to understand the language of technology as well as that of medicine.

Years of Progress

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Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: November 1998

1920s 1928 Association of Record Librarians of North America founded in Boston with 58 charter members 1929 First annual meeting held in Chicago. Constitution and bylaws adopted 1930s 1934 Curriculum and standards created for medical record librarian schools 1939 Cred....

Pen Portraits of Past Presidents

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Source: AHIMA

Publication Date: October 1962



Distributed at the 34th AAMRL Annual Meeting, October 1962


1928-1929—Grace Whiting Myers, our First President and organizer. Volumes could be written about her, our prototype, having all the qualifications we would wish to find in a medical record librarian. A gentle, w....

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