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Closing the Knowledge Gap with E-learning

Author: Vukovljak, Lana

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2002


Are high costs and potential downtime preventing your staff from receiving much-needed training? E-learning offers more than a solution to these concerns: it’s a better way to learn.
In this article, find out how e-learning works and how to implement an e-learning program in your or....

Coder Education: Will Demand, Will Deliver

Author: Carol, Ruth

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 2004


As the bar rises for coding, healthcare organizations require more education from coders—and they are willing to deliver it, too.
The bar has always been high for mdical coding, but recent years have seen it boosted higher. As a result, healthcare organizations need more from code....

Designing Effective Training

Author: Duggan, Christina Mayer

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2005



Creating a successful training program begins with asking the right questions and taking time on the plans, as one expert testifies.
Imagine sitting at your desk. The phone rings. It's your boss. You've just been tasked with an electronic health record (EHR) training initiative inv....

Dial T for Training: Work Force and the EHR

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA Advantage

Publication Date: June 2006


What’s that sound? It could be your cell phone ringing…but it’s really a reminder to update your technology skills. Here’s the connection: Your cell phone may have the latest bells and whistles, but do you know how to use them? Likewise, are you a proficient user of the....

Editorial: The Need for Mentoring and Training

Author: Brownfield, Cathy

Source: CodeWrite

Publication Date: October 2015




The current demand for coders is extremely high, making it more important than ever for new coders to enter our industry. Many of us are asked, "How do I get into coding?" We then see posts on message boards from students who just graduated saying they can't find a job because they ha....

Establishing an HIM Clerk Orientation Program

Author: Hughes, Gwen

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2000




Once you have hired the right candidate for your vacant position, it's time to orient and train. When I had access to a plethora of qualified candidates, managed a department with infrequent turnover, and employed credentialed staff who were all cross-trained to handle other positions....

Get Ready for the HIPAA Olympics

Author: Cannon, Jeanne

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2003


HIPAA compliance might be one of the biggest challenges of the decade for covered entities—and not only because of all the new requirements. Simply reading and interpreting the regulations has proven to be a monumental task. So how can a HIPAA team leader make staff enthusiastic about lea....

ICD-10 Journeys: a Health System and Coding Company Compare Notes

Author: Muscarella, Maria A.; Peña, Manny

Source: ICD-TEN Top Emerging News | AHIMA newsletter article

Publication Date: March 2015


The transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS has been a roller coaster ride for HIM professionals. The industry has prepared, delayed, prepared, delayed, and prepared again—this time with the expectation that the new coding system will finally go live on October 1, 2015. With its ups and downs, ICD-10 imple....

Intranets: A Way to Connect

Author: Thieleman, William; Postal, Susan

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2000


The uses of the Internet are well known, but companywide intranets are popular as well. In this article, two HIM professionals share how their organizations are putting the power of intranets to work for training, communicating, and more. An Intranet in the Healthcare Environm....

It's No Secret: Privacy Training is Here

Author: Jeffries, Jane

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2001




Thanks to HIPAA, HIM professionals have an exciting career opportunity before them. The final privacy rule requires that covered providers, health plans, and healthcare clearinghouses designate a privacy officer to oversee the development and implementation of privacy policies and pro....

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