Students with a passion for computers and for helping people make healthy choices may find nutrition informatics a challenging and rewarding career path. Nutrition informatics is a hybrid career. It bolsters nutrition science with technology to improve the speed, efficiency and accuracy of medica...
As technology continues to transform the way healthcare organizations send and receive patient data, cybersecurity can no longer be considered an option. Healthcare data continues to become more digital, making it easier for hackers to get their hands on private health-related information.
Managing conflict is an unavoidable part of almost any career, and the distinctive nature of a health informaticist's work can make conflicts more frequent, and more essential to manage, than those in many other fields.
Better pay and upward mobility are just two reasons medical billers and coders are looking to the health informatics industry.
A major part of working in Emergency Informatics involves working with a system called EDIS (the Emergency Department Information System), and it exists to support and assist emergency medical providers in tracking emergency room patients and maintaining a smooth workflow.
In this section we discuss the successes and challenges of medical doctors who are embracing the modern healthcare system, and bringing their practices and facilities into the 21st century
We discuss some things that are unique to this exciting, challenging and crucial field in the healthcare industry. Learn some of the interesting nuances that come with the territory of being one of these pioneering individuals. We've reached out to some prominent figures to gain their insights.
Interoperability provides health IT professional Brian Goad with a great degree of job satisfaction.
If anyone knows the importance of lifelong learning it is ExamMed’s Vice President of Healthcare Initiatives, Charlene McFeeley.
Don Wurts discusses his path to success in health IT, as well as views on the industry and advice for would-be health informaticists.