This article seeks to answer some of the important questions students considering a master's degree in health informatics might have about CAHIIM Accreditation.
In healthcare, data mining has proven effective in areas such as predictive medicine, customer relationship management, detection of fraud and abuse, management of healthcare and measuring the effectiveness of certain treatments.
Just given the title of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee one can clearly see they have oversight of a lot of U.S. policy and legislation initiatives. This article focuses on the "H" of the HELP Committee and how it informs eHealth policy.
Analytics data is increasingly being used to customize training regimens and optimize physical performance for athletes across a spectrum of professional and college sports.
With all of the buzz around health informatics (HI), you may be wondering exactly what the profession entails. You're not alone. There are widespread misconceptions about what health informatics is and what responsibilities HI professionals are typically tasked with. This article highlights three...
Cancer informatics is where information science, computer science and health care intersect. It's about acquiring, storing and using information about cancer most thoroughly and efficiently.
This article provides a comprehensive overview of the 21st century cures act, which aims to help modernize healthcare through measures such as facilitating research.
This article discusses the important healthcare information protection law and its impact on healthcare information technology.
Learn about the skill that carry over from health informatics to everyday use.
Read about how health informatics and clinical data analytics can play a role in the legal system by helping doctors identity reoccurring medical errors, and improving outcomes.