The EU*US eHealth Work Consortium white paper discusses the ways in which the EU*US eHealth Work Project will work to measure, inform, educate and advance development of a skilled eHealth workforce globally.
We pooled together insights from HIMSS Women in Health IT community members who are leading the change they want to see on the front lines of the field and beyond.
Georgsson, M. (July, 2018). A nursing informatics research career in the making – personal reflections and insights Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 22(2).
Lisa Stump, recipient of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award, shares with our Steps to Value podcast the intended and unintended consequences of technological change and the role diversity plays in the creation of effective innovation.
Listen to three HIMSS podcast episodes on how innovation, diversity, education and change management are transforming workforce development in healthcare.
What does it take to maintain relevant, up-to-date educational curricula for health informatics students? Leaders of the HIMSS TIGER initiative share how they worked collaboratively to describe and validate a health informatics framework.
Our Approved Education Partner shares three advantages that non-traditional students bring to employers.
Our Approved Education Partner shares how health information and technology can learn change management from higher education.
We spoke with three HIMSS student member scholarship recipients to learn more about the experiences that led them to where they are now and how they see themselves transforming healthcare through information and technology in the future.
With unique identifiers for nursing documentation, we have the opportunity to capture not only what happens during a patient-provider interaction, but also measure the impact of nurses in improving individual and population health outcomes.
The smart city movement is driven by the demands of an evolving digital ecosystem and governmental systems across the globe are reaching for IT to modernize systems while simultaneously improving the quality of life for citizens.
Continuing professional development is a learner-driven, lifelong journey. It doesn’t start with formalized education and it doesn’t end when the coursework is over.