Discover key insights about global health informatics, the related competencies and how these can be applied in the workforce.
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.
The HIMSS U.S. Leadership and Workforce Survey reflects the perspectives of the country's health information and technology leaders on a myriad of topics influencing the healthcare sector
This editorial explores the balance that nurses need to find when using technology to reach their goals.The goal of this editorial is to address the emotions involved in the process of incorporating technology in practice and recognizing the value that technology can provide.
This OJNI report shares how scientific journals with a presence on social networks are impacted.
This chief nursing informatics officer job description provides recommendations for a C-suite level or equivalent job description, including qualifications and experience, key responsibilities and reporting structure.
Learn about salary and benefits in the field of nursing informatics.
These Global Health Informatics Competency Recommendation Frameworks compile recommended core international informatics competencies reflective of many countries, scientific societies and research projects.
Find examples of successes and best practices as well as deficiencies and needs when it comes to a mapping skills and competencies; providing access to knowledge, tools and platforms; and strengthening, disseminating and exploiting success outcomes for a skilled transatlantic eHealth workforce.
The HIMSS Nursing Informatics Workforce Survey captures salary, professional status and practice trends while identifying changes that have occurred in the workforce.
The HIMSS TIGER (Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform) Initiative’s Global Informatics Definitions define core global health informatics terminology, including varying terms for similar concepts applied locally, regionally and nationally to maximize the integration of informatics on...
The rapidly changing health care landscape and the need for up-to-date knowledge has required nurses to consistently be aware of current issues and trends. To stay abreast of developing information, nurses tend to use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.