Discover key insights about global health informatics, the related competencies and how these can be applied 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 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.
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.
Georgsson, M. (Summer, 2019). Uses and advantages of eLearning and distance pedagogy in nursing informatics education. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 23(2). Available at http://www.himss.org/ojni
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.
Job seeking can be an arduous process, but doesn’t have to be. This article explores the professionals whose careers are focused on identifying talented individuals to fill open positions within health IT organizations. Working with recruiting and talent specialists can help candidates obt...
To increase tech’s gender diversity, our guest writer shares, tech companies can use workforce analytics to identify targeted diversity interventions and improve overall organizational and workforce effectiveness.
Members of the HIMSS Global Health Equity Network discuss four ways the healthcare industry can help cultivate a more inclusive environment that celebrates diversity.
Five women entrepreneurs share advice and the lessons learned from starting their own business.
This article explores challenges in ensuring effective clinical communications for patients and orthopedic care teams at New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery. The use of smartphone platforms and apps helps nurses spend more time with patients and expedite bedside communic...
Fourteen years ago, when I first became a chief medical information officer, I didn’t have a lot of peers—or at least, not many people who shared my title.