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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.
Explore health information and technology job descriptions and career opportunities compiled by the HIMSS Professional Development Committee.
Current Strategies to Implement Informatics into the Nursing Curriculum: An Integrative Review. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 21(3).
Could the Internet of Things Be Used to Enhance Student Nurses’ Experiences in a Disaster Simulation?
Schools of nursing recognized the need to prepare future nurses to care for victims, and function as part of the interprofessional team for all stages of disasters. Simulation has been one means to do this, with many schools investing much time and energy to create extensive disaster simulations....
Organizations should take the lead in mentoring women on how to unleash the advantage in their own personal career journey, shares Women in Health IT guest blogger.
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.
In a field experiencing such vast change, it’s important to possess a standard body of knowledge and an up-to-date skill set. HIMSS certifications show you’re well informed and well prepared for what’s ahead in your career.
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.
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