Health Information Management: Concepts, Principles, and Practice, Volume 1

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AHIMA, 2006 - Medical - 971 pages
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The second edition of Health Information Management: Concepts, Principles, and Practice, by Kathleen M. LaTour, MA, RHIA, and Shirley Eichenwald, MBA, RHIA , builds on the success of the first edition, the most widely used textbook in health information management baccalaureate programs in the country. Updated and expanded to include information on emerging issues, including RHIOs (Regional Health Information Organizations) and EHRs (electronic health records), this book is modeled on the current AHIMA curriculum for health information management (HIM) programs. KEY FEATURES: Updated to reflect the current AHIMA model curriculum for AHIMA accredited HIM programs Clearly and concisely written so that students are able to grasp and master key HIM concepts Check Your Understanding sections in each chapter ensure students are building a framework for HIM principlesA new standalone student workbook with in-class case study questions, application exercises, and review quizzes as well as extensive instructor resource materials including lesson plans, exercises, activities, PowerPoint slides, and test bank provide a complete learning system for mastering health information management knowledge.

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