Professional Practice in Health Information Management
In this course the learner will explore:
- Current issues and trends in the regional, national and global health care systems and the involvement of the health information management profession
- The roles and responsibilities of the health information management professional as they relate to the Canadian health information management lifecycle
- The structure and role of the Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA)
- Ethical issues relating to health, health information and the application of the CHIMA Code of Ethics
Students will learn principles and practices in health information management through a combination of lecture, experiential learning and independent study. Some or all of the following methods will be used:
- group work
- group discussions and exercises
- independent research
- instructor feedback on students' work
- individual consultation
- presentation (individual or group)
The course evaluation is consistent with the Douglas College Evaluation Policy. An evaluation schedule is presented at the beginning of the course. This is a graded course. All assignments must be completed to pass the course.
At the end of the course, successful learners will be able to:
- Apply the stages of the health information management lifecycle as it relates to current issues and trends of the health care system
- Evaluate strategies integral to health information management planning
- Analyze principles pertaining to health information access, use and disclosure and apply relevant health legislation
- Design an organizational information model, and establish data, content and documentation standards
- Compose policies and procedures that determine the access, use and disclosure of health data in compliance with Canadian health law
- Devise a model for the maintenance, retention and protection of health information
- Design a strategy for health information disposition and destruction
- Construct a health information management lifecycle evaluation framework and determine appropriate metrics to be utilized at each stage of health information management
A list of required and optional textbooks, materials and electronic applications is provided for students at the beginning of each semester.
HIMP 2100, HIMP 2110, HIMP 2140, and BIOL 2200
Students in the PBD-HIM program are required to maintain a passing grade of 65% (C+) in all courses in order to progress in the program.
No equivalent courses.
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|Institution||Transfer Details for HIMP 2230|
|There are no applicable transfer credits for this course.|