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HIMAA 2019 : Health Information Management Association of Australia


When Oct 23, 2019 - Oct 25, 2029
Where Sydney, Australia
Submission Deadline May 31, 2019
Categories    digital health   health analytics   classifications/coding   medico-legal

Call For Papers

“Health Information Management: Celebrating 70 years of Strength
in Diversity”
Abstracts are invited for the 2019 National Conference of the Health Information Management Association of Australia (HIMAA) and the National Centre for Classification in Health (NCCH). With the profession celebrating its 70th anniversary, the exciting collaboration between Australia’s two national
leaders in health information management and clinical classification offers the defining annual opportunity for professional update and networking.
Health information management professionals have assumed the lead roles in the introduction of scanning and digital health solutions in health institutions, public and private, around the country.They are not just responding to a changing landscape in health service provision, they are creating and challenging it to perform effectively and efficiently, and then some. The integration of health
care across the primacy and tertiary health care divide, and the dual benefits this will bring in improving quality of patient care and containment of costs, is now not just a goal, it is imminent. This year’s theme celebrates the profession’s 70th anniversary, commemorating the transformation of
the profession and strength at the heart of healthcare. Therefore, this year’s conference is aptly titled:Health Information Management: Celebrating 70 years of strength in diversity. The professions of health information management and clinical classification has come a long way over the past 70 years since the establishment of the New South Wales Association of Medical Records Librarians and the Victorian Association of Medical Librarians in 1949. Today’s Health Information Management Professionals are diverse in their skills and capabilities, continuing to be the
heart of the healthcare system. This year’s call for submissions encourages presenters to share their research and practice solutions that demonstrate the strength in diversity in the field of health information.
The HIMAA and NCCH National Conference is an annual event which allows the sharing of knowledge and experiences gained from health information related projects and research. If you have been working on a project or undertaking research involving health information, do not keep this information hidden – share it with your colleagues! The conference will allow you to publicise how you and your organisations are meeting the current challenges in the management
and use of health information. Please consider submitting to our conference and share your knowledge and experiences.

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