The Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS) is the most respected and recognized certification program for healthcare IT professionals. You become a CPHIMS by passing the challenging CPHIMS exam, which is governed by HIMSS – the industry’s authoritative healthcare IT organization.
Set yourself apart with the mark of demonstrated excellence
• Gain credibility in the critical HIT and management systems categories
• Stand out in the job marketplace with proven expertise
• Become part of an elite corps of HIT professionals
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Visit www.CPHIMS.org to learn about eligibility requirements, apply for the exam and access exam preparations materials. Contact Julianna Kazragys, Manager, Certification, at email@example.com or call 312-915-9216 for more information.
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CPHIMS Train the Trainer Program
The Train the Trainer program, first offered at the 2006 HIMSS Annual Conference in San Diego, is a two day program for interested parties to teach the CPHIMS Review Course in their health systems, chapters and in military and other education settings. Day 2 of the program includes an adult education and training component along with a review of HIMSS policies and procedures and marketing and logistics skills for implementing the CPHIMS Review Course. The first day of the program is the CPHIMS Review Course, which provides an overview of the test components.
With growing awareness and interest in the value of the CPHIMS credential (Certified Professional in Health Information and Management Systems), the Train the Trainer program seeks to provide more expansive opportunities for those interested in taking the CPHIMS exam to prepare by taking the Review Course. Trainers teach the review course in a variety of regional settings, as well as during the HIMSS Annual Conference and HIMSS Summit.
Certified CPHIMS Trainers are credentialed across the U.S., South America and Hong Kong. HIMSS congratulates the Trainers that have embarked on new opportunities to teach the CPHIMS Review Course. HIMSS will post upcoming Review Course opportunities provided by these Trainers on the HIMSS website calendarand via e-newsletters. In addition, the Trainers will provide a web-based CPHIMS Review Course for those interested who are not able to attend a regional or national meeting. For additional information about the CPHIMS Train the Trainer program, please contact: Fritze Roberts.
Healthcare Leadership Alliance (HLA) Competency Directory The Healthcare Leadership Alliance (HLA) released the results of a landmark effort to identify competencies that are important across diverse professional roles within healthcare management. The HLA Competency Directory is an interactive tool to ensure that future healthcare leaders have the training and expertise they need to successfully meet the challenges of managing the nation’s healthcare. The HLA is comprised of the nation’s premier professional societies representing over 100,000 members across the healthcare management disciplines.
• American College of Healthcare Executives
• American College of Physician Executives
• American Organization of Nurse Executives
• Healthcare Financial Management Association
• Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society
• Medical Group Management Association and its certifying body, the American College of Medical Practice Executives
Visit the Healthcare Leadership Alliance website at www.healthcareleadershipalliance.org.
HIMSS Advancement: HIMSS strongly emphasizes and encourages professional development and contributions to the healthcare industry for its members. As such, national members have the opportunity to be recognized for their dedication to the society and the industry by applying for Senior Member or Fellow Status. HIMSS national members are chosen for advancement after meeting several criteria based on professional capability, experience, leadership and service to their profession. Individuals who have advanced to Senior Member or Fellow status are leaders within the society implying not only recognition for past contributions but also the expectation of continuing participation and contributions to HIMSS and the healthcare community. HIMSS Online Advancement Application For more information contact Fritze Roberts, the HIMSS Advancement Program Coordinator at 312-915-9233 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. *Candidates may respond online by submitting their resume or contacting the client directly if information has been included in the ad.