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The Hocking College Experience

Health Information Management Careers Offer Flexibility and Freedom

by Tracey A. Maine

Are you looking for an important, in-demand career that will provide you the flexibility and freedom to work from home? If this appeals to you, then you should consider getting a degree in Health Information Management from Hocking College.

Hocking College's Health Information Management Program Moving Online

by Tim Brunicardi

Those students who want to pursue getting a degree in Health Information Management (HIM) at Hocking College can get a head start on their classes this summer.

Hocking College's Online Programs & Classes Give Students Flexibility

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College’s Criminal Justice, Health Information Management, and Water and Wastewater Management Programs are now available online for students starting classes in the fall.

New Amazon Software Will Increase Hospital Efficiency

by Tim Brunicardi

According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Amazon is currently selling software that’s capable of extracting health-oriented information from documents and unstructured text.

Unique Gifts to Get For An Allied Health & Nursing Student Under $30

by Samantha Crist

Not sure what to get the student in your life who is studying one of our programs? Don't worry -- we've got you covered.

How the Cybersecurity Industry Can Help Keep Your Health Information Confidential

by Tim Brunicardi

According to a recent post on the Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society’s (HIMSS) webpage, the biggest threat facing the health care industry doesn’t come in the form of a disease. To the contrary, it comes in the form of computer hackers who are skilled in the art of stealing confidential patient information.

How Interoperability & Patient Matching Have Impacted the Health Care Industry

by Tim Brunicardi

Interoperability and patient matching are two processes that are helping Health Information Management professionals establish a link between a patient’s medical history and their socioeconomic needs.

The Advantages of Becoming a Health Information Specialist

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you interested in working in the health care industry, but don't want to be on the front line? If so, perhaps you should consider becoming a health informatics specialist. A health informatics specialist takes patient information and transcribes it into a digital format. These professionals also coordinate, store, and maintain computerized medical records. As a result, their efforts help doctors, patients, hospitals, and insurance companies work together more efficiently and effectively.

Top 5 Companies & Cities in Ohio Hiring Health Information Management Technicians

by Tim Brunicardi

If you’re considering getting a Health Information Management degree, but are concerned about the job prospects, perhaps you should check out the job search site Indeed. There’s currently a multitude of information on this site to confirm that getting into the HIM industry is a secure move, especially if you live in the state of Ohio.

Advantages of Getting into the Health Information Management Industry

by Tim Brunicardi

If you enjoy working with computers, being in a leadership position and would enjoy the job security of working in the health care industry, perhaps you should consider becoming a Health Information Management Technician (HIMT). Getting into the HIM field is worth considering for the following reasons:

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