April 14th Make-Your-Lunch & Learn Virtual Conference: Learn How Texas State University Can Enhance Your Team’s HIT Skillset Through Focused Programs for Undergraduates and Graduates
In light of the recent guidelines around social distancing, we must cancel the in-person portion of the event. As they say "the Show must go on", so for this event, we are going 100% virtual.
Join us VIA REMOTE WEBINAR on April 14th when Dr. Diane Dolezel and Dr. David Franklin from Texas State University Department of Health Information Management will speak about their exciting HIT program. Topics include their upcoming cybersecurity concentration, specific technologies used in graduate coursework, and education opportunities available for all health informatics professionals.
As HIMSS educational partners, Texas State University appreciates the organization’s support of future workers through scholarships, program assistant opportunities, early careerist community and the student task force. This talk highlights degree programs, curriculum requirements and specific technologies utilized in undergraduate and graduate BSHIM programs. “We will discuss how HIMSS members can be involved by promoting health informatics education, working on advisory boards, offering student internships and hiring graduates.”
This lecture benefits health informatics professionals, managers and executive officers who aim to build informatics skillsets in their workforce.
Dr. Diane Dolezel, EdD, RHIA, CHDA
Dr. David Gibbs, PhD, CPHIMS, CPHI, CHPS, CISSP, FHIMSS