Event Overview

HIMSS congratulates those who desire to have a solid grounding in the principles of health IT. And, the CPHIMS Review Course is an excellent source of a health IT body of knowledge that spans three broad knowledge categories involving a total of nine topic areas: General Environmental Knowledge (Healthcare Environment and Technology Environment; Systems Knowledge (Analysis, Design, Selection, Implementation, Support and Maintenance, Testing and Evaluation, Privacy and Security; and Administrative Knowledge (Leadership and Management). This Review Course will provide a highly interactive and fast-paced detailed overview of these competency areas by supplementing tools and resources from a variety of sources to aid in the knowledge transfer process.

Overall Series Learning Objectives:

  • Explore the various components of the CPHIMS Body of Knowledge
  • Review various components of the implementation development life cycle in a healthcare setting
  • Discuss the importance of the many administrative aspects of health IT from the perspective of PHI to ensuring that the leadership functions of the healthcare setting are identified

 

Sessions are now available on demand

Introduction: Thursday, January 24, 2013

Time Session
1PM-3PM CT CPHIMS Body of Knowledge: An Introduction (Healthcare & Technology)
  Abstract: This first module of the CPHIMS Review Course will introduce attendees to the various components of the CPHIMS Body of Knowledge, center discussion on the opportunities and challenges in the healthcare environment, while addressing the technological components needed to deliver patient care.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the various components of the CPHIMS Body of Knowledge
  • Articulate characteristics, roles, and inter-relationships of various healthcare entities
  • Recognize the various characteristics, applications, and technical components that support the healthcare environment

Speaker:
JoAnn W. Klinedinst, CPHIMS, PMP, FHIMSS
Vice President, Professional Development
HIMSS


Part 1: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Time Session
1PM-3PM CT CPHIMS Body of Knowledge: Part 1: An Overview of the Implementation Development Life Cycle (System Design, Analysis, Selection, Implementation, Support & Maintenance; Testing and Evaluation)
  Abstract: As the first of a two-part series, this session will introduce the attendee to the various components of the implementation development life cycle in a healthcare setting by focusing on those concepts required from initial inception of an idea through implementation.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the components of systems analysis and design
  • Describe the importance of a valid design plan to support the goals of the organization
  • Articulate the importance of sound methodologies to support the testing, design, and implementation of applications

Speaker:
JoAnn W. Klinedinst, CPHIMS, PMP, FHIMSS
Vice President, Professional Development
HIMSS


Part 2: Thursday, January 31, 2013

Time Session
1PM-3PM CT CPHIMS Body of Knowledge: Part 2: An Overview of the Implementation Development Life Cycle (System Design, Analysis, Selection, Implementation, Support & Maintenance; Testing, and Evaluation)
  Abstract: As the second of a two-part series, this session will introduce the attendee to the various components required to support and maintain those who use software applications in a healthcare setting.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the challenges and opportunities of software support
  • Identify the components of software maintenance as related to the healthcare environment
  • Create awareness of the many challenges of the implementation development life cycle

Speaker:
JoAnn W. Klinedinst, CPHIMS, PMP, FHIMSS
Vice President, Professional Development
HIMSS


Part 3: Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Time Session
1PM-3PM CT CPHIMS Body of Knowledge: Administrative Aspects of Health IT (Privacy and Security, Leadership and Management)
  Abstract: This session will feature a discussion on the importance of the many administrative aspects of health IT from the perspective of protecting health information to ensuring that the leadership and management functions of the healthcare setting are identified and understood.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the current state of privacy and security challenges and opportunities in healthcare today.
  • Review the leadership and management goals, responsibilities, and opportunities of today’s healthcare leaders
  • Provide a comprehensive wrap-up of the high level aspects of the Review Course

Speaker:
JoAnn W. Klinedinst, CPHIMS, PMP, FHIMSS
Vice President, Professional Development
HIMSS

JoAnn W. Klinedinst, CPHIMS, PMP, FHIMSS

Vice President, Professional Development
HIMSS

JoAnn W. Klinedinst is Vice President, Professional Development, at HIMSS. As a member of the HIMSS senior management team since 2006, Klinedinst brings more than 23 years of progressive experience in the health IT and management systems industry to the Society. She is responsible for all aspects of programming for professional development perspectives including annual conference, distance education, virtual conference, webinars, e-seminars, web services, professional certification, career services, continuing education, and HIMSS member awards. Before this appointment, Ms. Klinedinst served as HIMSS content staff liaison to the enterprise and management engineering/process improvement steering committees, working with volunteers to deliver tools and resources to members.

Dr. Eric Topol

Director
Scripps Translational Science Institute
Chief Academic Officer
Scripps Health
Professor of Genomics
The Scripps Research Institute

As a leader in the movement to modernize medical treatment through the latest technology, Dr. Eric J. Topol is creating new, more effective ways to treat patients – ways that will dramatically bring down the costs of health care. In his book, The Creative Destruction of Medicine: How The Digital Revolution Will Create Better Health Care, he discusses how social networking, smartphones and the powerful new tools that sequence each individual’s genome will give consumers control of their own individ­ual information and revolutionize medicine.

Joseph C. Kvedar, MD

Founder and Director of the
Center for Connected Health

Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, is the Founder and Director of the Center for Connected Health, working to create a new model of healthcare delivery, by developing programs and innovative strategies to move care from the hospital or doctor’s office into the day-to-day lives of patients. 
Dr. Kvedar is internationally recognized for his leadership and vision in the field of connected health and the application of communications technologies to improve healthcare to patients. He is a frequent lecturer and has authored over 70 publications on the subject. Dr. Kvedar serves as a Board member for a number of organizations, including the Continua Health Alliance and the Care Continuum Alliance. He also is a Co-Founder of Healthrageous and Chair of the company’s Scientific Advisory Board.


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