1st Edition

The Handbook of Continuing Professional Development for the Health Informatics Professional




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ISBN 9780367026783
July 30, 2021 Forthcoming by Productivity Press
384 Pages 37 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Professional development is a lifelong journey. Fortunately, I learned about the importance of professional development from a faculty advisor during my undergraduate college experience. The two key components I learned early in my career were joining a professional organization and obtaining continuing education. You are fortunate to have at your fingertips the advice of many experts on a diverse set of topics all related to professional development. The Handbook of Continuing Professional Development for the Health Informatics Professional, 2nd edition can get you started on your lifelong journey in professional development. There are suggestions on a variety of topics and you are certain to find many of interest.

Table of Contents

Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Editor

Advocating for Change: How You Can Become Involved (New)

Contributors

Introduction

A Personal Testimony

Preface

 

 

SECTION I POSITIONING THE HEALTH IT
PROFESSIONAL FOR LIFELONG CPD

1

Identifying Your Professional Potential

BY BONNIE SIEGEL

2

Creating a Personal Brand

BY VALAYIA JONE S-SMITH

3

Diversifying Your Skillset

BY VIC EILENFIELD

4

Developing a Career Roadmap (Chapter updated)

BY DR DETLEV H (HERB) SMALTZ

5

Work-Life Balance: Does It Exist? Can You Achieve It?

BY DR JEAN ANN LARSON (Chapter updated)

SECTION II ESTABLISHING AND NURTURING YOUR CAREER

6

The Role of the Professional Association (Chapter updated)

BY DR ANTHONY BLASH AND JOANN W KLINEDINST

7

The Importance of Volunteering (Chapter updated)

BY PAMELA V MATTHEWS

8

Earning a Certificate to Demonstrate Competency (Chapter updated)

BY JOHN ECKMANN

9

Differentiating Yourself with a Professional Certification

BY DR KAY S LYTLE

10

Seeking an Advanced Professional Designation

BY SELENA DAVIS

SECTION III LEARNING FROM OTHERS

11

The Mentoring Process

BY JOSEPH J WAGNER

12

Managing by Walking Around

BY JASON BICKFORD

13

Experiencing a Job Exchange (Chapter updated)

BY DEBORAH NEWMAN

14

The 360-Degree Assessment

BY DAVID LAFFERTY

15

Professional Coaching (Chapter updated)

BY JOYCE A ZERKICH

SECTION IV THE ASPIRING LEADER

16

Developing as a Leader (Chapter updated)

BY CHRISTOPHER B HARRIS

17

Nurturing Inter-Personal Skills Development (Chapter updated)

BY DR JOHN R ZALESKI

18

Understanding the Multi-Generational Workplace (Chapter updated)

BY DR LAURA MARKS

19

Minding Your Manners in the Workplace and Beyond

BY MICHELLE COTTON

20

Encouraging Diversity in the Workplace (Chapter updated)

BY JOHN A MANDUJANO

21

The Aspiring Female Health IT Executive

KRISTIN MYERS

22

Joining the C-Suite

BY JOHN P HOYT

SECTION V THE IMPORTANCE OF LIFELONG LEARNING

23

Earning an Advanced Degree (Chapter updated)

BY TIFFANY CHAMPAGNE-LANGABEER

24

The Many Facets of Continuing Education

BY CHRISTINE HUDAK

25

Engaging Socially to Expand Professional Competency (Chapter updated)

BY COLONEL KEVIN P SEELEY

26

Viewing the Workplace for On-the-Job Training

BY DENNIS WINSTEN

27

Talent Management for the Health IT Professional

BY RICHARD A BIEHL

Index

 

SECTION VI Industry Influences Critical to Your Career

28 Digital Health Transformation: Placing the Consumer at the Center of Health and Healthcare

BY ANNE SNOWDON

29 Accelerating Health Innovation: Improving health for All.

BY KERRY AMATO AND ROBERT HAVASY

30 The Healthcare Workforce of the Future: Preparing Today for the Opportunities Ahead

BY NANNE M. FINIS AND KATHRYN OWEN

31 TIGER: A Global Interprofessional Community of Development and Growth

BY TORIA SHAW MORAWSKI, MAN QING LIANG, AVNI DOSHI

32 Disruptive Technology: It’s About People, Culture, and Technology

BY FRAN AYALASOMAYAJULA AND AMIR ISMAIL

33 Caring for the Underserved: Both a Professional and a Personal Responsibility.

BY LESLIE EVANS

 

34 Applied Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning: The Impact on the Health Informatics Workforce

BY TOM LAWRY

35 Establishing and Practicing Ethical Standards: Both a Professional and Personal Responsibility

BY CRAIG M. KLUGMAN

36 Global Workforce Trends of Today: A Health Informatics Perspective

BY ANNE L. DRABCZYK 

37 The Clinically Integrated Supply Chain: A Critical Component of Healthcare Delivery

BY ANNE SNOWDON

38 Protecting the Privacy and Security of Health Information: A Shared Responsibility

BY ROD PIECHOWSKI

39 Health Interoperability and Standards: An Overview

BY MARI GREENBERGER

APPENDIX

A Prioritize Your Career Development Plan

BY JOYCE ZERKICH

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Biography

As Vice President of Professional Development at HIMSS, Ms. Klinedinst is responsible for all aspects of programming for North America that leads to the lifelong learning, networking, and engagement of HIMSS members. These professional development offerings include annual conference education, distance education, professional certification, career services, and other areas. Prior to this position, Ms. Klinedinst held positions in both the acute care and ambulatory health information technology settings. She holds a Masters in Adult Education from the Pennsylvania State University and has earned numerous industry designations.