Patient-centered healthcare initiatives are underway to make patients more responsible for their healthcare. In order to do so, patients must be able to access and share their health information. The increased adoption of health information technology has made greater patient access to their health information possible; however, in the transition from paper medical records to electronic health records (EHRs) existing HIM policies and practices must be evaluated to ensure patients are supported in their efforts to access and manage their health information. This webinar summarizes recent research into patient access to their personal health information and recommends best practices in engaging consumers in accessing and using their health information.
Kim Murphy-Abdouch, MPH, RHIA, FACHE is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Health Information Management Department at Texas State University. She has a broad base of health care leadership, hospital operations, health information management and finance experience and has held a variety of healthcare operational positions from Director of Health Information Management to Hospital Chief Executive Officer.
Kim holds a bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN and a Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Michigan. She is board certified in health care management as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Kim is a Registered Health Information Administrator and presently serves as a member of the AHIMA House of Delegates Consumer Engagement Task Force and Region 4 Director of the Texas Health Information Management Association.
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