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AHIMA HIM Glossary

More than 3,800 HIM terms are at your fingertips with the Pocket Glossary app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

More than 3,800 HIM terms are at your fingertips with the Pocket Glossary app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

AHIMA HIM Glossary

by AHIMA
AHIMA HIM Glossary
AHIMA HIM Glossary
AHIMA HIM Glossary

What is it about?

More than 3,800 HIM terms are at your fingertips with the Pocket Glossary app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Review alphabetically or search the entire glossary by term. The app supports voice notes, comments, and bookmarks for comprehensive study or professional support on-the-go.

The fourth edition of AHIMA’s Pocket Glossary of Health Information Management and Technology is updated to include the essential terms from foundational and emerging HIM and HIT topics. Unique and critical vocabulary terms for health information, health informatics, and health IT are defined and described. Every term is reviewed by HIM professionals for accuracy, content, and structure.

AHIMA HIM Glossary

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
26Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
January 21, 2014
Release date
January 21, 2014
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App Store Description

More than 3,800 HIM terms are at your fingertips with the Pocket Glossary app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Review alphabetically or search the entire glossary by term. The app supports voice notes, comments, and bookmarks for comprehensive study or professional support on-the-go.

The fourth edition of AHIMA’s Pocket Glossary of Health Information Management and Technology is updated to include the essential terms from foundational and emerging HIM and HIT topics. Unique and critical vocabulary terms for health information, health informatics, and health IT are defined and described. Every term is reviewed by HIM professionals for accuracy, content, and structure.