Data for Decisions: HIM Workforce and Workplace. Celebrating AHIMA’s 75 Year’s of Service. Workforce Assessment Research. 2002 data collection Graduating students Program directors Members Employers 2003 data analysis and use Q-1 2004 final report. Member and Student Demographics.
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Celebrating AHIMA’s 75 Year’s of Service
2002 data collection
2003 data analysis and use
Q-1 2004 final report
Mean age of HIT students=33.8
15% of HIA students over the age of 35
41% of HIT students over the age of 35
51% of HIT students are parents
60% of HIA student parents are single
40% of HIT student parents are single
92% of HIA students are full-time
73% of HIT students are full-time
in 2002, by Highest Credential and Region
in Implementation of Electronic Medical Record
On Planning Team
Managing Some Aspect
No Direct Involvement
Changing technologies have made my job more
I have had difficulty keeping up with changing
I have taken formal courses to keep up with new
software and hardware.
I foresee the need for more technology education
in the future.
I have excellent technology skills that position me
well for advancement.
69% of HIT programs have 1-2 full-time faculty members
Average number of full-time faculty
Part-time faculty comprises more than half the staff for the majority of programs
Average years of teaching
87% masters degree
43% bachelors degree
50% masters degree
AOE Symposium in June.
March Team Talks
2003 CSA presentation
Article for May Journal
Article for April AHIMA Advantage
Posting complete reports to CoP
Paper submitted to International Medical Informatics Conference on informatics education in April
Press releases on key findings; press briefings at HIMSS; targeted articles for trade press
Additional Case Studies
Final Employer Report
Workforce Tracking System
Repeat student exit (and educator?) survey
Papers for publication
Data bases for use by researchers