HIMJHealth Information Management Journal (Health Information Management Association of Australia, Ltd.)
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I do sincerely hope you find the time to read the current issues of HIMJ and HIM-I, that you enjoy the read, and that you may be inspired to make a contribution to one of these journals yourself in the future.
However, activity-based funding (ABF) remains a fundamental component of the agreement and references to ABF in the various articles throughout the current issues of HIMJ and HIM-I remain relevant for the health information workforce.
(3) An expanded version of Emily Price's paper will also be published in a future issue of HIMJ.
The theme of this Issue of HIMJ, 'the health information management workforce: changes and opportunities', is a call to reflect on the opportunities that change can offer.
As with innovations in information and communication technologies, HIMJ is also moving through a period of considerable change.
Cassandra Jordan: NSW State Liaison Officer, HIMJ. Health Information Management Journal 38(2): 67-69.
As you will see in this issue of HIMJ, the contributors provide inspiring examples of HIM careers that 'boldly go where no one has gone before' (Star Trek Next Generation 1987 (2)).
(1) As the newly appointed New South Wales State Liaison Officer for HIMJ, I was invited to write a profi le of my professional career.
Cassandra Jordan: NSW State Liaison Officer, HIMJ Health Information Management Journal 38(2): 67-69.
This issue of the Health Information Management Journal (HIMJ) focuses on classification, and the articles it contains combine to provide an insight into the ways in which disease classifications are used and the variety of people who make use of them.
In the context of this issue of the HIMJ we use the term in two ways.
The two peer-reviewed articles in this issue of HIMJ reflect the importance of research into how work is carried out in both clinical and administrative areas of healthcare.