This presentation provides a variety of strategies for students, new graduates and even more seasoned professionals entering the job market and wondering where to start, what opportunities to pursue, how to prepare, and what the future holds.
1.0 – Organizational Management and Leadership
Alice Noblin, PhD, RHIA, CCS, PMP
Alice Noblin, PhD, RHIA, CCS, PMP is program director and associate professor for the health informatics and information management program at UCF. Her research interests include electronic health records, patient engagement in health IT and health literacy. She received a PhD in Public Affairs from UCF.
Jennifer Offerle, RHIT, BS, CCA
Amanda Walden is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Central Florida in the Health Informatics and Information Management Program. She has her PhD with a specialization in Health Services Research and holds the RHIA and CHDA credentials.
O. Lucia Russell, MHS, RHIA
Lucia Russell is an Instructor for the Health Informatics and Information Management Undergraduate Program at the University of Central Florida. Her educational background includes an MD Degree with Postgraduate Studies in Physical Medicine, from El Bosque University in Colombia. A B.S. In Health Information Management and a master’s degree in Health Sciences, with a Certification in Managed Care, from the University of Central Florida. She is an ICD-10 AHIMA approved trainer and an RHIA. Prior to teaching at UCF, she also taught at Valencia College in Orlando for over 15 years. In addition, she worked for a Large Hospital corporation for 15 years in Pre-bill Coding Auditing, Clinical Documentation Improvement, and had a role in training coders and nurses in CDI. In addition, she also had diverse roles including new physician’s and resident’s orientation in HIM and CDI, and physician’s education in CDI working with Internal medicine physicians, Ob-Gyn specialists, pediatricians, neonatologists, and pediatric critical care specialists. She is the currently an elected member serving CFHIMA.