About the Course
Published: May 6, 2019
The presentation will include members from all four CSA’s to present on the current and projected trends for the HIM workforce in their respective states.
Annette Baker, RHIA
Annette Baker is the Program Director of the HIMT associate degree program at Lanier Technical College.
Amanda Barefield, EdD, RHIA, LNHA
Amanda Barefield is the Associate Professor of the HIA baccalaureate program at Augusta University.
Lori Prince, MSA, RHIA, CCS
Lori Prince is the Program Chair of the Health Information Administration (HIA) baccalaureate program at Augusta University.
Susie T. Harris, PhD, MBA, RHIA, CCS, FAHIMA
Dr. Harris is a professor in the Department of Health Services and Information Management at East Carolina University and the Director of the Health Information Management program. She received her undergraduate degree in Health Information Management, Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in health care administration degree, and doctor of philosophy degree in Rehabilitation Studies all from East Carolina University. Dr. Harris currently serves on AHIMA’s Council for Excellence in Education (CCE) and she has also served on the CEE Graduate Resource Alliance Committee, the PhD Curriculum Workgroup, Academic Curricula and Exam Competency Mapping Taskforce, and Approval Committee for Certificate Programs (ACCP). She organized, directed, and presented at the first North Carolina ICD-10-CM/PCS two-day training workshop. She has 17 years of experience in healthcare administration. Her areas of interest are health industry education, coding, managed healthcare, electronic exchange of health information, diabetes, and spirituality. She speaks and is widely published on ICD-10 and health information management education.
Katelyn H. Rouse, MS, RHIA
Mrs. Rouse is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Health Services and Information Management at East Carolina University and the faculty advisor for the Student Health Informatics and Information Management Association. She received her undergraduate degree in Health Services Management and Master’s in Health Informatics and Information Management all from East Carolina University. Prior to Rouse’s education career she gained Health Information Management (HIM) experience as a Coding and Claims Analyst at a large clinic practice. Her areas of interest are health industry education, coding, clinical documentation improvement, electronic exchange of health information, privacy and security, and healthcare reimbursement systems.
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