Report 1 of 2: The plan should include: 1. The date/time of your event. 2. The location of your event. 3. The name of the group you will be presenting to. 4. Contact information (name/email/phone

Report 1 of 2:  The plan should include:1.  The date/time of your event.2.  The location of your event.3.  The name of the group you will be presenting to.4.  Contact information (name/email/phone number) for the person you coordinated with to schedule your event.5.  Number of audience anticipated.

Report 2 of 2: Using your Part 1 of 2 report, ADD the following report content below that in narrative form:

Report 2 of 2:  Presenter’s personal observations regarding:

  • Audience sign in sheet (scanned in or attached as a picture from your phone)
  • Audience assessment

    • Demographics
    • Receptiveness
  • Personal reflections (pre- and post-presentation)

    • Degree of difficulty

      • What did you imagine?
      • How did it turn out?
    • Perception of message importance to public

      • How important do you think this message is before the presentation?
      • What did you think afterwards?
    • Perception of success

      • What did you expect?
      • How did it turn out?
    • Expectation is that the paper will cover all of these items ~ minimum 2 pages, double spaced in a narrative format.


Report 1 of 2: The plan should include: 1. The date/time of your event. 2. The location of your event. 3. The name of the group you will be presenting to. 4. Contact information (name/email/phone
Your Personal Health Record You Never KNow whe N You’ll Need It Section 1—Do You Know… → Your blood type? → Date of your last tetanus shot? → Names of your doctors from the past five years? → Names and doses of your medications from the past two years? Section 2—Do You Know Your Rights? (true or false, answers below) 1. You do not have the right to request that your medical record be corrected or amended. 2. You have a right to know who has accessed your medical information. 3. Your doctor is legally required to provide a copy of your medical records if you request. Section 3—What Do You Know About Today’s Healthcare System? (Answers below) 4. Does your doctor use paper files or a computer to manage your medical record? 5. What percentage of doctors use a computer to maintain patient medical records? a. 5–10% b. 20–25% c. 50–55% d. 75–80% 6. If you suddenly become ill and go to the emergency room, will doctors have access to all your medical information? Answers: 1=False | 2=True | 3=True | 4=varies by provider | 5=a | 6=in most cases, no. To Learn More About Your Personal Health Information, visit w w w. a h i m a . o r g
Report 1 of 2: The plan should include: 1. The date/time of your event. 2. The location of your event. 3. The name of the group you will be presenting to. 4. Contact information (name/email/phone
PHR Campaign SUGGESTIONS FOR LOCATIONS FOR COMMUNITY PRESENTATIONS Organizations Soroptimist Club County Extension Service Athletic Programs and Associations Little League Clubs Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions Clubs Council on Aging Senior Citizens Organizations Malls Parent-Teacher Organizations Public Libraries Merchant Associations 4-H Clubs Book Clubs Boy/Girl Scouts Chamber of Commerce Garden Societies Professional Associations Labor Groups Cultural Organizations (arts councils, symphony auxiliaries) Singles’ Social Groups Social Service Organizations Travel clubs Women’s Organizations YMCA Educational and Religious Centers High Schools as Evening Education HIM Programs College Campuses (health-related programs) Community Colleges Allied Health Programs Church/Synagogue Groups Study Clubs Health and Wellness Organizations Support Groups in the Hospital Weight Watchers Wellness Groups Health Plans New Mom Groups Long Term Care Facilities Senior Citizen Communities Health Food Stores Employees in your Facility Elder Care Support Groups Infertility Groups Day Care Facilities Health Clubs, Local Gym Recreation Centers Classes for Yoga, Swimming, Dance, etc. Events State and Local Health Fairs Annual Meetings Seminars and Conferences Trade Shows Open Houses New Health Clinics/Medical Offices, Senior Centers, Schools, Health Food Stores, etc. Executive Retreats Golf Outings Fundraising and Charity Events
Report 1 of 2: The plan should include: 1. The date/time of your event. 2. The location of your event. 3. The name of the group you will be presenting to. 4. Contact information (name/email/phone
Aligning with its Public Good strategic goal, AHIMA announced support for the Blue Button Initiative in a press release dated October 28, 2013. Presentations of the initiative were given at the 2013 AHIMA Convention, where a special session was held to introduce the program and discuss voluntary involvement by AHIMA’s Component State Associations (CSAs) and their members. Blue Button is a symbol letting consumers know they can get their health information electronically. Blue Button originated at the Veteran’s Administration (VA). Since then, it has spread beyond the VA to other government agencies and the private sector. In 2012, responsibility for encouraging broader use of Blue Button was transferred to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), part of the Department of Health and Human Services. Look for the Blue Button logo Healthcare organizations that pledge to the ideals of the Blue Button will display the Blue Button logo as a symbol indicating that a consumer can easily access their health records from their sites. Blue Button is not a product, nor is it a national database. Get Involved This year, many AHIMA CSAs have signed the Blue Button pledge ( and placed the logo on their CSA websites. CSA leaders have been asked to support the initiative on behalf of the CSA and its members. AHIMA encourages each CSA take the following actions within their states: • Commit as an association and take the ONC’s Blue Button pledge ( • Place links on the respective CSA website to both the AHIMA myPHR pages (, and to the ONC’s Blue Button Pledge (, and • Encourage CSA members to get involved and enlist their employers in taking the Blue Button Pledge with the help of a promotional Blue Button Toolkit, developed by AHIMA, which includes website banner ads, sample Tweets and blogs, an employer letter, and a sample CSA newsletter template. AHIMA will also participate in an ONC public service campaign for the Blue Button Initiative (BBI) set for September 15 through October 6, 2014. As part of this effort, will host a series of public service videos to create increased awareness for the BBI campaign. To learn more about Blue Button, please visit: AHIMA and Consumer Engagement AHIMA is involved in multiple initiatives supporting consumer engagement and the public good: THE BLUE BUTTON MOVEMENT “ Blue Button is more than a rallying cry for encouraging patients and their families to employ better health information and tools. Blue Button is a movement.” I TOOK THE PLEDGE MYPHR.COM The Personal Health Record (PHR) is a tool that you can use to collect, track and share past and current information about your health or the health of someone in your care. Your PHR can give medical care providers more insight into your personal health story. Visit AHIMA’s PHR website,, to learn more about owning your health information. Here you will find information on how to create a PHR, resources on health literacy, and helpful links, such as PHR news stories, a PHR video library, and a medical identity theft response checklist. There are also useful blogs and an FAQ section. Blue Button resources can also be found on this site. There are also tips for caregivers and how to prepare for a doctor visit. AHIMA is forming alliances with partners who already have a consumer audience, in order to engage with consumers and share useful information surrounding their personal health information. One of these partnerships is, a health and wellness website that helps people live healthier lives by connecting them to information from experts, clinical decision support tools, and interactive programs. Sharecare is an interactive question-and-answer platform that allows industry experts to answer consumers’ health and wellness questions. AHIMA has become a contributing organization to sharecare and now has a group profile page. Follow AHIMA’s blog posts; get questions answered; and discover useful links to improve your health through management of personal health information. To visit AHIMA’s sharecare page, please select this link: AHIMA IS NOW ON SHARECARE.COM AHIMA is looking to consumer health information experts inside and outside our membership to expand the resources for consumers available through AHIMA’s myPHR website (, sharecare, social media sites, and other consumer platforms. If you have ideas for engaging consumers with their health information, please do not hesitate to share them with us by e-mailing [email protected]
Report 1 of 2: The plan should include: 1. The date/time of your event. 2. The location of your event. 3. The name of the group you will be presenting to. 4. Contact information (name/email/phone
HIM 2111 – HIM Technologies in Practice HIM Reflection tied into Benedictine Values 30 Points As we close on this class: HIM Technologies in Practice, I would like you to take some time and reflect on (likely) your first few classes here at St. Scholastica and look to the future of HIM. Please make this submission a narrative paper with the length being 1-2 pages in length. Reflect on these Benedictine Values: Community Sharing responsibility to create and support the community. Creating a climate which promotes a sense of community while valuing the uniqueness of the individual. Manifesting an ability to adapt to circumstances without compromising our values. Hospitality Creating a welcoming atmosphere personally and institutionally. Listening and responding sensitively to all. Extending warmth and acceptance to all. Welcoming new ideas and being open to change. Respect Cherishing and promoting the worth of all human life. Treating persons with dignity and reverence without regard to age, gender, race, minority, sexual preference or economic status. Honoring and supporting the spirituality of each person. Valuing the dignity of all work. Promoting participation of all persons in the decisions affecting their lives. Stewardship Utilizing human resources responsibly. Providing wise and respectful use of all material and monetary resources. Promoting prudent use of resources and energy. Finding time for work, play and prayer in daily life, which will promote physical, mental and spiritual growth. Love of Learning Preserving the intellectual and material heritage entrusted to us by past generations. Transmitting the treasures of human culture to new generations. Creating scholarly, artistic and scientific works which enrich and enlarge human life. Integrating thought and action as complementary aspects of a full human life. How do you see these values tied into the HIM Profession? Identify one thing you have learned in the past year (in or out of HIM) and how it has altered your thinking about school, HIM, healthcare or your career. Identify one characteristic of yourself that you will work on from now until you graduate and why? How will the improvement of this characteristic benefit you in your HIM career and/or life? Optional: Resources that you may want to visit: Beth Just, from Just Associates – keynote speaker at the 2016 LaTour/Eichenwald Forum Linda Kloss, from Kloss Strategic Advisors – keynote speaker at the first LaTour/Eichenwald Forum (2012) The CSS/HIM history document that you reviewed in HIM 2110: Thank you each for taking this course ~ I hope you have gained some knowledge that you didn’t have before and I wish you luck with your courses here at CSS!

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