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Learn HIM and health IT skills in a single online degree program
Learn HIM and health IT skills in a single online degree program

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December graduates: prepare for your next interview by becoming an active and receptive listener. A fast class via the University Learning Store will help you build critical listening and communication skills designed to help you succeed in landing your next job. Learn more at http://owl.li/q8dC305RHjx.

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The online HIMT bachelor's degree prepares students to take on leadership positions in healthcare organizations http://owl.li/CZBN304sVRl

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Huge Demand for Health Information Professionals, Say #DigitalHealth Leaders in Wis. [VIDEO] http://ow.ly/MEkWc

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Huge demand for HIM and HIT professionals, say #DigitalHealth leaders in Wis. #HealthIT #Data #EHR http://ow.ly/MEkzh

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And for humanity’s next trick—we will become immortal! Plus 4 more stories in this week's health technology news roundup. http://ow.ly/Loz1D

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Twitter can predict heart disease risk, according to research. Read about this and 5 more digital health stories in the HIMT News Roundup.

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Keep up to date on the latest developments in digital health! Read this week's HIMT News Roundup. http://ow.ly/KxwjX

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Patients who use #digitalhealth to help manage conditions are more satisfied with their health despite being sicker than those who don't http://ow.ly/KgijD
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EHR adoption is at the root of the modern doctor’s dissatisfaction with his job. Read: http://ow.ly/KcSWR

The writer believes the AMA, which has been battling Meaningful Use and EHR adoption, "has set up a showdown on ICD-10 and EHRs that it will lose, and lose big, because it just plain does not carry the muscle it used to."

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