1. 3 Steps To Follow If Your Health Information Is Hacked


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    We know that our health information is supposed to be kept private, but we are also aware that many institutions are experiencing breaches of some kind. So what do you do if this happens to you? In this video, healthcare expert, Lori-Ann Rickard, shares three simple steps to follow if this happens to to you. Healthcare has changed radically. Gone are the days when the only medical professional a patient saw was their trusted local doctor. Healthcare is now a massive industry in which your medical records and other sensitive information are seen by dozens of people and can be stored in any number of paper or electronic files in an office, on laptops, or on thumb drives. How, then, do you keep that information safe? What privacy rights do you have? HealthSpin’s Easy Healthcare: Healthcare Privacy walks you through the practical steps you can take to safeguard your healthcare privacy as a patient. And HealthSpin has a number of other Easy Healthcare guides about complex health issues that are ready for download now. Check them out and let Lori-Ann Rickard give you her insider knowledge when it comes to managing your own healthcare options! HealthSpin: http://www.myhealthspin.com HealthSpin's Easy Healthcare: Healthcare Privacy: http://myhealthspin.com/ebooks/your-healthcare-privacy-experts-guide/ HealthSpin on Twitter: http://twitter.com/myhealthspin HealthSpin on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LARHealthSpin

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    • More hope for today and for tomorrow


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      • Education In Health Information Online


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        http://www.healthinfomanagerschools.com/ - Health Information Management Schools are such educational institutes which provide a degree offering a lot of impetus to your existing career in the healthcare industry. This industry and its jobs cannot come to an end because of the changing and even more challenging medical constraints coming up day in day out. Medical expenses are always huge and are also set in various plans and policies which a patient has to take up, because of its unpredictability.

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        • Health Information Management is Here


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          http://www.healthinfomanagerschools.com/ - With needs there has to be proper development. To cater to the ever growing population on the earth, there has to be even manpower distribution so that the strain on the main fields does not become too much of a pain. In earlier days there were less number of people – a doctor could treat his patients and at the same time manage all the allied work that was required. However, the magnitude of demand and supply is never well balanced. Strictly speaking with an economic sense, it never should be – otherwise there is bound to be saturation in the market.

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          • The Health Information Management Schools


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            http://www.healthinfomanagerschools.com/ - When you complete your school it is time for you to choose a particular field in which you want to continue your studies. This kind of a decision should be taken just before the high school so that you can start off early with your career. It has become quite difficult these days to get into the field of your choice very easily.

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            • Library on the Go!


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              Have you ever found yourself in need of health information away from your computer? Do you have a smart phone or tablet? Then you’re in luck! The Dalhousie Libraries offer a number of resources in mobile format, connecting you with health information no matter where you are. Find out what’s available and how you can use the library from the palm of your hand.

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              • PROMIS


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                Learn more about the features of PROMIS in this short video PROMIS is an award-winning chronic disease management tool that meets the needs of kidney, transplant, heart and diabetes patients. Linking hospitals, outpatient clinics and doctors’ offices, PROMIS supports direct patient care, program management, facility management and research through a single, easy-to-use interface. This means better care for chronic disease patients, continuous quality improvement, and a better continuum of care. CONTACT INFO Support and Training: support@bcpra.ubc.ca General Information: 604-806-8868 Or outside the BC Lower Mainland 1-855-806-8868

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                • Informatics Cancer Portal Project


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                  Renee Stratton and Anna McDaniel discuss the importance of bringing information to cancer patients and how doing so assists in their treatment.

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                  • MedlinePlus Search Box Tips


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                    Learn Search Box Tips for MedlinePlus.gov, the National Library of Medicine's website for trusted health information for you. Presented by Michelle Eberle, Consumer Health Information Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, New England Region.

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                    • Health Information Technology webinar


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                      Learn all about the Health Information Technology Graduate Degree program at Canisius College through this informative webinar.

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