1. What Do AHIMA Members Value Most About Their Membership?

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    We asked AHIMA members what they value most about their membership, and this is what they told us.

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    • Health Information Movies for NHS Prison Services

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      Airside were asked to design and animate a series of information movies for a pilot project commissioned by NHS Prison Services. The aim was to inform and educate prison inmates about Hepatitis prevention. The movies were part of the content of interactive kiosks situated inside prisons. Design, animation, live action and sound produced by Airside. Commissioned by Saint. Client: NHS Prison Services

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      • Minervation - we can help you

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        A short introduction to the work of Minervation Ltd; an Oxford-based company that build accessible, usable and reliable health websites. Founders Douglas Badenoch and André Tomlin both have backgrounds in evidence-based healthcare, writing health information for patients and professionals, information science, web design, usability testing and social media.

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        • Must Have Health Screenings in Your 40s

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          Many health issues such as heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes are treatable, if not avoidable if caught early. Dr. Sal Lacagnina, who oversees Lee Memorial Health System's Wellness Centers, believes hitting your 40s should signal that it's time to start paying closer attention to your health. Along with an annual physical, he recommends a few additional tests. "You really should start thinking about screening test for colon cancer especially if there's a family history," Dr. Lacagnina says. It's also time to asses your heart health. Measuring your cholesterol may show your risk for cardiovascular disease. Diabetes is another disease that can be screened by your doctor using a simple blood test. When it comes to men's health, this is the decade to start checking for prostate cancer. "It's still a little controversial, when to do the PSA's. But I find it helpful. I think a lot of physicians and providers find it helpful to do a PSA." Women in their 40s should include breast cancer screenings in their list of checkups. "Between 40 and 50 they should have a baseline exam," says Dr. Lacagnina, "you want to do it earlier when there's a strong family history of breast cancer." Women also need to keep up with their gynecological exams. Even if they've had a hysterectomy. "If the uterus and cervix were removed but the ovaries are still intact the only way to screen for ovarian cancer is to do a physical exam," says Dr. Lacagnina. Middle age starts the second half of life and is prime time to keep up with your health. View More Health Matters video segments at www.leememorial.org/healthmatters/ See what are patients are saying at Visit www.leememorial.org/caring Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries.

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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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            • Informatics Cancer Portal Project (Revised)

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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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              • Interview with CNBC at Saint John's Hospital

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                Discussing with CNBC how to make information available to physician and patient at point-of-care. Implementing a system that is both cost-effective and saves lives. How we establish health care that is focused on the health of the patient.

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                • Key components in having great sex

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                  Part 3/4 of an interview between Psychologist Julie Hart and US Psychologist, Sex Therapist and Author Barry McCarthy

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                  • Improving Health Literacy with Plain Language

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                    Did you know that 60% of Canadians and 88% of seniors are not health literate? This impacts how well patients understand and evaluate instructions, advice and services. Health care professionals can help improve these figures by ensuring they communicate health information effectively through the use of plain language. Plain language isn’t about dumbing down how you write or talk. It includes words, tone, font size and simple document design strategies that are appropriate for the person or people you are speaking with.And that’s why it’s also important for health care professionals to use plain language when communicating with each other. It’s easy to forget that interdisciplinary team members may not know our jargon or share the same level of specialized knowledge. At this Quality Café webinar, filmed on May 29, 2013, participants learned about research, tips and resources that can help you better communicate with patients, your colleagues, and the public. About the Quality Café The Quality Café is a free one-hour lunch and learn series that takes place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 1200 PT. Each Café features a new guest and topic related to improving quality of care. Are you passionate about improving how health care is delivered? Come to Quality Café! We invite all health care professionals, patients, organizations, and educators to join our online conversation. Register for upcoming webinars at bcpsqc.ca/learning/quality-cafe/

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