Career - Health Information Manager

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Health Information Officers will plan and develop health information systems for various types of healthcare facilities, including computerised patient identification systems, coding and analysis of diseases and procedures, and the design of health record forms. They will revise and test the effectiveness of existing health information record services in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. They will develop and implement new policies and procedures for handling health information in accordance with professional ethics, institutional requirements and relevant legislation, including the Freedom of Information Act and will select, supervise and manage staff. They will instruct health record service and other staff in the policies and procedures associated with the control, use and retrieval of health information and will develop in-service training programs for health record and other health professional staff. They will control the transfer of relevant health service data to state health departments and will perform management functions such as workplace design, financial planning, budgetary control, quality assurance, and selection of equipment and supplies and will also assist with medical research and healthcare projects.
Avg Salary
Australia  $103,892 AUD
United Kingdom  £34,000 GBP
United States of America  $54,908 USD
New Zealand  $65,000 NZD
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