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Department of Health Information Management

Welcome to the Department of Health Information Management

 

CAHIM

The Bachelor of Science program in Health Information Management at Texas State University is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM), 233 N. Michigan Ave, 21st Floor, Chicago, IL 60601-5800.

 

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Texas State University is recognized as a top producer for healthcare professionals who serve the growing demand for quality healthcare services in Austin and Central Texas.

98% of our healthcare professionals work in their field within 6 months of graduation.
~ Austin American -Statesman (June 1, 2014)


HIMSS 2016 Las Vegas, NV


Fall 2015 BSHIM Graduates

Congratulations and Best Wishes to our Fall 2015 BSHIM Graduates!

 

Fall 2015 BSHIM Graduates

 

A big Texas State welcome to our Inaugural MHIM Class!

MHIM Cohort

 

 

MHIM Cohort with Faculty

 


 

College of Health Professions Scroll Ceremony 2015

Health Information Management Students

 

HIM Scroll Ceremony

 

 

 

 


HIM Faculty at Assembly On Education (AOE)

 

HIM at AOE


CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!!!!

Spring 2015 Graduation

Spring 2015 Graduates

Spring 2015 Graduates

 

Spring 2015 Graduates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2015 Graduates   Spring 2015 Graduates


Congratulations!!

Ms. Jackie Moczygemba, Chair and Associate Professor for the Department of Health Information Management, was selected from among distinguished nominees statewide to receive the TEXAAN Faculty Advisor Recognition Award, presented by the Texas Academic Advising Network.

TEXAAN Moczygemba


AHIMA Convention 2014

AHIMA Convention 2014

Students, alumni, friends and faculty enjoy networking during the convention.
 

 


Germany Exchange - Summer 2014

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Germany Exchange Summer 2014

 

For previous news items go to the HIM Archives.