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What does HIP stand for?
HIP stands for Health Information Professional
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 318 other meanings of HIP in our Acronym Attic
- Hardware Interface Processor
- Hardware Interface Program
- Harlem Irving Plaza
- Harvard Institute of Proteomics
- Hazard Identification Process
- Hazard Insurance Premium
- Health Improvement Program (various organizations)
- Health in Practice (various locations)
- Health in Pregnancy (UK)
- Health Information Place
- Health Insurance Plan
- Healthcare Incentive Plan
- Healthy Indiana Plan
- Hearing Impaired Person
- Help for Incontinent People (now NAFC: National Association For Continence)
- Helsinki Institute of Physics (Helsinki, FI)
- High Injection Pressure
- High Intensity Pilates (exercise)
- High Intensity Proton
- High-Impedance Probe
Samples in periodicals archive:
Health information professional issues While coding is an important aspect of our professional knowledgebase, our most strategic contribution to the health reform agenda will be in assisting health services to leverage data and information for decision making and self-improvement.
In addition, you can use the site to e-mail an enquiry to NHS 24's qualified health information professionals, who will reply on average within 48 hours.
Valerius, RHIA Health Information Professional Certifications In health information, key information management personnel are credentialed health information managers with a certification as either a registered health information administrator (RHIA) or a registered health information technician (RHIT).
Michele Spatz tells health information professionals how to formulate strategies for successful partnerships with community agencies such as parks and recreation agencies, social service agencies, and public health departments.
Ideas conveyed in the chapter entitled "The Protection of Individuals by Protecting Medical Data in EHRs " underscore the importance of a code of ethics for all health information professionals regarding the design, development, and maintenance of EHRs and that such a code has application in the US as well as Europe.