What does it mean to be invited to the table? For those working with health information, this can mean being asked to participate in planning committees, contribute to projects, or be consulted on matters that impact decision-making at all workplace levels. How is this best achieved? Listen to three senior health information leaders share their strategies and advice on overcoming challenges and barriers to being invited to decision-making tables and the value their contributions are making.
Kathleen Addison, CHIM
Senior Provincial Director
Alberta Health Services
Debi Senger, CHIM
Manager, Health Information Management
Women’s College Hospital
Mary Thorne, CAPM
Coordinator, Health Information Management Services & MyChart Project
Jennifer Warrington, MHSc, CHIM, CHE
Canadian Health Information Management Association
Canadian College of Health Information Management
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