Posted at May 25, 2016
17 March 2016 – Ascott Hotel Bonifacio Global City, Taguig – HealthInformatics, Inc., developer of the MedX eLearning platform, joins the Healthcare Information Management Association of the Philippines (HIMAP) in the HIMAP 1st Quarter of 2016 General Membership Meeting (GMM). Aligned with the vision of Advancing Global Health through Cloud Computing, HealthInformatics, Inc. (Hii) joins the country’s most advanced and innovative Healthcare Information Technology companies.
As a HIMAP member, HealthInformatics, Inc. shares the vision of bringing together the Philippines’ most distinguished and active players in the healthcare information management industry. HIMAP serves the needs of the HIM service organizations, HIM Education and training centers and vendors as it promotes the Philippines as the destination of choice for quality Healthcare Information Management services. HIMAP is a non-stock, non-profit industry organization, recognized by the government and BPO industry.
One of the highlights of the event is the discussion on Preparing the Future Workforce for the Global Health Informatics Demands by HealthInformatics, Inc. President and CEO, Kristian Sumabat, RN, CPHIMS. Kit presented MedX, an eLearning platform, which aims to innovate the method of instruction and employee training through the use of online andblended learning.
MedX, aside from offering advanced technology and tools for elearning, also offers the expertise of building engaging and compelling instructional design for learning through rich content, multimedia and video, and online quizzes and assessment tools. The use of MedX significantly reduces training and implementation costs while increasing employee productivity and retention. Through MedX, hospitals, schools, professional organizations and even companies can administer online courses more efficiently, reaching more students, professionals and members anytime and anywhere.
HIMAP recognizes the benefit of having HealthInformatics, Inc. (Hii) as a member of their organization, to become more aware on global and local health informatics efforts and opportunities to improve healthcare information management services.