Dover, Kayce
December 2013
For the Record;Dec2013, Vol. 25 Issue 16, p26
The article offers tips on the ways health information management (HIM) professional can write their résumé. It mentions that HIM professionals should consider the things that they look for a job and the job specific parameters, which may include the size of the data and information to be managed. It adds that HIM graduates should highlight their education and credentials, their volunteer work, and projects accomplished in their résumé.


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