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What does a Health Information Professional do?

Health Information Professionals care for patients by caring for their medical data. They ensure that all of a patient’s health information is complete, accurate, and protected. They ensure the information is readily available for healthcare providers when needed. Health Information Management is the practice of acquiring, analyzing, and protecting digital and traditional medical information that is vital to providing quality patient care.


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