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Curriculum model for baccalaureate degrees programs in HIM, Part II: Focus on educational outcomes and curriculum content

Curriculum model for baccalaureate degrees programs in HIM, Part II: Focus on educational outcomes and curriculum content

Journal of Ahima 68(5): 54 56-9

This the second in a series of three articles discussing curriculum models for associate and baccalaureate degree programs in health information management (HIM). Part I discussed the development of the models and presented a composite summary of selected key sections within the models. Part II focuses on the educational outcomes, curriculum content, and clinical experience expectations for the baccalaureate degree curriculum model. Part III will do the same for the associate degree curriculum model.

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