groupLee Hanlon-Morris and Sharon Campbell

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There is awareness that health information is of major importance for healthcare organisations and that data is a major asset particularly in relation to accreditation of health services (Briggs 2008). Health Information Managers (HIMs) have traditionally been involved with providing health information to support accreditation processes including, provision of documentation, evidence of quality improvement through data audits and maintenance of patient information.


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