Charmaine Shaw, MA, BA, CHIM, CIPP(C) & Corey Clarke, BHA, CHIM
Listen to the recording of the interactive discussion that was led by Charmaine Shaw on records management in Canada.
During the live event, participants were able to join the conversation by engaging in the topic and having their questions answered by the speaker.
Here you’ll gain unique insight into the Directors of Records of Ontario Teaching Hospitals (DROTH) and its purpose.
Charmaine Shaw began her health information management (HIM) career as a coder, followed by a supervisor/management role, then becoming the Director of Health Information/Patient Registration/Privacy, at McMaster Medical Centre, The Orthopaedic and Arthritic Hospital, The Credit Valley Hospital, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, and Women’s College Hospital. She spent ten years as an independent and sub-contract consultant in HIM, data quality, and privacy. She has completed projects for Humber River Regional Hospital, The Montreal Jewish General Hospital, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, The Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres, Women’s College Hospital, University Health Network, The Southwestern Ontario LHIN, the Hamilton/Niagara/Brant LHIN, and the Department of National Defence.
Corey Clarke holds a graduate certificate in accounting and a diploma in medical office administration. Corey studied health information management in Ottawa where he achieved his CHIM certification with the Canadian College of Health Information Management. Corey is a graduate of Toronto’s Ryerson University where he holds a degree in health administration.
Corey has held several leadership roles within the field of health information management having been the chair of Directors of Records of Ontario Teaching Hospitals (DROTH) and most recently representing CHIMA at OHISC (Ontario Informatics Standard Council). Corey is currently working towards his CIPP designation and is the manager of health records & enterprise data quality at North York General Hospital in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
1 CPE credit will be automatically applied upon completion of this course.
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If you have already submitted 1 CPE credit manually, and continue to complete this course, the duplicate credit will be deleted at the time of an audit with the Canadian College of Health Information Management.