0217 NL Chapter education day bundle


NL Chapter education day, presented by CHIMA, took place April 2023. This bundle includes all 4 of the recorded sessions to watch on demand.

A total of 4 CPE credits can be earned if you are a CHIMA professional member.



Session 1: 0204 Privacy and a person-centric approach to health information

Changing technology and increasing digitization provides threats and opportunities to personal health information. We need to maximize the utility of health information and that starts with the person.
Michael Harvey
Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner – NL

Session 2: 0205 Medical records integrity: An organizational approach

Having a complete medical record is every HIM’s goal – yet somehow this often seems unattainable. Are portions missing? Has everything been dictated or signed? Have antiquated terminologies been used? Who is responsible for ensuring the completeness and integrity of the medical record is preserved? The answer is far broader than most HIM professionals envision.
Trista Oram, CHIM, JCAT
Management Training Specialist
Eastern Health

Session 3: 0206 FONEMED: From humble beginnings to international success!

More than 25 years ago, Fonemed started with one physician practice and has grown to 3700 client groups servicing 40 million people across Canada, US and globally. FONEMED is now an internationally successful telehealth and virtual care company offering 24/7/365 remote nursing triage and advice, mental health advice, remote patient monitoring and a robust health management SaaS solution. FONEMED has contracts with government health agencies, physician practices, benefits and EAP providers, hospitals, universities, and health clinics.
Charlene Brophy, RN
President & CEO

Session 4: 0207 NL stroke scorecard

A provincial Stroke Scorecard is prepared annually, using data from the Discharge Abstract Database (DAD) and the National Rehabilitation System (NRS). This presentation will show how the data is compiled and used to inform program planning and improve stroke care in NL, along with data quality processes that ensure the data is optimal for clinical program use.
Lisa McKenzie, CHIM
Director, Health Information Standards and Quality