Certified Health Informatics Systems Professional
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The Certified Health Informatics Systems Professional (CHISP) is a professional certification accrediting individuals in the health information technology (HIT) profession. The CHISP certification is offered by the American Society of Health Informatics Managers (ASHIM) for candidates who demonstrate skills in the following core competencies: clinical, communications, compliance/legal considerations, health informatics, information analysis, medical administrative operations, and technology. Its Industry Advisory Board is made up of 12 professionals who are experts in the healthcare and technology industry.
Members of the 2010 Advisory Panel
- Adam Michael Clark, Ph.D, Director of Research and Policy, Lance Armstrong Foundation
- David Bates, MD, Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
- Frederick H. (Rick) Blake, Principal and Chief Health Strategist, Strategic Health Resources
- James Walker, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer, Geisinger Health System
- Joel White, Executive Director, Health IT Now Coalition
- John Klimek, R.Ph., SVP of Industry IT, National Council for Prescription Drug Programs
- Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS, VP Information Services, Aurora Health Care
- Michael Miscoe JD, CPC, CASCC, CUC, CHCC President, Practice Masters, Inc.
- Michael Stearns, MD, CPC, CFPC, President, CEO, e-MDs
- Stephanie L. Jones, CPC, CEMC, SVP, American Society of Health Informatics Managers
- Shahid N. Shah, CEO, Netspective Communications
- Tip Ghosh, CEO, Bloomsbury Consulting.