Health Information Technology in the News
Six Baker College Online Health Information Technology (HIT) students have received a Michigan Health Information Management Association (MHIMA) Foundation Student Scholarship Award for Health Information Technology and Administration Program for 2022. Each student will receive $800 in scholarship dollars.
Awarded students include HIT Seniors Tonya Green and Katheryn Morang, and first-year HIT students Laura Alam, Tasia Ketchum, Andrea Kielbasa, and Na’Chiya Wright.
In making the decision, the award committee reviewed scholastic achievement, participation in promoting health information, contributions to the profession, other honors, awards and recognition, and a program director recommendation regarding potential for professional leadership.
“I am very proud that Baker College HIT Online program students have been recognized by MHIMA,” said Amy Robbins, MHSA, RHIA, Program Director for Online Health Information Technology at Baker College. “Every student excelled in each of these areas.”
MHIMA plans to acknowledge this year’s winners on social media, a future issue of the newsletter “FOCUS” and during the annual MHIMA meeting in May.
For more information about Baker College’s online two-year Health Information Technology program, visit their website.