Research Guides

Health Informatics

Although an unorganized and unregulated resource, the Internet does contain valuable information. Here are some recommended sites.

Advance for Health Information Professionals 
(Students may subscribe to this free magazine or get an online edition.)

AHIMA  (American Health Information Management Association) 

AMIA  (American Medical Informatics Association)  

Electronic Privacy Information Center  (EPIC)  

HIPAA Medical Privacy (US Dept. of Health  & Human Services)  

Health Informatics World Wide - United States Links
(There are articles, podcasts, and other resources on these websites.)

Healthcare Informatics Online 

Journal of AHIMA  (American Health Information Management Association)  

Journal of AMIA  (Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association)      

Journal of Medical Internet Research 

Nursing Informatics 

Oklahoma Health Informatics Management Association 

Online Journal of Nursing Informatics 

JOURNALS (Located at the south end of the library)



JOURNAL OF AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association) (1998-2002)

Online Library Catalog

The Online Library Catalog is an index to the library's books and audiovisual materials. You may search the catalog from any computer with Internet access. The online library catalog may be searched in a variety of ways most notably by TITLE, AUTHOR, SUBJECT, and KEYWORD.

Online Databases

Before entering the RSC Online Databases from off-campus, you will need to activate your campus username and password. Stop by the Reference Desk in the Library, and we will assist you in getting on the network. After completing this process on campus, you will be able to utilize any of the databases from wherever you have Internet access. More complete instructions may be found at Online Databases Login Instructions

EBSCOhost will be the best database for Health Informatics.

Online Databases