Ramblings: I passed the CPHIMS exam

I posted an entry sharing on the CPHIMS exam (administer by HIMSS) that I took recently in Singapore (first time its offered in Singapore).

The results just came in the mail, I got 82 out of 100, not bad given that there were a few questions that I couldn’t answer due to the lack of understanding on the US healthcare system  and about 4-5 that I left it as blank as I didn’t have the time to do the math part of it.

Nevertheless, according to the score report, I am now ‘recognized by HIMSS as a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems and may use the CPHIMS credential immediately.’ That’s kind of cool 🙂

So there you have it, I am a ‘CPHIMS’.

Till the next certification trophy~

P.S. Anyone interested in getting the Preparing for Success in Healthcare Information and Management Systems:
The CPHIMS Review CD ROM
(priced originally at USD $325) I’m letting go of my copy.

About Adam Chee

Health Informatician
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3 Responses to Ramblings: I passed the CPHIMS exam

  1. SJ says:

    Congrats! Any advice on preparation tips? I’d appreciate any information you’d be willing to share.
    Thanks!

  2. Adam Chee says:

    Hi SJ,

    Do visit http://www.ClubPACS.com
    There is a thread dedicated to CPHIMS, feel free to post your queries there 🙂

    Regards
    Adam

  3. lp says:

    Hi Adam, I am actively considering to pursue the certification. Do you happen to have your review CD-ROM still or any other material you would want to give away, then please let me know as I am in need of it. thanks!

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