American College of Health Data ManagementFollow
In 2021, after 30 years of serving the healthcare community, Health Data Management (HDM) was rebirthed and relaunched as an educational nonprofit intended to serve as a single source of reference, collaboration & truth for evidence-based healthcare technology news, data, and education nationwide (HealthDataManagement.com). And in 2023, HDM launched the American College of Health Data Management (ACHDM) to further support the long held mission of HDM.
HDM and ACHDM exist to create knowledge efficiency and clarity by providing evidence-based, solution-focused content on a single trusted platform intended to help healthcare stakeholders make informed decisions around operational and clinical initiatives.
Our platform delivers easy access to evidence-based information and solution-oriented educational resources. It is designed to serve as a network for sharing success principles and applied learning through a comprehensive user-generated library of content, expertise, and connections, more than any particular media brand could otherwise curate alone. We host community-created content with open access – to consume – among healthcare executives, care teams, and organizations aligned to achieve the Quintuple Aim goals for improved care delivery.
Trusted information is currently distributed through multiple disparate resources. Good content needs to be more cohesive instead of siloed and disorganized. HDM spans the chasm – innovating and succeeding with those seeking new strategies, processes, and technologies for improved healthcare.
HDM enables companies to connect, interact and engage around trusted content curated on a single platform from vetted sources. HDM collects and distributes essential industry content through its user community and strategic partnerships to educate healthcare executives, clinicians, and related care delivery teams. We put purpose behind the analysis of healthcare trends and the adoption of new technologies and strategies. HDM connects the dots of people, processes, and technology successes in the digital health transformation drive to improve patient care.