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Just Named AHIMA Fellow

May 5, 2010
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Beth Just, CEO and President of Just Associates, a Centennial, Colo.-based consulting firm specializing in patient data integrity solutions, has been accepted as a Fellow with the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA, Chicago).

The AHIMA Fellowship Program recognizes members who have made significant and sustained contributions to the health information management and health informatics professions.

Just, who currently serves on the AHIMA Board of Directors, has been an AHIMA member since 1978, and has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She founded Just Associates in 2002 to provide consultation services to healthcare organizations and vendors regarding patient identification software and HIM systems.

Prior to founding Just Associates, Just held numerous executive positions with healthcare organizations, including Presbyterian/St.Luke’s Medical Center, QuadraMed, Pyramid Health Group, New Era of Networks and Quality Visions, Inc.



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