International Federation of Health Information Management Associations (IFHIMA)
1968, Sweden, as International Federation of Medical Records Organizations. Subsequently changed title to International Federation of Health Records Organizations (IFHRO) – Fédération internationale des associations du dossier de santé – Federación Internacional de Organizaciones de Registros Sanitarios, 1976. Constitution amended Jan 1979, Apr 1980, Oct 1988, Sep 2000, Oct 2004, May 2007, Nov 2010 and May 2013. Present title adopted, 2010.
Promote development and use of health records in all countries; advance development and use of international health records standards; provide exchange of information on health record education requirements and training programmes; provide opportunities for communication among persons working in the field in all countries.
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