BMJ Health & Care Informatics
The College’s journal is the BMJ Health & Care Informatics, which is the official publication of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, with which ACHI has a partnership.
BMJ Health & Care Informatics publishes international, peer-reviewed, high-quality research and evaluation, reviews, protocols, letters, commentaries and communication articles.
The essential scope of the journal is how informatics supports improvements in direct health and care service provision, but also incorporates public health strategies and interventions, implementation of learning health systems and national policy issues.
A core purpose of the journal is to bring together the academic and practitioner communities, so we invite professionals in health and care informatics who are unfamiliar with the conventions and processes of academic publishing to contact the editorial office for guidance on writing for publication.
The current website for the journal is https://promotions.bmj.com/bmjhci/
e-Journal of Health Informatics (archived)
Founded by the College in March 2006, the e-Journal of Health Informatics is dedicated to the advancement of Health Informatics and information technology in healthcare. eJHI is an international Open Access journal committed to scholarly excellence and has a global readership in all health professions and at all levels.
Recently Published College Documents
The College regularly provides evidence-based input and comment on relevant government or NGO proposals and drafts. ACHI Fellows and Members have recently authored the following response documents:
Submission to 2019 review of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC) 20190507
Response to Request for Comment – On the Independent Review of Accreditation Systems within the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme for health professions
ACHI Position on Conflicts of Interest in Digital Health
ACHI Response to Request for Comment on the secondary use of My Health Record data framework proposal
Health Information Workforce Summit 2015 Report (HIMAA/ACHI/HISA – July 2016)
Joint ANZSCO Health Informatics Professional Categories (ACHI/HIMAA/HISA/ALIA – June 2016)
Joint Statement on Constitution and Governance of the Australian Council for eHealth (ACHI/HISA/HIMAA – Aug. 2015)
ACHI Comments on ‘Electronic Health Records and Healthcare Identifiers: Legislation Discussion Paper’ (June 2015)
ACHI Response to IMDRF ‘Software as a Medical Device (SaMD): Application of Quality Management System’ (May 2015)
ACHI Comments on ‘National Guidelines for On-Screen Display of Clinical Medicines Information’ (joint with AIHI/APSF – May 2015)
‘Patient Access to Pathology Results’ (Edwards G, Georgiou A, Legg M, full paper – 3 Nov. 2014)
ACHI Encourages Consumer Access to Pathology Results (Press Release – 30 Oct. 2014)
ACHI Welcomes the Release of the PCEHR Review (Press Release – 22 May 2014)
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