Nanette Sayles

Nanette B. Sayles

Associate Professor, HIM at East Central College

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1964 Prairie Dell Rd, Union, Missouri, United States
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Program Director, HIM and HIT and Associate Professor - Macon State College


Ed.D.University of Alabama at Birmingham Health Information Management Program

MPAUniversity of Georgia

bachelor degree - medical record administration , University of Alabama at Birmingham

doctorate - Adult Education , University of Georgia

masters of science - health information management , University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Nanette B. Sayles, Ed.D., RHIA, CCS, CHPS, CPHIMS, FAHIMA, is a 1985 graduate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health Information Management Program (formerly Medical Record Administration Program).
She went on to earn master of science in health information management and master of public administration degrees from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, as well as a doctorate in adult education from the University of Georgia. An associate professor in the Health Information Management Program at East Central College in Union, Missouri, Sayles previously served as program director and assistant professor for the Health Information Management and Technology Programs at Macon State College in Macon, Georgia. She has extensive HIM experience in hospitals, consulting, system development and implementation, and education and is the recipient of the 2005 AHIMA Triumph Educator award.

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Nanette Sayles, RHIA and Director of Macon State's Health Information Administration program, explains that the Bachelor's degree prepares students for a "wider range of jobs and higher earning potential.
Graduates from Macon State have an excellent job placement rate, primarily finding jobs in "hospitals and hospice" settings. Sayles explains this is partially due to the three internships students must complete, "one in a traditional HIM department, one in a non-traditional hospital setting, and one that lasts four weeks in a management position. When asked about the job market, Sayles said "They need to double the number of Health Informatics professionals. She added that, for those with Bachelor's degrees, "The sky's the limit.

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