Save the Date for AHIMA21 Virtual Conference
September 20–22, 2021
After hosting a successful virtual meeting in 2020, we are pleased to share that AHIMA21 will be fully virtual and taking place Monday, September 20, through Wednesday, September 22, 2021.
The benefits of a virtual meeting are numerous, as health information professionals like you can attend dynamic education sessions and earn CEUs from the comfort and safety of your own home. In addition, members who wouldn’t be able to travel for employment or family reasons are able to participate.
Of course, we miss seeing you in person and hope to gather again soon. As the pandemic remains in an uncertain state, however, we feel holding AHIMA21 as a virtual meeting is best for the health and safety of everyone involved.
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Health information professionals and leaders like you, gather to engage, learn, and share knowledge and strategies for positive change for today and the future of health data and information.
AHIMA20 Opens New Horizons For A First-Time Attendee
Among the many health information management (HIM) professionals who will attend the AHIMA20 Virtual Conference is Austin Davert, a 22-year-old Davenport University senior from Bay City, MI.
The fact that AHIMA20 became a completely virtual event this year was welcome news to Davert, who was born with osteogenesis imperfect III and hasn’t been able to travel to any previous AHIMA conferences due to the expense and his disability.
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Health information is human information. When you purchase the AHIMA20 On-Demand sessions, you walk away filled with knowledge and resources, that empower you to ensure better healthcare for all.
A Special Thank You to AHIMA20 Exhibitors!
You’ll learn best practices and innovative solutions from expert speakers from every level of the healthcare ecosystem.
The Journey to Data Awareness, Quality, and Integrity
Hear presenters discuss how data governance, within the oversight of information governance, is needed to address challenges and opportunities and examine how one hospital determined its current state in order to map out its future state.
Teaching CDI Through Interoperable Clinical Pathways Standards and Modeling Tools
Using a learning resource application, presenters at this session will demonstrate how repeatable CDI activities could be streamlined to enable the development and storage of CDI artifacts: knowledge base (clinical guidelines, operational policies, etc.); clinical pathways; and data templates.
AHIMA20 and HIP Week
We are excited to announce Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week has officially been rescheduled to coincide with the AHIMA20 Conference! Celebrate with your peers the importance and advancement of our profession October 11-17, and check out special ways to celebrate during the AHIMA20 Virtual Conference!