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About AHIMA20

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.

Featured Sessions

You’ll learn best practices and innovative solutions from expert speakers from every level of the healthcare ecosystem. 

The Gravity Project: Consensus Methods to Develop SDOH Terminology and Standards

While the idea that risks such as inadequate food, homelessness, or lack of available transportation can affect a patient’s health and treatment options is not new, there is significant work being done to determine how to identify and utilize social determinants of health (SDOH) data.

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Protecting the Privacy of Health Information in a Global, Mobile, and Digital World

It’s 2020 and we are facing a global epidemic. What about the privacy of health information? Even in a crisis, health practitioners have a responsibility to protect privacy. Protecting privacy is a matter of trust between health professionals and the patient/consumer.

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What to Expect

Health information is human information. When you attend AHIMA20, you walk away filled with knowledge and resources, that empower you to ensure better healthcare for all.

Education

Browse educational opportunities at AHIMA20 and create your own agenda.

On-Demand Access

Watch all 100+ sessions with on-demand access for up to 60 days after the event. CEUs included!

Pitch Competition

Put yourself in front of the newest ideas and their innovators.

Exhibits & Sponsorship

Reach an engaging and dynamic community of healthcare professionals.

Know Your AHIMA20 Education Tracks

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Clinical Coding

Coding professionals have fielded curve ball after curve ball in 2020. AHIMA20’s Clinical Coding track will give coders everything they need to stay on top of 2021 code updates as well as improve their skills.

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AHIMA20 and HIP Week

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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.

Visit hipweek.org to read about the impact professionals have on the quality of patient care around the globe. 

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