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If Data Could Talk, What Would It Say?

As health information professionals know, health data is much more than it appears. It tells the story of patients and caregivers, of challenges and triumphs.

Join us at the Baltimore Convention Center this October to connect with your community of health information professionals, engage in conversations about the future of healthcare, and learn about trending topics that will have everyone talking.

AHIMA23 is more than an event, it’s where health information comes to life.

Registration will open soon!

Impact Area: Information Sharing

AHIMA23 Conference is the only annual meeting designed specifically for health information professionals by health information professionals

This year, we are offering targeted educational sessions and activities tailored to important Impact Areas in health information. These sessions will help attendees stay ahead of the curve in their careers and return to work with the tools they need to navigate the future of healthcare. 

The Information Sharing Impact Area will include thoughtfully selected educational sessions on pressing issues, including:

  • Protecting patient data
  • Individual right of access
  • Interoperability, information blocking, and the changing regulatory environment
  • Patient matching and identification
  • Price transparency
  • Minimizing risk


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Related Content from AHIMA

AHIMA Responds Solutions for Challenges in Telehealth Privacy and Security

Protecting patient privacy and security should be at the top of healthcare providers’ priorities in the telehealth environment. Not only does this keep organizations in compliance with state and federal regulations but ensuring privacy builds trust between providers and patients. This Journal of AHIMA article breaks down challenges and impacts on telehealth security and privacy by looking at environmental factors, technology factors, and operational factors.

Read the AHIMA Policy Statement on Patient Identification

Patient identification is imperative to enhancing patient safety, while also improving interoperability and the appropriate use of workforce resources. AHIMA believes that public policy must:

  • Adopt a nationwide patient identification strategy
  • Address factors beyond technology
  • Prioritize privacy
  • Embrace the role of health information professionals

Explore Additional AHIMA23 Impact Areas

  • Thoughtfully selected educational sessions delivered by industry leaders
  • Best practice learnings that attendees can implement immediately at their own organizations
  • Myriad networking workshops and events

Data Utilization

Sessions in this Impact Area will address topics such as:

  • The impact of the increasing volume and sources of data in healthcare
  • Ensuring the integrity and quality of data
  • Using data to ensure effective, equitable care
  • Data literacy

View the Data Utilization page for details.

Workforce Strategies

Sessions in this Impact Area will address topics such as:

  • Preparing the healthcare workforce for new challenges
  • Engaging and re-engaging staff for optimal performance
  • Retention and recruitment
  • Building skills for the future of healthcare

View the Workforce Strategies page for details.

Operational Outcomes

Sessions in this Impact Area will address topics such as:

  • Improving clinical, quality, and safety outcomes
  • Leveraging technology to improve financial results
  • Improving operational efficiencies and productivity (artificial intelligence, revenue cycle optimization, etc.)
  • Telehealth strategies

View the Operational Outcomes page for details.

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Stay in the know on sessions, activities, speakers, and more.