Video: AHIMA Hill Day 2012 Slideshow

Close to 200 AHIMA members participated in the 2012 AHIMA Capitol Hill Day, which took place in Washington D.C. in March.

The event officially kicked off on the morning of Tuesday, March 27 with a breakfast in the Rayburn House Office Building, where House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee chairman Mike Rogers (R, MI), spoke to the assembly.
He focused on the need for citizens to participate in government, noting that members of Congress are individuals much like any other citizen and the public should not be afraid to communicate with them.

Watch the video for a slideshow of images from the 2012 AHIMA Hill Day.

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  1. Almost any time I hear educators founcisg on TOOLS as they discuss learning it tells me that they’ve veered off the path of making sure students are being equipped with the knowledge they’ll need to perform.As someone who’s developed technical learning in many venues for a lot of years, I like to joke that we never talked about blackboard vs chalk learning or upgrading to pencil 2.0 learning. Only recently has the training profession become so myopic on exactly WHICH tool they’re using at the moment to impart information with, and that’s a bad thing.Your Venn Diagram puts it in the right perspective.

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