The promise of the newly formed nonprofit was detailed during Monday’s general session, with an overview of the challenges providers face in terms of health information exchange and the solution proposed by the CommonWell Health Alliance.
Also at Monday’s general session, AHIMA presented the family of AHIMA’s late President Kathleen Frawley, who died in June, with two awards to honor her service to AHIMA.
Switch the lens and look at the patient in a new light. That was the key message delivered by Kim Murphy-Abdouch, RHIA, MPH, FACHE, clinical assistant professor at Texas State University, in her Monday presentation “Patient Access to Personal Health Information: Regulation vs. Reality.”
Photo highlights from AHIMA’s 85th Annual Convention and Exhibit.
AHIMA’s CEO Lynne Thomas Gordon announced on Monday at the opening general session of the AHIMA Convention and Exhibit that the official membership number has now surpassed 71,000. That is a sizeable increase over the previous official number of 67,000.
The Tennessee, Florida, and Pennsylvania Health Information Management Associations took center stage at this year’s House of Delegates meeting as the top three finishers for this year’s AHIMA 2013 Core Service Achievement Award for Advocacy and Influence.