Preparation for the future—of work, of healthcare, and of the HIM profession—was the common theme through several presentations at Tuesday’s General Session.
Few individuals know what they want to do with their professional lives when they are adolescents, but AHIMA’s President-Elect Ann Chenoweth, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA, heard the call of health information management (HIM) early on.
On Sunday, HIM leaders gathered at the Information Governance Leadership Forum in Baltimore, MD, to explore just what encompasses information governance, why organizations should invest in IG, and how successful organizations are getting started with IG.
Andrew Gettinger, MD, chief medical information officer at ONC, and Laila Ali, world champion boxer, addressed the General Session audience Monday at AHIMA’s Annual Convention and Exhibit.
One of the greatest mystery and horror writers of all time, Edgar Allan Poe, is buried just a few blocks from the Baltimore Convention Center. With Halloween looming, and to celebrate Baltimore’s most famous writer, below is an exercise in coding the injuries and deaths suffered in some of Poe’s most famous works.
IN the last year, AHIMA has been laying the groundwork to enhance its international presence. Among its goals is to build an international workforce that has the skills to transform healthcare. Several related events are spotlighted this week during convention.