The decades from the 1920s to the 1950s saw AHIMA and its members finding their footing in a newly expanding profession, as members organized and collaborated on the national, state, and regional level—working together to both define and strengthen the role medical record librarians played in healthcare.
There are substantial—and growing—costs to inaccurate patient matching. Learn how a groundbreaking solution can improve match rates, thereby improving healthcare data exchange.
At the heart of our healthcare system, inaccurate data drives inefficiency, errors, avoidable administrative strain, and increased costs. How are HIM professionals using informatics to improve the care provided to patients?
Coding experts summarize the coding recommendations presented in the latest American Hospital Association’s Coding Clinic guides.
A coding consultant shares best practices from a recent coding centralization project completed at Kaiser Permanente.
Parsing the Language of Continuous HIM Education: CCHIIM, Credentials, Certificates, and Certifications
CCHIIM plays a key role in ensuring that today’s HIM professionals have the needed skills and competencies to navigate the healthcare landscape currently shifting under their feet. If an HIM professional wants to maximize their skills and knowledge—which AHIMA’s HIM Reimagined initiative strongly urges—AHIMA offers multiple ways to do that through certificates and certification programs.