The CEE was created to enhance the health information management (HIM) profession, plan for its future through education, and provide HIM professionals with a way to get involved in the process.
The CEE is the leading force in education strategy for health information professions, guiding the academic community and industry stakeholders through innovations in academic programs, curricula, and resources.
Ensure education is positioned as the cornerstone of health information professions through communication, collaboration, innovation, and research.
Susan H. Fenton, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA
Neisa R. Jenkins, EdD, RHIA
Michelle Millen, MSCPM, RHIT
Sandra Brightwell, M.ED., RHIA
Dilhari DeAlmeida, PhD, RHIA
Vanessa Duplechain, MSA, RHIA, CHPS, FAHIMA
Susie T. Harris, PhD, MBA, RHIA, CCS
David T. Marc, PhD, CHDA
Kelly L. Miller, MA, RHIA, CPHIMS
Keith L. Olenik, MA, RHIA, CHP
Marcia Sharp, EdD, RHIA
Bonnie J. Wilkins, MS, RHIA
The CEE furthers its purpose and vision through the council and workgroups.
Volunteer opportunities are available in all workgroups.
Join us and:
Maintains state-of-the-art model curricula at all educational levels. Decisions are informed by the CEE, key external alliances, industry experts, academic and workforce stakeholders.
Plans and executes educational programming for the Academic community - principally the Faculty Development Institute and Assembly on Education symposium (AOE/FDI). Creates a spectrum of faculty development resources, including the development of webinars and face-to-face programs offered to new and continuing educators.
Focuses on the academic needs of graduate level students and educators.
Examines the existing HIM workforce and determines workforce needs. Works collaboratively with AHIMA CSA and HoD members to increase HIM Awareness. Develops and shares professional practice experience that meet education programming and CAHIIM standards. Maintains the comprehensive PPE guide for students, programs, and affiliation sites that outline the process for HIM students to have meaningful exposure to the HIM practice environment.