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Curriculum Map is the term commonly used for the document titled: The AHIMA Curriculum Competencies and Knowledge Clusters Each academic level of health information management instruction is guided by a national model curriculum, the AHIMA Curriculum Competencies and Knowledge Clusters document for that academic level. These maps are evaluated for completeness and timeliness by the AHIMA Council for Excellence in Education (CEE). All AHIMA approved coding certificate programs, and all CAHIIM accredited degree programs must comply with the curriculum map for that academic level when determining what content should go into a field of study. Non-approved and non-accredited programs are encouraged to use the curriculum map as a reference source when designing new programs.
Select the map that reflects your program’s academic level:
Then use the map as reference, making notes in the right column about where this content is found in your coursework. All maps reflect curriculum content, however, there are two components to the associate and baccalaureate curriculum maps:
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