AHIMA-certified professionals offer a critical perspective on health information and the people connected to it. Their unique insights help organizations forecast where the industry moves next. This means hiring decisions are critical events.
Don’t miss out on emerging opportunities. Insist upon an AHIMA professional for your team.
Verify that your health information professionals' credentials are current. (Last name and credential number or AHIMA ID required)
Your organization can become approved to apply for AHIMA CEUs for educational programs
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Healthcare data breaches cost 65% more than data breaches in other industries.* It’s vital that inpatient and outpatient organizations maintain rigorous security protocols.
Hire an AHIMA-certified professional to protect your patients, your business, and yourself. We educate leaders in privacy and security, data analytics and CDI.
Employers can trust a resume that bears an AHIMA certification. The venerable National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) accredits our CCS®, CCS-P®, RHIT®, and RHIA® certification programs as being in compliance with national and international standards.
*The Ponemon Institute/IBM Security has published its 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report – A comprehensive analysis of data breaches reported in 2018
"Every facet of our operation is touched by our HIM professionals. They are critical to our success as they lead and direct regulatory affairs, privacy and compliance work, helping us streamline workflows, improve clinical quality and operational efficiency, and reduce our total cost of care."
Truman Medical Centers
"We see firsthand every day the importance of having quality health information to drive our choices, whether they are decisions about how to treat a patient or how to better serve our community."
King’s Daughters Medical Center
"When hiring new staff for the HIM Department, it is always preferable to hire an employee with credentials from AHIMA. It requires less training and we spend fewer hours reviewing their work to prove competency."
"I have noticed greater levels of competence with coders holding the AHIMA credentials."