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For questions and feedback in reference to Career Assist, job posting, and resume assistance, please call (860)-437-5700, or email clientserv@yourmembership.com.

 

For details on AHIMA membership options including benefits, cost, and eligibility, visit the Membership Types and Benefits page.

AHIMA dues are not refundable and membership is not transferable.

If you are no longer working, and not planning to maintain your credential, please contact our Customer Relations team by email info@ahima.org or by phone at (800) 335-5535 to discuss your options.

AHIMA members share a common interest in the AHIMA purpose and are willing to abide by the Code of Ethics.

Also, for your reference, the following are the governing policies surrounding our Membership programs:

  • If a customer doesn’t pay membership dues for both years of their two-year recertification cycle, they are required to pay the non-member recertification fee. This also applies to any individuals whose membership expired prior to September 30th.
  • All AHIMA dues are not refundable and membership is not transferable.

Discounts are available on membership dues for 10+ staff.

Organizations can purchase membership and recertification in one expedited order.

For more information, contact:

James Bell 
National Account Director, Client Programs
Phone: (312) 233-1967
Email: james.bell@ahima.org

If you have 10 or more health information students interested in joining AHIMA, please contact our Sales Team at studentbulk@ahima.org.

  1. Select your membership type.
  2. Log in to your MyAHIMA account.
  3. In the Membership section, select Join Now.
  4. You’ll be directed to the AHIMA Store/Membership Center where you can select a membership and complete your application to become a member.

Membership status is available online 24 hours/7 days a week. Log in to your MyAHIMA account to view your current membership status.

The Journal is published digitally on the first weekday of every month at journal.ahima.org. In addition, new content is published weekly between issues.

The May 2020 issue was the Journal’s last print edition. Find out more about the Journal’s digital transformation.

 

 

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