Our email newsletter designed for educators is distributed bi-monthly and includes critical updates, academic resources, curricula implementation resources, classroom tools, and tips, event information, and updates from the Council for Excellence in Education (CEE).
We recognize and support students with merit scholarships. Eligible students include currently enrolled undergraduates in health information management (HIM) and health information technology (HIT), and professionals pursuing master's or doctoral degrees in areas related to health information.
AOE is AHIMA's annual conference for educators with faculty development and networking opportunities. Our growth opportunities live on with continuous engagement that moves us forward. Keep uncovering best practices and sharing insights throughout the year with fellow educators in our private, online academic community.
This exclusive online repository of academic resources for health information program features lectures, presentations, sources and links, videos, assignments, case studies, rubrics, and answer sheets for use in your instructional delivery. Additional resources include faculty development and curriculum tools to support professional growth, exceptional instruction, and program quality.
Get relevant insight from AHIMA’s official online library. As a thought leader in health information, we publish articles, toolkits and white papers that you can share with your students.
Health information is complex, but our ability to translate critical regulatory updates keeps us engaged in what matters most, our patients. A custom weekly newsfeed entitled "MediRegs Weekly Regulatory Highlights" provides insights on federal guidelines and aggregates the most widely used content on MediRegs.
PHIM is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal that links practice, education, and research to improve health information management processes and outcomes. As a trusted resource referred to by professors, professionals, public officials, industry leaders, and policymakers, PHIM advances health information management practice.
Health information is critical to healthcare evolution. Join the conversation as we explore leading trends in the industry. Subscription to AHIMA’s online Journal is included with membership.
Our Mentor Match program is currently under construction and expected to relaunch later this year. Until then, we encourage you to connect with fellow HI professionals through Access, our digital community platform. If you have any additional questions, email email@example.com.
We guide the health information profession with academic curricula that outline key domain areas for mastery. The AHIMA Council for Excellence in Education (CEE) establishes curricula for HIM programs at the associate, baccalaureate, and graduate level.
Empower desired student outcomes with leading knowledge from AHIMA Press books and ebooks. Access instructor materials and request book review copies to plan your courses.
AHIMA VLab™ gives you online access to realistic patient cases and hands-on experience with the leading technology used in today's healthcare environments. Virtual practice with a robust suite of real-world software applications and lab activities is how we lean into career readiness.
Join our private academic community for educators who use AHIMA VLab™. You'll find the latest information about applications and activities, user guides, and FAQs. Eligible faculty members from subscribing AHIMA VLab™ schools may request access.
When you choose AHIMA VLab™, we support you with training so you can confidently deliver educational content that moves your students forward. Our complimentary, online basic training includes the on-demand, AHIMA VLab™ Training Video, and live basic training sessions. We also offer in-person, advanced training for a fee.
AHIMA is committed to supporting our education community. Our annual Assembly on Education Symposium (AOE) is where our health information educator community comes together. We network, experience innovative education resources, and activate leading approaches in education.
April 1, 2021
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