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As the volume, variety, and velocity of data continue to reach unprecedented levels, healthcare professionals and their organizations must be able to uncover hidden patterns, correlations that can be used to make better decisions. We believe that helping our members increase their competency in this domain is critical.


Training and Resources

The Certified Health Data Analyst (CHDA®) designation proves expertise in data analysis and interpretation. AHIMA has assembled a mix of resources for those who are interested in advancing their analytical abilities to ultimately achieve the CHDA credential.


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December 7, 2020

The Future of Interoperability

Most would agree that the aspirational goal─the ideal─for healthcare is an open and secure ecosystem where individual patients can access their data effortlessly through smart apps, and clinicians can access…

Read full article at Journal of AHIMA

October 5, 2020

Three Ways Analytics-Fueled Interoperability Is Crucial During COVID-19 and Beyond

Lack of data interoperability in healthcare, with clinical and financial data residing across different systems, has caused extensive challenges for many years. It has also severely hampered the industry’s ability…

Read full article at Journal of AHIMA

October 5, 2020

In the Post-COVID-19 World, Bidirectional Data Exchange Will Be More Important Than Ever

Driven by the pandemic, implementation of remote care technologies has accelerated to an astonishing degree, and there is an increasing number of health systems that are shifting care delivery to…

Read full article at Journal of AHIMA

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