Health information professionals set the standard for defining, managing, and integrating data and documentation. We can also set the standard for how we treat one another. New this year, AHIMA offers leadership courses for its members.
Training and Resources
AHIMA’s been listening closely to our members and have heard the requests for training opportunities that go beyond coding and CDI skill-sets. That’s why we’ve partnered with the leader in management training, the Ken Blanchard Group, to offer a series of courses and live training.
Online Course | 2 CEUs
Ken Blanchard: Self Leadership Program
We know how important it is to the success of your organization that every person be empowered and committed to achieving results. Our Self Leadership training program is designed by experts in employee motivation and engagement to ensure your team members develop the self-starting mindset they need to move the organization forward.
1 live webinar | 3 virtual sessions | 120 min each | 2 CEUs each
Management Essentials/First-Time Manager
This training program, developed by Ken Blanchard, provides managers the fundamental training they need and deserve. Managers who receive the necessary tools and training are put in a position to become leaders who create engaged, productive teams that give the organization superior results.
Hardcover | Second Edition
Management for the Health Information Professional
Management for the Health Information Professional provides instruction in management principles from a health information management (HIM) viewpoint, which presents a foundation and path for sound practice for HIM students and professionals in today’s healthcare environment.
December 15, 2020
Rethinking Leadership and Collaboration in an Age of Global Crisis
The way roles interact is as important as the actions and attributes of the roles themselves. If we get the roles—and the places where they intersect—right, we can build a…
September 8, 2020
Three Critical Questions for Keeping HIM Onsite During COVID-19
We blinked and everything changed. No warning signs. No ability to prepare. In a matter of days, COVID-19 forced health information management professionals to innovate and evolve.
September 8, 2020
Using Change Management Strategies to Adapt to an Ongoing Remote Workforce
In this unprecedented time, healthcare organizations are tasked with maintaining normal organizational operations and delivering high-quality care and services, while also ensuring patient and employee safety.