About American Health Information Management Association
The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is the premier association of health information management (HIM) professionals. AHIMA's more than 53,000 members are dedicated to the effective management of personal health information required to deliver quality healthcare to the public. Founded in 1928 to improve the quality of medical records, AHIMA is committed to advancing the HIM profession in an increasingly electronic and global environment through leadership in advocacy, education, certification, and lifelong learning.
Read AHIMA's mission, bylaws, history, and details on our commitment to diversity. Read our position statements here. Contact AHIMA here. Read about AHIMA's Code of Ethics and ethics-related policies and procedures here.
Reach AHIMA members through our Advertising, Corporate Affiliate program, HIM Marketplace, Exhibitor Directory, Corporate Partnerships, and Sponsorships. Exhibit at our Annual Convention and Career Fair. Post opportunities in our online Career Assist. Learn about writing opportunities with the Journal of AHIMA and the Perspectives in Health Information Management. AHIMA offers a Prior Approval Program to providers of continuing education.
As a member, you already belong to one of 52 component state associations (CSA). The CSAs support the profession on a local basis.
Learn about employment opportunities and employee benefits at AHIMA and submit your resume here.
Learn about upcoming AHIMA Events.
Learn why more than 53,000 professionals and students have joined AHIMA: Apply for Membership, Member Benefits, Membership Types, Membership Dues, and Value of Membership. Already a member? Learn how to renew your membership online.
Information for members of the press and details on our speakers bureau.
Find our Board of Directors, committees and task forces, and component state associations. Or, visit the Action Community for e-HIM Excellence (ACE), a volunteer opportunity for experts interested in transforming HIM. Learn how you can volunteer here.
How to access and understand your health records, protect your privacy, and keep your own health record.
Get the latest information on legislative and regulatory issues. Find AHIMA position statements, Policy and Government Relations links, and the Advocacy Assistant.