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2018 AHIMA Health Information Management Curricula Competencies

Each academic level is comprised of six common domains representing the areas of mastery important for all HIM students and practitioners regardless of academic degree.

Domain I. Data Structure, Content, and Information Governance 
Domain II. Information Protection: Access, Use, Disclosure, Privacy, and Security 
Domain III. Informatics, Analytics, and Data Use 
Domain IV. Revenue Cycle Management 
Domain V. Health Law & Compliance   
Domain VI. Organizational Management & Leadership 

At the associate degree level, programs can choose one or both specialty tracks which include Data Management and Revenue Management.

Competencies are broadly written to allow for program flexibility and attainment of the required Bloom’s levels regardless of academic program. The competencies represent progression across all academic levels.

The AHIMA-revised Bloom’s taxonomy table specifies the expected verb usage. In addition, Curriculum Guidance documents have been developed for each academic level to provide educators and professionals with suggested learning resources, examples, and other ideas for developing competency.

The Curriculum Guidance documents will be maintained separately, to provide greater flexibility to adapt content according to evolving program needs. This structure also allows programs to adjust their content based upon their program needs using the associated curriculum guidance. These resources and other tools are available on CourseShare.

Curricula Consultation

AHIMA offers curricula consulting to assist with developing new program curricula aligning with articulating programs or laddering your institutional programs. Contact us to learn more.

 

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