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Healthcare - and Health Information - is everywhere

AHIMA is the voice of health information wherever it is found.

While 95 percent of the world’s people live and seek healthcare services outside the US, only 10% of the world’s health information professionals live and work outside the US. AHIMA International is dedicated to providing the most relevant content, quality thought leadership, professional training, development, and certifications needed to increase the quantity and quality of Health Information Professionals around the world.


These are the top reasons that health information professionals decide to become AHIMA members:

Contact AHIMA International

For trainings and education, contact Melanie Endicott at

For events and programs, contact Kim Mancha at

For media and sales, contact Adeline Goffin at

For certification, contact

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