Call for Elected Leadership Nominations
We are seeking qualified candidates who are passionate about driving the profession forward and making a real impact on the future of Health Information. Descriptions, duties, and qualifications for each of these elected positions are available on this page. All terms begin on January 1, 2024. Applications are due March 31, 2023.
Watch this short video from Valerie J.M. Watzlaf, PhD, MPH, RHIA, FAHIMA, Chair of the 2023 Nominating Committee to learn more.
We encourage volunteerism at all levels. The life cycle of a volunteer often starts with small tasks and virtual participation and leads to serving on committees and in leadership positions.
Becoming involved in your professional association offers benefits for both members and their profession. The accomplishments of AHIMA volunteers are recognized throughout the year, including articles in newsletters, through Access, and with a volunteer reception and ribbon at AHIMA’s annual conference.
AHIMA volunteer opportunities allow members to:
Not sure how you want to get involved? Read on for more information about how to research available positions and perform a self-assessment to find the opportunity that best meets your experience level, interests, and time commitment.
AHIMA offers diverse opportunities for volunteers with various skills, expertise, interests, and availability.
AHIMA elected positions are positions for which members apply, are vetted by the Nominating Committee, selected for the ballot, and then voted on by the Professional members. Each position has a term of office, usually three years.
AHIMA appointed positions are ones in which members apply, are vetted and selected to serve based on their expertise. The time commitment is variable based on the position.
Click the links below to view more information about volunteer opportunities by level of time commitment.
For additional leadership resources offered by AHIMA, visit the AHIMA Store.
AHIMA thanks members interested in becoming more involved with AHIMA. To allow as many interested volunteers to serve as possible, members are limited to serve in one AHIMA volunteer position at a time; however, they may apply for as many positions as they like.