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Board of Directors 

AHIMA is the leading voice of health information (HI), and its board of directors plays a key role in guiding the vision, mission, and strategic direction of the organization. Their experience and deep understanding of HI helps AHIMA lean into the future and forecast where healthcare will move next.

The board of directors holds and exercises all corporate authority and fiduciary duties of AHIMA except as otherwise provided by law, AHIMA's Articles of Incorporation, or these AHIMA Bylaws.

Advocacy & Policy Council

The Advocacy and Policy Council advises our leadership and Board of Directors on critical areas for AHIMA’s strategic engagement in advocacy and public policy that align with our mission and vision.

Learn more about the APC council members.

Council for Excellence in Education (CEE)

Health information is complex, nuanced, and ever-changing. The Council for Excellence in Education (CEE) was created to enhance the health information profession, plan for its future through education, and provide HI professionals with a way to get involved in the process.

The CEE advises AHIMA on education and workforce matters and their collective expertise strengthens the organization’s vision, mission, and strategies set by the AHIMA Board of Directors. The CEE also guides various AHIMA workgroups and the Professional Certificate Approval Program.

Learn more about CEE and its Council members.

AHIMA Foundation

The AHIMA Foundation advances health information by supporting the people, research, and resources that elevate the HI profession.

Through grants, scholarships, apprenticeships, workforce development, and educational programs, the AHIMA Foundation prepares HI professionals for career opportunities and advancement within the HI industry.

The AHIMA Foundation, founded in 1962, is the 501(c)(3) charitable affiliate of the AHIMA Enterprise, dedicated to providing resources that support continuous innovation and advances in HI. Today, the AHIMA Foundation is the industry leader, recognized for excellence in health information, policy, education, and research.

Learn more about the Foundation.

International Advisory Council 

The role of the AHIMA International Strategic Advisory Council is to help AHIMA expand the reach of its international brand and elevate its position within the healthcare ecosystem. The council guides the international work of AHIMA by helping advance the mission and vision of the organization.

The council:

  • Shares knowledge and counsel on various business matters
  • Provides credibility through their names and reputations
  • Helps AHIMA maintain a focus on the future

CEO Advisory Council 

The CEO Advisory Council has the responsibility of advising AHIMA’s CEO. They also help advance the mission and vision of AHIMA by sharing knowledge and counsel on various business matters, providing credibility through their names and reputations, and by helping AHIMA maintain a focus on the future.

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Code of Ethics

AHIMA Bylaws, Amended October 2020

Articles of Incorporation

Diversity and Inclusion Statement

The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Enterprise is committed to embracing the diversity of our staff, members, volunteers, and other stakeholders, and supports the need for equity and inclusiveness in our organization, our profession, and in advocating for improved healthcare that is broadly accessible and equitable to all individuals.

AHIMA’s mission is Empowering People to Impact Health. To support this, AHIMA is committed to striving for equity for all patients and members. Equity for our patients means that everyone has access to healthcare without differences in access, treatments, or outcomes for certain populations. AHIMA is working across the healthcare landscape to educate, align, and advocate for purposeful and informed strategies that safeguard privacy, reduce cost, improve quality of care, and foster a patient-centered experience that is broadly accessible and equitable to the communities the health system serves.

At AHIMA a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace is one where all staff, members, volunteers, and other stakeholders feel valued and respected, whatever their gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion, military/veteran status, sexual orientation or identity, education, or disability or on any other basis included in applicable state or federal laws.

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