Ninety years ago, the founder of AHIMA, Grace Whiting Myers, was a catalyst for change. She began this association on the conviction that advancements in the collection and organization of health information (HI) will invariably help medical professionals improve public health.
Today, the responsible collection, protection, and analysis of HI allows practitioners to provide effective care, innovative economic engines to run, researchers to make life-saving discoveries, and empowers individuals to maintain good health.
Due to Myers’ prescient vision, the AHIMA annual award bears her name: The Grace Award. The Grace Award honors healthcare delivery organizations for their innovative and novel approaches to using health information to deliver high-quality care to patients and for their contributions to our shared mission to Empowering People to Impact Health.®
2023 applications are now closed
The American Health Information Management Association congratulates AmeriHealth Caritas as 2023 Grace Award recipient. This year’s winner has demonstrated a strong commitment to improving the patient care experience and population health, reducing capital costs, and a commitment to employee mentorship and volunteerism. They have truly exemplified what the Grace Award stands for and more,” said AHIMA President/Chair Jennifer Mueller, MBA, RHIA, SHIMSS, FACHE, FAHIMA. The Grace Award Committee noted that AmeriHealth Caritas continuously strives to provide innovative programs relying on HI to drive strategic partnerships around maternal health, food security, and mental health.
This year, AHIMA presented Amberwell Atchison with an honorable mention for its innovative focus on educating patients about their patient portal and high-quality, effective, and cost-efficient maternity care.
Recognize Your Organization’s Accomplishments
Nominations for the 2023 AHIMA Grace Award are now closed.