Recognizing Our Impact
Positioned at the intersection of healthcare, technology, and business, professionals in the health information space possess a uniquely comprehensive view of a resource critical to meaningful health innovation. In medical coding, clinical documentation integrity, data analytics, management, privacy, security, and beyond, we empower our partners in healthcare to provide high-quality, lifesaving care.
Join Us in Recognizing the Impact of Health Information Professionals
HIP Week 2022 is the perfect time to acknowledge individuals or teams who have responded with grace and achieved triumphs amidst the tumultuous changes and unprecedented challenges facing health information professionals during the pandemic.
- Honors healthcare delivery organizations that demonstrate industry-leading approaches to health information
- A national award designed to recognize those special individuals who have made a difference in the health information (HI) profession.
- Honors active members of AHIMA with a minimum of 10 years of service in health information and healthcare
Nominations for these opportunities open soon. Follow us on social media for announcements and up-to-date news.
We see firsthand every day the importance of having quality health information to drive our choices, whether they are decisions about how to treat a patient or how to better serve our community. Our HIM department plays a critical role in our organization.
We are pleased to receive this prestigious Grace Award, which recognizes our excellent, innovative health information management team. This award celebrates our dedicated employees who work to bring best practices in health information management to Children’s so that we can continue to deliver the right care, at the right time, in the right place as efficiently as possible.
Every facet of our operation is touched by our HIM professionals. They are critical to our success as they lead and direct regulatory affairs, privacy and compliance work, helping us streamline workflows, improve clinical quality and operational efficiency, and reduce our total cost of care.