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Health information professionals play a pivotal role in ensuring that our patients’ health information is protected against potential bad actors. In this AHIMA21 Blog Post, Jennifer Mueller, MBA, RHIA, FACHE, FAHIMA, discusses how health information professionals—and AHIMA—play a pivotal role in cybersecurity.
In the interview, Dr. Kraft previews his keynote session and explores exciting technology trends in consumer wearables, artificial intelligence, health literacy, and how information technology has helped and hindered the COVID-19 pandemic response.
How do healthcare organizations inspire employees to get off the sidelines and get into the game? In this AHIMA21 Blog post, speaker Jill Christensen discusses employee engagement in the healthcare industry.
AHIMA’s award-winning annual conference will draw attendees from across the globe this year thanks to a diverse, timely, and information-packed schedule of education sessions, networking opportunities, inspiring keynote speakers, and exhibits. So, who are you likely to run into at AHIMA21?
The AHIMA21 Virtual Conference will focus on a number of existing and emerging health information topics with dozens of education sessions and special events featuring top thought leaders from across the industry.
From our award-winning virtual experience to the learning opportunities that last far beyond the last day of the event, read on to hear our top nine reasons to attend the AHIMA21 Virtual Conference.
AHIMA's first-ever virtual annual conference, “combined great keynotes and educational breakouts with a solid virtual conference technology to offer attendees a low glitch experience,” said the judges. We’re excited to build on last year’s successes at AHIMA21 in September.
Moderator and Closing Keynote Speaker, September 22
Speaker, author, television host, and philanthropist Simon T. Bailey believes you are meant to share your brilliance. He understands the pressure that leaders and high performers are facing in the midst of uncertainty and equips them with strategies to accelerate results.
Opening Session Keynote Speaker, September 20
David Pogue is a former columnist for the New York Times and Scientific American, and a five-time Emmy winner for his stories on CBS Sunday Morning. Pogue provides invaluable insights on how technology impacts us.
Mainstage Speaker, September 21
Physician-scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, and innovator Daniel Kraft, MD, will speak about “The Future of Health and Medicine: Where can technology take us?”
Plenary Session Speaker, September 21
A practicing emergency physician, researcher, and national advocate for innovative approaches to public health, Megan L. Ranney, MD, will speak about "Using Digital Health to Improve Health and Reduce Disparities."
Plenary Session Speaker, September 22
Joel Shapiro, JD, PhD, is an expert on helping organizations generate business value with analytics and develop sound analytics investment strategies.
AHIMA21’s educational sessions are organized into six impact areas to guide you toward sessions that will advance your career and help you ensure your organization’s success. Jump between impact areas or take a deep dive into the one that interests you most.
Every patient deserves to have their health information tell a complete and accurate story across their care journey.