The 85th AHIMA Convention and Exhibit will draw health information management (HIM) thought leaders and professionals and healthcare executives from all areas of health informatics and information management for a weeklong focus on HIM’s global transformation. This one-stop meeting provides comprehensive updates, education, and information on current and emerging HIM issues and challenges and promises to be one of the most educationally stimulating and exciting conferences held during 2013.
Atlanta offers plenty of southern charm and a great location for the 2013 AHIMA Convention and Exhibit.
Exhibit at the AHIMA Convention & Exhibit!
As the most extensive HIM and HIT exposition in the industry, the AHIMA Convention and Exhibit attracts more than 4,000 decision makers and influencers. These are people looking for solutions in areas such as the electronic health record, clinical vocabularies and mapping, revenue cycle management, workflow, interoperability, transcription, and much more. These decision makers are looking for the solutions you can provide.
Gain access to thousands of healthcare executives, HIM professoals and others interested in the field
More than 6,000 stakeholders from around the world are anticipated
Opportunities to promote products and services to your audience
- Highly qualified and focused individuals with decision-making and buying power
Attendee are interested in their professions and:
- Pursuing opportunities to learn
- Exploring new products and services
- Researching products for future purchase
Attendees seek solutions in critical ares
- ARRA, ICD-10, RAC, CDI, EHRs, clinical vocabularies and mapping, revenue ceycle management, and transcrption
The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is the premier association of health information management (HIM) professionals. Serving 52 affiliated component state associations and more than 67,000 members, it is recognized as the leading source of "HIM knowledge," a respected authority for rigorous professional certification, and one of the industry's most active and influential advocates in Congress.