AHIMA Urges State Legislators to Initiate HIM Programs

June 24, 2011
The Chicago-based American Health Information Management Association is asking state legislators to lead the passage of statewide workforce

The Chicago-based American Health Information Management Association is asking state legislators to lead the passage of statewide workforce legislation adding accredited health information management and health informatics bachelor’s degree programs to the lineup of science majors already offered by state-funded colleges and universities.

AHIMA says it is ready to support legislative and academic program development efforts with support from its Division of Policy and Government Relations and its Division of Education and Accreditation.

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