Welcome to NHHIMA
Welcome to the New Hampshire Health Information Management Association (NHHIMA) website! NHHIMA is the New Hampshire component state association of our national organization, the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
AHIMA is the premier association of health information management (HIM) professionals worldwide. Serving 52 affiliated component state associations and more than 103,000 health information professionals, it is recognized as the leading source of “HIM knowledge,” a respected authority for rigorous professional education and training.
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Message from the President
Dear NHHIMA Member,
Welcome to the NHHIMA chapter new year. It is my delight and honor to be serving as the President of NHHIMA for 2020-2021. I would like to take this time to welcome our new board members and say thanks to the ones who have service NHHIMA so diligently.
Our outgoing president, Jeff Butler, RHIA, to whom I owe a great deal of thanks teaching me the ins and outs of leading the NHHIMA.
Interested in Becoming a Member?
To become a member of NHHIMA, you must join the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and select New Hampshire as your Component State Association (CSA).
NHHIMA Mentoring Program
The NHHIMA Board members collectively have years of experience in a variety of healthcare settings, developing a vast amount of knowledge and a number of networking contacts throughout those years. Whether you are new to the Health Information Management (HIM) field or if you have been in the field awhile and want to learn more about NHHIMA and AHIMA you are encouraged and invited to actively seek the advice and experiential knowledge of our Board members.
Volunteerism is an important means to develop your network of HIM contacts. Partner with a Board member and offer your knowledge by participating on a committee such as Program and Education or learn about the roles of each Board member.
Consider being a candidate for a Board position now or when you have attained your AHIMA credentials. You are instrumental in leading the HIM profession into the future.
Contact information for each Board member is on our About Us – Executive Board section of the website. At the same location, you will also find the job descriptions for each Board position.
Call for Speakers
Do you have a great presentation or know someone who does?
NHHIMA is seeking quality speakers for our education sessions on topics that are pertinent to the health information management profession that may impact us on both a national and state level. If you are a speaker or can recommend a speaker please contact our NHHIMA Program and Education Director at email@example.com.