NYHIMA Seminars & Webinars

 

The New York Health Information Management Association (NYHIMA) strives to offer a well-balanced schedule of programs to professionals involved with the management of health information. NYHIMA offers a year-round calendar of educational events plus an Annual Conference each June that features an excellent three-day educational program. The Annual Conference includes specialty tracks in coding and long term care as well as exhibits by HIM-related businesses.

Call for Presentations

You are invited to submit a presentation proposal for the Education Calendar. The NYHIMA Education Committee develops the calendar of audio/webinars and face-to-face educational events held at various locations across New York State. Completed proposals will be evaluated using the following criteria:

  • Relevance to the HIM profession
  • Timeliness of the topic
  • Practical application of content
  • Originality of content
  • Clarity of focus
  • History of presentation skills

About NYHIMA's Seminars and Webinars

NYHIMA's face-to-face, on-site seminars give attendees the opportunity to network with peers while interacting with speakers whose expertise is highly respected and recognized in the profession. These programs are offered in both the upstate and downstate geographic areas to provide accessibility to as many HIM professionals as possible.

NYHIMA’s audio/webinars allow you to participate online from your work or home environment. If you missed or have a schedule conflict with a live audio/webinar, feel free to register and request access to the recording and handout.

Click here for NYHIMA's full listing of events.


Continuing Education Units

Continuing Education Accreditation is awarded to AHIMA and AAPC credentialed individuals at the rate of one (1) CEU per one (1) clock hour of instruction.

CEUs meet AHIMA’s CCHIIM standards for maintenance of continuing education units in the HIIM Domains, including: Technology, Management Development, Clinical Data Management, Performance Improvement, External Forces, Clinical Foundations, and Privacy & Security.