Share your knowledge and expertise as a health information content leader! 


Presenter General Guidelines
View Presenter General Guidelines for presentation guidelines and deadlines.

Earn CEUs for Presenting
Earn continuing education units for the development of original work delivered to an audience. Refer to the AHIMA Recertification webpage for full details.

The Indiana Health Information Management Association is seeking dynamic presenters to develop health information professionals and advocate for practice excellence, offer timely and innovative presentations, and share IHIMA’s vision to be the recognized leader advancing trusted health information in Indiana by connecting people, systems, and ideas. With a year-round calendar of events and our Annual Meeting & Exhibit in April, there are several presenting opportunities to share your knowledge and expertise as a content leader. 

Proposals should offer practical approaches and solutions while stimulating new ideas, greater understanding of new systems and applications, and current issues and best practices. Topics should focus on areas of interest to health information professionals, including (but are not limited to): 

  • Artificial Intelligence & Emerging Technologies
  • Clinical Documentation Improvement and Integrity 
  • Clinical Coding (advanced inpatient, outpatient, pediatric, physician office, etc.)
  • Compliance and Auditing
  • Electronic Health Record Best Practices and Challenges
  • Exam Preparations (RHIT, RHIA, CCS, CHPS, CDIP, etc.)
  • Health Information Access (patient portals, patient engagement, release of information)
  • Health Information Integrity
  • Healthcare Informatics, Analytics & Data Use
  • Data and Information Governance
  • Information Protection: Privacy & Security
  • Innovative Best Practices
  • Organizational Management and Dynamic Leadership
  • Patient Identification & Matching
  • Project Management
  • Revenue Cycle Management
  • Revenue Cycle Integrity
  • Social Determinants of Health, Population Management
  • Telehealth
  • Public Policy and Advocacy
  • Cybersecurity
  • Cancer Tumor Registry
  • Non-Traditional Career Paths – Behavioral Health, SNF, etc.
  • Deep Dive Workshop Topics
  • Workforce Development
  • Other Emerging Issue

Learn more about the health information professional’s areas of interest on the AHIMA Recertification webpage - AHIMA’s Recertification Guide, Appendix A - outlines specific HIIM Domains. 

Complete the online form to submit your presentation proposal or contact us for more information.