IHIMA Speaker Bureau

Would you be interested in sharing your knowledge and expertise with other HIM professionals at our annual meeting, a regional association meeting, or a webinar? Then our Speaker Bureau might be just the place for you to begin to showcase your talents!

IHIMA is always looking for potential speakers to present on a variety of timely HIM and relevant healthcare topics throughout the year.

Topics should focus on issues of interest to HIM professionals to include:
  • Informatics, Analytics and Data Use, i.e., EHRs, HIIM software applications, HIE, etc.
  • Organizational Management and Leadership, i.e., project management, training & development, etc.
  • Data Structure, Content and Information Governance, i.e., ICD-10, CPT, HCPCS, prospective payment systems, registries, etc.
  • Revenue Cycle Management, i.e., outcomes data management, remote coding or computer-assisted coding, etc.
  • Health Law and Compliance, i.e., OIG work plan, HIPAA, legal or regulatory update, EHR certification and incentive programs, etc.
  • Clinical Foundations, i.e., telemedicine, pathophysiology, pharmacology, etc.
  • Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security, i.e., release of information, personal health information, security audit, privacy or security risk assessment, etc.
  • Evolving Topics for HIM Professionals, i.e., Hierarchical Condition Category (HCC), Pay for Performance, Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), Artificial Intelligence (AI), etc.

If you have information you would like to present to our members, please complete our Speaker Bureau Form. We would like to hear from you and build a database of willing and ready speakers for our next event.

If you have any questions, please contact IHIMA Central Office at [email protected].

Presenter General Information

Review the topic domains on the AHIMA website:
  • Recertification Resources:
    • Recertification Guide, Appendix A—HIIM Domains
    • 2020 Domain Name Change Crosswalk
  • New AHIMA Domains for CEUs Effective Jan. 1, 2020 - Learn more

Presenters can earn continuing education units for the development of original work delivered to an audience. Refer to the AHIMA Recertification Guide for full details.