The healthcare documentation profession is constantly evolving, impacted by technology, fiscal constraints on the healthcare system, and the changing demands of the patient consumer. It's a profession that finds itself in a time of transition, and attending AHDI’s conference will provide you an opportunity to keep yourself ahead of the curve.
Join us to further your professional growth, understand the changes happening in the field, learn about the latest in evidence-based practices, expand your knowledge, and broaden your perspectives - all while enjoying the Washington, DC metro area.
At the 2015 Healthcare Documentation Integrity Conference you will:
Engage in dialogue about the industry’s most important topics
Gain exposure to new people and new ways of thinking for your success
Learn from powerful speakers with a wealth of valuable information
Re-charge your passion for the profession
Earn CECs for recertification
Get exposed to new trends and valuable resources
Participate in networking events that lead to career-long relationships
Two conferences, one great location. AHDI’s 37th annual conference will be held in conjunction with AHIMA’s Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) Summit, taking place August 6-7.
Join us in the Washington, DC area for AHDI’s conference focused on the quality and data integrity of patients’ health information, industry and technology trends, and hot topics in workforce development. As a supporting organization, your company will be in direct contact with a variety of stakeholders from the healthcare documentation and health information management sector.
The Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), formerly the American Association for Medical Transcription, is the world’s largest professional society representing the clinical documentation sector whose purpose is to set and uphold standards for education and practice in the field of health data capture and documentation that ensure the highest level of accuracy, privacy, and security for the U.S. healthcare system in order to protect public health, increase patient safety, and improve quality of care for healthcare consumers. AHDI works to advocate for workforce development and credentialing in allied health and the critical role of technology-enabled documentation knowledge worker in the electronic health record (EHR).