The Massachusetts Health Information Management Association (MaHIMA) is the leading nonprofit healthcare information organization in Massachusetts. We have over 1,650 active members who attend our educational workshops and seminars. Our members make important purchasing decisions for their organizations regarding health information products and services. MaHIMA’s mission is to promote professional growth, competence and life-long learning; influence governmental, educational, social and business issues that affect the management and use of health information; contribute to the quality and efficiency of health information systems and structures; and promote synergy and alignment among disciplines that manage and support confidential health information. We could not do it without our generous corporate partner sponsors.
Annual Educational Sessions
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Fall Educational Conference Series
This year MaHIMA will be offering an educational session that will span 6 sessions based on HIM topics for a total of 18 CEUs. The series will offer networking and attendee interactions through virtual exhibitor booths with chat features, and booth data analytics. This session will begin on September 15, 2021 and end October 22, 2021. Virtual booth registration is 500.00 for the full series. Booth registration can be found here.
Dot Wagg Memorial Legislative Seminar – November 2021
This legislatively focused meeting offers continuing education units (ceu’s) to health information management professionals on topics such as HIPAA updates and Omnibus, topic breaches, health information exchange, meaningful use and how to respond to an audit. This meeting occurs in November.
Winter Educational Meeting and Coding Workshop
Full day, two-track educational meeting for MaHIMA members and professional coders occurs in January/February, which includes a state business meeting and awards for outstanding professionals in our industry.
MaHIMA Annual Conference
Two full day educational session occurs in May with vendor exhibits including preconference educational sessions preceding the conference.