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Association Benefits from Collaborative Dialogue

Author: Siegel, Barbara

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2003

One hundred years ago, Guglielmo Marconi used Morse code to initiate “a dialogue that seemed like pure magic” between President Theodore Roosevelt and England’s King Edward VII.1 Marconi’s efforts paved the way for wireless communication, including AHIMA’s Communities....

2009 Profile Reflects Diversity for Members, Volunteer Groups


Source: AHIMA Advantage

Publication Date: August 2009

Human diversity can be defined as differences in race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical capabilities, and religious beliefs. AHIMA is committed to diversity within the association. Diversity is included within the Code of Ethics and there is a House of Delegates (HoD) resolution on the topic. AHIMA has also prepared a volunteer diversity analysis for the association to compare growth in diversification from 2006 to the present.

Results of 2009 CSA Environmental Scan Show Top Trends


Source: AHIMA Advantage

Publication Date: December 2009

A key end result of the CSA Environmental Scan process is that the AHIMA Board of Directors will use the findings—which reflect hundreds of members’ reactions to the issues—to help guide their strategic planning efforts. The Environmental Scan results are an invaluable resource as the board charts the strategic direction of the organization and makes decisions on deploying the association’s resources.

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