Tri-State Conference Canceled
The committee chairs of the Tri-State AHIMA Conference want to thank you for your interest in the conference that was scheduled to be held in May of 2021. Like you, we were excited and looking forward to hearing the speakers and networking with one another. However, with the continued updates concerning the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the committee has decided to cancel this conference.
The health and well-being of our members, speakers, vendors, and guests are our first priority. This decision was made with the best interest of all of you in mind.
For those of you who have registered and have already paid for this conference, we are working with KnowledgeConnex to refund your registration fees. You should be seeing a refund over the following few weeks.
When requesting your refund please note the cancellation information. Participants please reach out to the board contact Suzanne Landry at firstname.lastname@example.org with any specific instructions regarding refunds (i.e., make check out to them versus employer). Please also note that a 10% processing fee will be deducted.
Hotel and Flight Reservations:
If you have made an overnight room reservation, please be sure to contact the hotel to cancel those reservations. If you have made flight reservations, please work directly with your airline. Many airlines are allowing passengers to change or reschedule flights. Please review your airline’s COVID-19 cancellation policy.
Should you have any questions that we did not address here, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
We are looking to schedule a Tri-State AHIMA Conference in 2022. As soon as we have more information on that, we will be posting it on our state websites.
Take care and be well,
Tri-State AHIMA Conference Committee
Town Hall Meeting
The boards from Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont will be hosting a town hall-style meeting on October 14th, 2020 from 3 PM – 4:30 PM.
We will be discussing the up and coming AHIMA vote at the House of Delegates being held on October 17th.
Please join us!
Your voice matters as your state delegates cast their votes!
Click the link below to join the meeting, no registration required.
Tri-State Townhall Meeting
Oct 14, 2020
3:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join us from a PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android by clicking here.
For the best audio experience, please use computer audio.
Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1(470)869-2200 (US East)
Meeting ID: 149 977 7407
Happy April, Vermont!
It is that time again: time for elections to our Vermont Health Information Board of Directors! Do you feel like you want to help get the word out about our profession? Have you been meaning to reach out to volunteer, but haven’t had the time? Now is the time!
Open positions this year are:
President-Elect – serves for two years as an active Board member and under the guidance of the current President to support all activities as defined in the Bylaws as well as to assist with planning for member education through meetings and events. May serve as delegate to the House of Delegates or other meetings as agreed upon by the Board in the absence of the President or as deemed appropriate by the Board. Supports Scholarship annually. Manages other business as needed. Collaborates with the members of the Board and AHIMA membership as needed.
Secretary – serves for two years as an active Board member. Collaborates with the Board to plan meetings and events. Serves as the minute taker for all Board meetings and Member meetings, roundtables, etc. Works with the Board to create an agenda and educational program. Serves as the communication conduit between the Board and members as needed. Maintains the membership distribution list for e-mail communications. May also participate as delegate for meetings.
Treasurer – serves for two years as an active Board member. Ensures the security and appropriate filing of all required documents and accounts for the VTHIMA Treasury. Provides a Treasurer’s report at all Business Meetings. Manages the incoming membership’s dues for deposits and pays invoices due from the account. May also participate as delegate for meetings. Collaborates with the members of the Board and AHIMA membership as needed.
VTHIMA Advocate – serves for two years as an active Board member. This is a new role that the Board is suggesting be added to engage at the state level in regard to regulatory updates and changes impacting Health Information Management.
As the current President-Elect and former treasurer, one of the most satisfying things I have taken away from volunteering with AHIMA is the networking. I have made contacts all over the United States, which has been a great resource for my day job as well.
Volunteer to run for a position and help lead VTHIMA into the future. Nominations will be open until May 30th, with elections held on June 15, 2020.
Tri-State Meeting Postponed Until 2021
Greetings TriState Attendee!
We are happy to announce that Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont AHIMA groups have decided to move ahead with the new TriState AHIMA Conference.
We felt strongly having our first TriState as an “in-person” conference is of primary importance. As a result, we are moving the TriState Conference to May 16-18, 2021.
The location of Mills Falls on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, NH remains the same.
Every attendee currently signed up to participate in 2020 has had their registration automatically credited to the 2021 Conference.
Additionally, if you had hotel reservations, Mills Falls has automatically moved your reservation to our new date in May 2021.
If you are unable to participate and wish to cancel your registration, please email Angelique Sibulkin at email@example.com. Please note, there will be a 10% cancellation fee incurred.
We look forward to seeing you all May 16-18, 2021 in Meredith, NH!
We wish you all a safe and healthy 2020,
The TriState Team
VTHIMA On Demand Webinar
VtHIMA would like to invite all members to view our first webinar ever! Please see below for details.
March Coding Roundtable: CDI Across the Continuum – Moving to a Patient Centered Solution
Presented by Phil Goyeau.
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