Members: Workforce study and identity survey deadline is July 31
We have designed a health information profession workforce study and identity survey to understand better the current state of the health information profession and the value CHIMA provides its members. Complete the survey by July 31, 2022.
2022 Annual General Meeting
The Canadian Health Information Management Association and Canadian College of Health Information Management (together the Organization) invite you to attend its annual general meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, from 1:00–2:00 pm ET.
Sign your organization up for our annual team learning subscription
The CHIMA Annual Team Learning Subscription (ATLS) enables cost-effective education for health care professionals. Our offerings inspire staff to connect and have deeper discussions on topics of interest.
Leaders in information
Health information professionals ensure that Canadians’ health information is accurate and relevant. They are responsible for the collection, protection, and accessibility of our health data.
Enabling quality health care
Health information professionals impact the quality of care that Canadians receive. Their work informs policy decisions being made across the country and helps determine funding distribution throughout provinces and territories.
Connecting the community
CHIMA supports the health information profession by advocating for its members, monitoring industry trends, and facilitating continuing education. We also assist organizations with finding talent and share their employment opportunities with members.