CAHIIM Accreditation Training Series

Wednesday, 1 August 2018 8:00 AM - Tuesday, 31 December 2030 12:00 PM CST

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FFST.2020 CAHIIM Fall Festival 2020 Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 12/31/2030

This course includes presentations from the CAHIIM Fall Festival 2020, including the Sept. 28 and Oct. 19 sessions.

HIM.100 Using CAHIIM Forms Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 12/31/2030

A series of presentations on how to use each of CAHIIM's accreditation process forms

HIIM.100 CAHIIM Town Halls Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 04/14/2030

CAHIIM provides regular town halls for all accredited and candidate programs to discuss current topics. These presentations are recorded and provided to programs through the CAHIIM Accreditation Training Series (CATS). The first Town Hall Forum was in January 2019.

HIIM.2020 Guidance for Programs to Make Quick Adjustments Due to COVID-19 Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 12/31/2030

Offers tips and guidance on how programs might adapt to the unique learning situation caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

HIM.108 Understanding the 2018 Standards Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 04/14/2030

This course discusses the new HIM accreditation standards, released in 2018.

HIM.201 Best Practice Tips for Site Visits Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 04/14/2030

Presented by Nacole Everett of Edgecombe Community College. Nacole’s onsite visit was rated a near perfect score. She shares tips on how to get your program ready for an accreditation visit.

HIM.202 PPE Models Explored Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 04/14/2030

In this course we evaluate various PPE models, and issues seen by peer review teams in the field. Successful programs are interviewed for advice on setting up the field based and simulation lab components of PPE.

HIM.203 Curriculum Content & Taxonomy Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 12/31/2030

This course is designed to talk about the curriculum report document required to represent your program curriculum. The course will also discuss briefly meeting the appropriate AHIMA Bloom's levels.

HIM.204 Building Program Goals Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 04/14/2030

Program goals represent an area that is complex and challenging for many programs. This course focuses on how to construct goals that are meaningful. Three programs share their experience in how to write excellent goals

HIM.206 The Future of Higher Education Partial Approval - Free

Sale ends on 12/31/2030

Join Norb Belz for a presentation on the advancement and future of higher education in the world of Health Information Management.

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Wednesday, 1 August 2018 8:00 AM - Tuesday, 31 December 2030 12:00 PM CST

The CAHIIM training series is designed to meet the needs of educators by providing training at a time that is convenient to your schedule. The CAHIIM Accreditation Training Series (CATS) is designed for Health Information Management (HIM) and Health Informatics (HI) degree programs and explores the areas where most questions arise in the accreditation process. Courses will change each year as changes occur in curriculum and CAHIIM accreditation criteria and policies. The library of offerings will expand with time. Be sure to suggest an area that you would like to see addressed in the future to


The series is available to any CAHIIM Accredited or candidacy program at no additional charge and provides quick answers to topics where most questions arise in the initial and continued accreditation process. All offerings are free to CAHIIM programs except for the workshop courses.


The Conference series is available at no charge for individuals that attended the in-person workshop by CAHIIM and is available for a fee for those that did not attend in person.


How to Register


ECHO 360 is the application software that CAHIIM uses as its online training portal. You can enrol in one or more courses. Your access to the courses is available for six months from the point of registration, if you need longer or wish to sign up for new courses please visit the online registration web site again.

Please allow up to 48 hours for your registration to be processed.  After your registration is processed, you will receive a registration email from ECHO 360 for each course. Complete your course registration using the link provided in the ECHO email. Registration in ECHO is quick, with only your name and email needed. Please ensure to make a note of the email you use for ECHO and the password that you create. The CAHIIM Administrator does not have access to your password.


Please note, all purchases are non-refundable.


To start a course on your PC, click here to login.


About ECHO360


Each module has the run time listed so you know if you only have 20 minutes, whether you can finish that module or not. CATS voice-over video lectures are designed to run on PCs and mobile devices. The videos may not operate correctly on Mac computers.

Before you begin a course, please view this quick (less than 5 minutes) tutorial on how to navigate within ECHO 360 for PC. The PC version is the one you use when you want to download handouts or the PowerPoint slide set:


The ECHO360 Mobile app


We encourage you to download the mobile app so that you can take your courses with you and easily go through the training as you have a few minutes. The mobile app is very intuitive and does not need a tutorial.


The Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM) strives to provide the public with effective and consistent quality monitoring of health informatics and health information management (HIM) programs through maintenance of accreditation processes. CAHIIM is the globally recognized and trusted accreditation organization for Health Informatics and Health Information Management education programs to ensure the development of a workforce that meets the challenge of an information-intensive environment and its impact on global health. CAHIIM, a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization accredits associate and baccalaureate degree programs in health information management, and masters’ degree programs in the health informatics and health information management professions in the United States and Puerto Rico. When a program is accredited by CAHIIM, it means that it has voluntarily undergone a rigorous review process and has been determined to meet or exceed the Standards set by the Board of Directors.

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