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March 31, 2016


Inside this Issue:

WSHIMA Election Results!


The WSHIMA Board wishes to thank YOU for voting in the recent WSHIMA Election. 14% of the membership voted, which while lower than we would like, still is above average for many associations. The WSHIMA Board taking office July 1, 2016 is as follows:
  • President-Elect: Cynthia Kelly, RHIT
  • President: Sally Beahan, MHA, RHIA
  • Secretary: Tamera Salladay, RHIA, CCS
  • Treasurer: Erin Ussery, RHIA, CCA
  • 2nd Year Director: Corinne Meyer, MBA, RHIA
  • 1st Year Director: Melody Draper, RHIT, CHPS, CCS
  • 2nd Year Delegate: Lynette Colis, RHIT
  • 2nd Year Delegate: Bill Thieleman, RHIA, CHP
  • 1st Year Delegate: Lisa Withers, RHIA, CCS
Congratulations to all!

Message from President Sally Beahan


This month, Sally Beahan has a message for you about the 2016 WSHIMA Annual Meeting. Be sure and read it for an update on what is happening next month!
View Message Here

Annual Meeting Early Bird Registration Ends Soon!


Your Payment MUST be received by April 10, 2016. Click here to get the best pricing.

AHIMA Launches Petition for National Voluntary Patient Safety Identifier


AHIMA has launched a petition to ask the White House to address the need for a national voluntary patient safety identifier by removing legislative language that has prevented open discussion between the government and others, including AHIMA, who are seeking a solution to this critical patient safety issue. The petition, available on petitions.whitehouse.gov, needs 100,000 signatures by April 19 to ensure a response from the Obama administration.

We need you to go to the website and sign the petition. Here's the link: http://wh.gov/i7YT6. Please sign TODAY and get your family and colleagues engaged. (Signers must be over 13 years of age with an email address.) To be successful in our strategy we need 100,000 signatures in the next 30 days.

PLEASE NOTE: The petition signature is a two-step process. A validation email is immediately sent from the petition website and must be acknowledged before the signature is finalized. The entire process is very quick but if you don't see the validation email check your spam filter; this second step must be completed for a valid signature.

For more information go to: http://www.ahima.org/about/advocacy/efforts. You will find a tool kit, a video and research on why this is important! Please go to the website and sign the petition to start the conversation! AND, tell your friends and family!
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