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2023 Events 

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2022 Events

AHIMA Foundation Virtual Silent Auction 2022

  • Bidding opens Monday, October 10th at 12:00 pm EST
  • Bidding closes Wednesday, October 12th at 12:00 pm EST

View and bid on great items from your desktop or smartphone. Creating an account is only required if you place a bid. All proceeds benefit AHIMA Foundation research, programs, and projects.


AHIMA22 Global Conference 

Session: WCAG...W3C...WAI... Wait, What? Web Accessibility Compliance Explained 

Learn about the evidence-based steps for improving the digital experience for patients with disabilities and injuries that may prevent them from fully accessing the healthcare information they need. Presenters will share the latest changes in WCAG 2.1 and offer a case study on a healthcare organization that has successfully improved web accessibility by becoming compliant with the guidelines.


Frontiers Health Global Conference 2022 

Session: Addressing Unequal Access to Digital Healthcare for People with Disabilities

When hospital websites and web-based tools, such as patient portals, are designed for people with a broad range of abilities it benefits everyone – including people without disabilities and older adults. However, many digital access barriers exist. This session will provide an overview of AHIMA Foundation’s research into the role of web accessibility in increasing the proportion of people who can equitably view, download, and send their electronic health information. From an accessibility program implementation and compliance perspective, the Disability Equity Collaborative will share challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned from ADA coordinators working in diverse healthcare organizations.

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Interested in AHIMA Foundation representation at your next event? Members of our staff frequently speak on health and education industry panels, present research findings, and provide instruction on digital health literacy and digital health equity topics. 

Published 10/06/2022
Last Updated 01/25/2023
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