Become a Corporate Member

The Executive Board of HAHIMA would like to welcome you to the 2022 – 2023 association year. Thank you for your interest and support of the organization.

Anyone interested in the health information management profession is welcome to participate.

We are District 9 of the Texas Health Information Management Association (TxHIMA) which is a component state association of theAmerican Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

The counties that currently comprise of District 9 are:

  • Harris
  • Galveston
  • Brazoria
  • Matagorda
  • Wharton
  • Fort Bend

    Corporate Membership Application

    Anyone interested in the health information management profession is welcome to participate.

    Gold

    $350

    • Website Advertisement
      Include your company logo on our website and on all outgoing member communications
    • Business Spotlight at Meetings
      Attend any of our Member meetings and speak to our members directly about your company
    • Table Display and Networking
      One-on-One networking with our members; distribute your company information
    • Membership Registration
      Receive up to 2 membership registrations for your staff (an opportunity to receive up to 6 CEUs per each meeting attended)

    Silver

    $250

    • Website Advertisement
      Include your company logo on our website and on all outgoing member communications
    • Business Spotlight at Meetings
      Attend any of our Member meetings and speak to our members directly about your company

    Bronze

    $150

    • Website Advertisement
      Include your company logo on our website and on all outgoing member communications

    Membership valid July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023.

    For any questions relating to Corporate Membership, please contact Gina Buczek at ginagianoni@gmail.com or call 832-654-3276.

    HAHIMA advances and promotes the health information management profession through professional development, recognition and member engagement.

    HAHIMA’s mission is to provide leadership to its members, to influence issues which impact the management and use of health information, to support the efforts of our state association (TxHIMA), and to provide educational programs and other services to advance the professional competency of HAHIMA members and others who work with health information.

    HAHIMA protects AHIMA’s Code of Ethics and the principles of innovation, transparency, diversity, collaboration and professional commitment.