CHICAGO: AHIMA's Linda Kloss stepping down as CEO
American Health Information Management Association CEO Linda Kloss will step down on March 31, 2010 after 15 years of leadership. The AHIMA Board of Directors has initiated a national search for her successor. Kloss, who has been AHIMA's CEO since 1995, said she intends to continue her career-long commitment to improving health information and will explore ways she might contribute in these critical times during the coming months. AHIMA President Vera Rulon says the board of directors is committed to focusing on meeting AHIMA's strategic goals while planning for a smooth transition of executive leadership.
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