Virtual Learning

Further your professional education needs with our series of webinars and tech talks.

Hot topics, expert speakers and an interactive format are an exceptional combination. AHIA offers monthly webinars, as well as Epic workshops and tech talks throughout the year. Members have access to earn free continuing professional education (CPE) credits in webinars specifically for healthcare internal auditors.

Upcoming Virtual Learning Events

Webinar: Exploring Automation within Internal Audit: How to Identify Automation Use Cases

May 23, 2023

Internal audit has a growing number of modern automation tools at its disposal, which can be used to expand audit scope, provide data-driven insight, and risk coverage. This webinar will provide an understanding of automation and its potential benefits, and how to identify good use cases for automation through your internal audit activities. 

Webinar: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Regulations - Is Your Organization at Risk?

June 8, 2023

A review of some of the top overlooked DEA regulations that can put you and your organization at risk, including action plans to avoid fines, negative press, and the possibility of loss of licensure for both personnel and entitites.

Tech Talk: Business Continuity / Contingency Planning Panel Discussion

June 13, 2023

At some point, a situation will arise in your organization that will necessitate the initiation of operational business continuity. This panel will discuss business continuity and contingency planning from an organizational perspective, with IT/IS playing a critical supporting role. 

Webinar: Unclaimed Property- What Risk is Lurking for Your Health System?

July 20, 2023

Unclaimed property has a far reach to many departments, teams, tech systems, and entities. Join us to learn more about identifying potential risk areas and ways to ensure your health system is in compliance with state regulations. 

Continuing Professional Education Credits

Association of Healthcare Internal Auditors is a registered sponsor with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:

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