AHIA’s Virtual Learning Library and Body of Knowledge
Available for Purchase January 15th!
What is the Virtual Learning Library?
AHIA’s Virtual Learning Library is a learning management system designed to enhance your professional knowledge in internal auditing in the healthcare industry. The Virtual Learning Library is also a resource for CHIAP™ Certification candidates preparing for the exam. The Virtual Learning Library houses a variety of educational content from 2016 to present. The system will be continuously updated with materials as they are developed in the future.
What AHIA educational content is available in the Virtual Learning Library?
- Conference Proceedings
- Recorded Webinars and Tech Talks
- New Perspectives Articles
- White Papers
Accessing the Virtual Learning Library
To access the Virtual Learning Library, you must first purchase an all-access subscription. The Virtual Learning Library will be available for purchase on January 15, 2019. (For pricing, see Subscription Fees.)
After purchasing a subscription, you will receive a confirmation email. The confirmation email will contain two links: one to the Virtual Learning Library and another to a “How To” guide. Once you click on the link, you will be directed to the Virtual Learning Library where you will enter your AHIA user name and password to log in.
If you are unable to locate the confirmation email you received, please click here to access the “How To” guide.
Once you have logged onto the Virtual Learning Library, you will be able to:
- Browse courses in the Body of Knowledge Catalog
- Create your learning plan by enrolling in and completing courses
- Return to courses you enrolled in but did not complete
- Review your completed courses
How was the Body of Knowledge developed?
A Job Analysis Advisory Committee (JAAC) was formed and tasked with the development of a Job Analysis Study titled “A Job Analysis Study of the Healthcare Internal Auditor.” From the Job Analysis Study, the JAAC determined the CHIAP™ Certification Exam would be focused on the Healthcare Internal Audit Body of Knowledge (BOK).
The BOK’s overarching internal audit principles and compliance and privacy principles are applied in the following settings: acute care, post-acute care, ambulatory care and health plan. At the center of the BOK are Business Aspects of Care Setting, Revenue Cycle, Regulatory Environment and Core Business Functions. The BOK consists of 80 categories determined by the JAAC.
to view the list of the 80 BOK Categories.
for more information about the CHIAP™ Certification Exam.
If you should have any questions or concerns regarding the Body of Knowledge and/or the Virtual Learning Library, please feel free to contact AHIA’s Education Administrator
, Lisa Aguado via email
or phone (847-686-2314).