Get Published! Write a Professional Compliance Article for the American Institute of Healthcare Compliance (AIHC)
The AIHC online audience is made up of healthcare professionals seeking resources and professional training. This may include administrators, executives, compliance officers, and others in similar professional roles. The goal of our blog is to provide further information about healthcare and healthcare compliance topics to enrich our readers’ knowledge of various subjects. We recommend that you read through some of our professional articles to get a good idea of how we present information about various topics.
Article authors will be credited by name on the published blog article page. If you have a brief biography saved on your AIHC website user profile, this biography will appear next to your user profile image in a small module at the bottom of your published article. Electronic newsletters promoting specific blog articles will also note your name and your organization’s name.
How To Submit Your Article
Articles should be submitted via email to email@example.com. Any inquiries about article submissions or writing guidelines may be directed to the Professional Development Department at the above email address, or at the toll free office phone number (866-571-5635) using extension 123. You should submit a full draft of your article in Word format (or an equivalent) with the following information included at the top of the first page:
- The date you submit your article
- Your name (as the author)
- Your organization’s name
- Your selected article topic
Suggested Article Topics
Select a topic from the list below and write an article about it to earn CEUs.
It is expected that submitted articles will have correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Proper attribution of any outside information used in the article is also expected.
Links in the Body of the Article
As a nonprofit organization, AIHC is not able to promote other businesses on our website, which extends to our blog. We only allow links to government websites and resources that are provided for the purpose of allowing readers to obtain more information. No other external links are permitted.
Please Note: If you have additional links or resources that you would like to include in your article, you must list all non-government website and resource links at the end of your submitted article draft (label this list as “Additional Resources”). Non-government resources and links will be reviewed after submission and AIHC reserves the right to remove non-government sources, as well as information gained from such sources, from the body of your article as is deemed necessary prior to publication.
Images and Media
No images or media may be included in submitted article drafts. Any images added to the article will be chosen by AIHC at the time the article is published.