What's on the exam?
The CAHIMS exam is a two-hour Exam composed of 115 multiple-choice questions, 100 of which are scored. The exam focuses on common knowledge and skills that were identified as being important to competent practice through a job analysis.
Where do I take the exam?
Typically candidates take the exam on a computer at an AMP Assessment Center.
HIMSS also offers group administrations of the exam at events such as the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition. For group administrations, a different application form is required. For more information, contact email@example.com.
How are exam results reported?
Candidates who take the exam on computer at an AMP Assessment Center receive their score reports before leaving the testing center. Candidates who take the exam in a paper-and-pencil format receive their score reports from AMP by mail approximately five weeks after the examination.