All nominations must be submitted using the MoHIMA Awards Nomination online form, completed in its entirety.  Nominations must follow the nomination guidelines and must include the supporting materials listed below.

The nominee’s resume and two reference letters must be uploaded on the online nomination form.

All nominations must be received by February 28th to be considered for awards. Awards will be presented at the MoHIMA Annual Meeting.

Nomination Guidelines

  1. The Nominator is responsible for assuring that all required documentation is collected for the nominee. Incomplete submissions may adversely impact the committee’s ability to adequately and fully evaluate a nominee.
  2. All supporting documentation must have relevance to specific criteria requirements. The volume of material submitted is not important. Documentation should support what the nominee accomplished and specifically why the nominee is deserving of an award.
  3. All nomination materials become the property of MoHIMA. Materials cannot be returned.

Supporting Materials Requirements

  1. Nominations must be submitted using the MoHIMA Awards Nomination Form, which must be completed in its entirety.
  2. Include a narrative summary (200 words or less), written by the nominator, that explains the nominee’s qualifications for the award and why you think your nominee deserves state recognition.
  3. Submit the nominee’s resume or curriculum vitae (required).
  4. Submit 2 letters of support from others who can elaborate on: a. the Nominee’s specific accomplishment(s); b. how the nominee has met the specific guidelines for the award; c. why the nominee is worthy of an award

MoHIMA Award Presentation

  1. All award recipients shall be notified of their award in March.
  2. Awards will be presented at the MoHIMA Annual Meeting. All award recipients are encouraged to be present to receive their award, but it is not mandatory.
  3. Awardees will be featured on the MoHIMA website.