AHCAP Committees develop and implement projects to help the organization meet its goals and objectives. Specifically, our Committees create project Action Plans; set realistic time-frames to accomplish projects; submit Action Plans to the Board of Directors (BOD) for review; and communicate regular progress updates on all projects through the Board Liaison. 

For more information about or to express interest in joining any of the committees below, please feel free to contact Sarah Saar at

Communications Committee

Purpose: To facilitate member communications through member recognition, promotion of educational opportunities, and the provisions of healthcare/personal interest articles, and all organization news through news blasts and publications, including In Focus.

Conference Planning Committee

Purpose: To develop and implement an innovative annual conference program that meets members' educational needs in the areas of professional and personal development; keeping them abreast of healthcare trends and helping improve their technical skills. In addition, the committee provides networking opportunities for attendees and outreach to members not in attendance.

Education Committee

Purpose: To develop and implement educational opportunities to meet members' needs and provide an avenue for obtaining cHAP Certification, Associate Degree and/or Bachelor's Degree. In addition, provide opportunities to maintain the knowledge "edge" in our profession.

Membership Committee

Purpose: To assist the staff in their efforts to increase AHCAP membership through recruitment and retention efforts and to facilitate communication of member benefits between the association and its members.

Nominating Committee 

Purpose: To support the one-time project of developing and recommending a slate of candidates to the Advisory Council for the elections. (This committee consists of the chairs of the other committees)

Sponsorship Committee 

Purpose: To build relationships with partners and vendors who have common healthcare interests as AHCAP and/or who provide tools and resources for the healthcare administrative professional.

What does it take to be a great committee member?

  • A dedication to furthering the association's mission and those of the healthcare administrative profession
  • A desire to become an expert leader
  • Willingness to learn from others
  • A positive attitude, flexibility and an appetite for discovering and developing new ideas

We'd love to talk to you about joining one of our committees! Click here to complete the committee interest form.