Get Involved with ACDIS

The Association of Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialists (ACDIS) exists to provide CDI professionals with the best resources for education, professional development, networking, and community. Whether you are an ACDIS member or just part of the CDI community, we invite you to take advantage of all the association has to offer and explore how you can get involved!

 Make an impact on an ACDIS committee 

If you want to shape the association and help us offer the very best to the CDI community, volunteering in an ACDIS committee is one of the best ways for ACDIS members to make a difference. With nine active committees that focus on a range of duties to provide expert education and insight for CDI professionals, you’re sure to find your fit. Click here to learn more! 

Join the CDI Leadership Council 

The ACDIS Leadership Council connects CDI supervisors, managers, and directors through personalized insight-sharing and networking experiences. With entry to a members-only online community, regular virtual meetings to discuss industry research findings, a monthly e-newsletter, and more, CDI leaders don’t want to miss out. Click here to learn more! 

 Network with neighbors in your ACDIS local chapter and topic-based groups 

Across the nation, ACDIS local chapters offer CDI professionals the chance to educate and network within a tight-knit, geographic CDI community! ACDIS networking groups similarly provide community for those who work in smaller, niche CDI focuses. Meet your neighbors, give educational presentations, and even volunteer in a leadership role by joining or starting an ACDIS local chapter or networking group. Click here to find your chapter or group! 

 Contribute to our bimonthly CDI Journal 

The CDI Journalis ACDIS’ bimonthly members-only publication with more than 30 pages dedicated to industry-focused topics, and submissions are always open. All CDI professionals are welcome to either contribute their expertise through being interviewed for an article, or take on the professional feat of penning your own piece.  

Articles are typically 750-1,500 words long and should be sent to ACDIS Associate Editorial Director Linnea Archibald ( and Associate Editor Jess Fluegel ( Click here to learn more!

Get involved in the ACDIS conference 

The ACDIS conference provides a chance for industry professionals to share their experiences and expertise with the broader CDI community. Directly following each conference, applications open to speak at the coming year’s event, and later in the fall applications open to present a poster. These two opportunities give you the chance to advance as a CDI professional, get feedback from a supportive, engaged audience, and contribute your knowledge to the community. Click here to learn more!