Apply to serve on the NAHRI Advisory Board

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

NAHRI is currently accepting applications for an open position on its Advisory Board through May 20. If you’ve been looking for a way to deepen your involvement with NAHRI, make strong connections, provide feedback and guidance on the direction of NAHRI and industry needs, and give back to the revenue integrity community, this opportunity is for you! Applicants must be current NAHRI members and should be working in a revenue integrity or related role in the healthcare industry. The application can be accessed at

The NAHRI Advisory Board welcomes applicants from all provider types and organizations with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. As revenue integrity continues to mature, these diverse perspectives will be essential to ensuring NAHRI truly represents the industry and remains a guiding voice and resource for knowledge and networking.

Please note that the application must be completed in full for you to be considered. All questions are required; skipping even one will automatically disqualify you. The application will not save your progress, so you must be ready to complete all questions on both pages in one sitting. To prepare, please ensure you have the following information available and ready to enter before you start the application:

  • A summary of your background/qualifications in the field of revenue integrity
  • Two professional references
  • Professional bio and headshot
  • Statements explaining:
    • Why you’re applying to the NAHRI Advisory Board
    • What you plan to contribute to the NAHRI Advisory Board
    • Current revenue integrity issues you would work with NAHRI Advisory Board members to address


Please note that we are unable to consider applications that are missing any of this information.

Statements do not need to be essay length and your application will not be judged on the quality of your writing. However, your statements must demonstrate that you have a sincere interest in serving on the Board, that you are prepared to volunteer to work with Board members on a variety of projects and provide regular feedback to NAHRI administration, that you are deeply engaged with the revenue integrity profession, and that you have ideas you are prepared to act on.

Applicants should also keep in mind that while serving on the Board is not a full-time commitment, Board members are expected to attend quarterly meetings during regular business hours and should be prepared to volunteer to contribute to special projects and provide feedback on the industry and trends.

If you’re interested in applying but still have questions, please reach out to NAHRI Director Nicole Votta at

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