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Unfortunately, our speaker, Melissa Koehler, MBA, RHIA, CHDA, CDIP, CCS, CCS-P, CCDS, CRCR, has had a family emergency and will not be able to speak for us on ICD-10-CM Coding for Alcohol & Substance Abuse (IP & OP). We’re thankful that Deborah Wightman has volunteered to speak on Transitional Care Management (TCM).
Join LHMHIMA for our 2022 1st Quarter webinar. The LHMHIMA board is excited to have Kelly Walton, RHIT, CCS present for us her presentation titled: Building Bridges: Teambuilding and Connection in a Remote Workplace.
The proposed rules have advantages for patients and for providers. This presentation will discuss the proposed rule and its implications if they go into effect as they are currently written. How will this impact your rights and what additional training will be needed to adhere to the changes? This will be modified to meet the most current news after the comment period.
This session will explore how medically coded data, both accurate and inaccurate, can impact federal and private agencies, healthcare providers, and the individual patient. This session will review the importance and impact of coding beyond reimbursement.
The health industry is in the early stages of truly understanding how to adequately capture, assess and utilize SDOH data effectively. COVID-19 has propelled the importance of capturing and assessing such information as wider gaps in inequities have been identified in the early pandemic data. We can learn a lot from our federally qualified health centers and this presentation will shed light on how we as a broader health system can cast a wider safety net. A true collaboration can bridge the necessary programs to help reduce inequities in care.