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You’ll gain insights into the world of infusion coding; we will discuss bundling and do some case examples together. You will learn how infusion coding can have a profound impact on revenue and denials. Discover why Infusion Coding is not just important but essential, and how educating clinicians of the coding rules and regulations can empower them to support the infusion workflow more effectively.
The Quarterly Business Meeting is focused on providing information regarding current issues influencing our profession and workplace. Topics include: 1) Future Proofing Your Clinical Data Exchange Strategy: Optimizing Payer Relations, HIM Operations, and ROI; 2) CCHIM: What is it and What does it do.; 3) ICD-11; 4) and more...!
In this session, interventional radiology coding expert Stacie L. Buck, RHIA, CCS-P, RCC, RCCIR, and CIRCC will provide tips for deciphering documentation and breakdown of all of the CPT coding rules for some of the most common interventional radiology procedures including angioplasty, stent, atherectomy, thrombolysis, thrombectomy, and embolization.
This Quarterly Business meeting is focused on providing information regarding current issues influencing our profession and workplace. Topics include: 1) 2022 Career Trends in HIM/HIT, 2) Change Management and Muddling Through Everything New, 3) Using SPSS, SAS and Excel (R) to Analyze Large-Scale Health and Social Services Data, 4) Future Considerations for Health Data Breaches and 5) Data as an Asset and the role of HIM professionals in Data Asset Management.
In this roundtable, Anders Yanike will discuss the fundamentals of outpatient diagnosis coding and how that relates to the 2021 coding clinic. Identify vulnerabilities in diagnosis coding. During the session will code cases together and discuss how the rules apply.
Join us for our January Quarterly Educational meeting to learn about upcoming HIM opportunities going into the New Year. Topics Include: 1) Building a Single Path Coding Program; 2) Automation Opportunities in Health Care; 3) MdHIMA Business Meeting; 4) Managing ED Denials via Documentation Improvement; 5) Digital Release of Information; 6) HCC Coding.
Join us for our October 2021 Quarterly Educational Meeting! Sessions include: 1) Why Rigorous Compliance is Critical in ROI; 2) The Federal Government’s Impact on Health Care and Policies, Including Telehealth; 3) Quarterly Business Meeting; 4) Information Blocking Update; Cybersecurity; 6) MdHIMA Advocacy Update.
MdHIMA and MdACDIS are partnering with the Maryland HSCRC to bring you the annual program updates for FY22. The session will provide an overall update that will include COVID-19. The session will help attendees build a better understanding of specifically program changes between FY21 and FY22 for Quality, RVUs, ECMADs, and Case Mix. The session will also conclude with a presentation on social determinants of health.
This webinar will cover modifiers and the session will help attendees build a better understanding of specifically how the modifiers should be utilized. Emphasis will be placed on the more confusing modifiers, such as: X modifiers, 59, 76, 77, 78, and 79. A review of the CPT technical corrections released March 2021 will be covered in the second hour. Specifically we will review updates to 1) time based visits 2) Medical decision making (tests) 3) Level of risk and 4) Defined "risk".
MdHIMA's March 2021 Quarterly Meeting features: 1) How to Stop Mid-Revenue Cycle Leakage; 2) Proactive & Reactive: How a Large National Health System Relied on Mobile Technology Before the Pandemic to Streamline and Simplify Query Workflow; 3) MDHIMA Quarterly Business Meeting; 4) Utilization and Interpretation of Interactive Audit Management Dashboards, Detailed Scorecards and Benchmark Metrics; 5) Leveraging Computer-Assisted Coding for CDI, Coding & Quality; 6) Best Practices When Implementing Computer-Assisted Coding; 7) AI and CAPD: An Overview of the Technology and Proposed Benefits
This Coding Educational Session is focusing on providing information regarding Covid-19 evolving coding guidelines. The session will walk through the history of coding guidelines, review AHIMA/AHA FAQ's issued, and specifically review coding of Covid-19 and Sepsis, Covid-19 and Syndrome (sequela) conditions along with exposure/screening and other examples.
Topics include: 1) Covid-19 Virus: Myths & Truths; 2) 21st Century Cures Act: Information Blocking & HIPAA; 3) Record Organization and Document Delivery; 4) Telehealth Auditing; and 5) Major Changes for Physician OP E&M Services in January 2021! What is the impact?
Session topics include: Artificial Intelligence: innovative, Technologies, Disrupting Healthcare; Patient Identification and Matching: Enhancing Data Integrity & Patient Safety; Telehealth Policies During the COVID-19 Pandemic; Join the House of HI and Build AHIMA’s and Your Future; Professional Ethics and Clinical Terminology: Expanding Career Pathways for HIM Professionals