Don’t miss this year’s outstanding presentations!! - 2020 Clinical Update: Community-Acquired Pneumonia- 2021 ICD-10-CM/PCS Updates- Coding, CDI and the Revenue Cycle- Evaluation and Management Changes 2021- Getting Heart Smart- Keys to Capturing and Validating 2020 CC/MCCs- National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) Overview- The Superheroes of Health Care
Join us for the 2020 AAHIM Virtual Annual Meeting! You will have access to recorded webinar sessions offering up to 15 CEU hours.
With the challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, hear from experts in the industry on how they managed through the challenges within revenue cycle and health information management functions to maintain and improve outcomes and financial performance.
The webinar will present the most current updates for coding and billing telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learning to Play an Infinite Game vs. a Finite Game & Why That Matters
This session will cover 1) VA Coding Guidelines: Smoking Differentials (Smoking History vs Tobacco Abuse vs Dependence) and 2)Navigating The Latest Telehealth Rules
Our Lunch and Learn series for October will feature a presentation by the Public Health Informatics Supervisor in the Department of Epidemiology at the Arkansas Department of Health. Donald McCormick, MSHI will present a timeline of how contact tracing has developed beginning pre-Covid and as the Pandemic evolved.
The sudden outbreak of Covid-19 has created many challenges for healthcare settings.
Join us for the 2020 AzHIMA Virtual Annual Meeting! You will have access to 2 live sessions and also recorded sessions offering up to 23 CEU hours.
Coronavirus and COVID-19 – What’s Next; The Itchy Flakes of Psoriasis; and Common Emergency Department Procedures: From Head to Toe
AZHIMA Joint Coding Roundtable with the Arizona Chapter of the Association of Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialists (AzACDIS). We will be covering more on the revenue cycle, HCC reporting, excellence in coding, and career ladders.
A natural progression for experienced HIM professionals is to move in a leadership role in revenue cycle. Knowing what is needed and what you already know are the keys to being successful in this endeavor. This program will identify steps to take to achieve your next career opportunity.
Join attendees to learn how information can be transformed from the clinician’s point of view to information that can be utilized effectively by HIM Coding professionals.
We have the talent, skills and knowledge to produce the information needed to improve business processes in health care.
Physician queries must comply with industry standards to avoid third party denials.