LHMHIMA invites you to join us for our 2020 Annual Conference – Your Gateway to Information. Due to these uncertain times and the need for social distancing, this year’s conference will be a half day virtual conference.
E/M Changes in 2021
Nichole Soderquist, MBA, RHIA, CDIP, CCS
- Guidelines Common to All E/M Services
- Services Reported Separately
- Guidelines for Office or Other Outpatient E/M Services
- History and/or Examination
- Number and Complexity of Problems Addressed at the Encounter
- Level of Medical Decision Making (MDM)
- Straightforward and Low Complexity
- Moderate and High Complexity
- Instructions for Selecting a Level of Office or Other Outpatient E/M Service
- Prolonged Services
1 CEU Data Structure, Content, and Information Governance
Kelly Canter BA, RHIT, CCS
1 CEU Informatics, Analytics, and Data Use
Look at you doing “Leader-y” stuff!
Sallie Bissette, Ed.D, MHA, MBA, RHIA
Not a “formal” leader, no worries. This presentation is geared toward identifying the leader in us all. We’ll take a look at different styles of leadership as well as how they can be utilized in our every-day life. Feel like you have this “leadership thing” down-great! We’ll spend some time talking about the perceptions of our leadership styles to our team members. Leadership is vital any industry including HIM. You will leave this presentation with a few new skills to add to your leadership repertoire.
1 CEU Organizational Management and Leadership
New Paradigm: Managing and Preventing Denials in a Clinically-Driven Revenue Cycle
Technological advances and imperatives for greater efficiency are driving the health care revenue cycle evolution. With the continual advancement of technology, providers need to look to restructure their process and tools to succeed. Clearly defining the procedure with a solution will help in leveraging what is now happening across the health care continuum – in particular the areas where clinical care is provided and clinical activities seamlessly generate charges. Denials prevention is currently the biggest challenge within this new clinically-driven revenue cycle management and can be prevented using a holistic revenue cycle approach with a denials management program. This presentation will review the components needed for a successful denials management program including: charge capture, defending payor audits, denials prevention, denials committee/tasks force, and tracking and trending success.
1 CEU Revenue Cycle Management
October 9, 2020