An overview of the idea/definition of a work/life balance, why it’s needed (especially in today’s fast-paced, technology-driven world), and how to achieve such when pressures and demands are coming at us from every angle.
May 6, 2019
CEU: 0.5 – Management Development
Amy Morgan, MBA, RHIA, CCS, CDIP
Amy is a Health Information Management (HIM) professional with more than 23 years of experience with a strong emphasis on inpatient auditing and quality assurance, operations and management, inpatient coding and reimbursement, medical record documentation requirements, electronic records, and regulatory and accreditation requirements. Amy has a love for continuing education in our ever-changing healthcare environment and a passion for our profession, having assisted in co-authoring both a coding textbook and a state regulatory guide for the confidentiality of medical records.
In her role as an auditor, Amy performs inpatient MS-DRG validation and coding audits, verifying the quality of coded data and supporting clinical documentation and making recommendations for improvements. Amy provides education to coding professionals, CDI staff and physicians.
Prior to entering the auditing portion of her career nine years ago, Amy worked in acute care hospitals, physician offices, and the home care sector in a variety of roles including HIM director, HIPAA Privacy Officer, and Home Health/Hospice Director. Amy is a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) and Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) through AHIMA, and she holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) as well.