NMHIMA | Spring 2023 Educational Sessions – Bundle Course

Join us for our NMHIMA 2023 Spring Educational Sessions! Topics include: 1) Aligning Coding for Social Determinants of Health-SDoH; 2) Does Your Documentation Meet the M.E.A.T. Criteria; 3) HIPAA Enforcement and Compliance Update; 4) How to Build Your ROI Roadmap Starting with a Gap Analysis; 5) Sepsis: Does the Clinical Criteria Support the Medical Coding?; 6) Tiny is Mighty: A Framework for Change.

Virtual Event

Overview

Aligning Coding for Social Determinants of Health-SDoH
Leigh Poland, RHIA, CCS
Srivalli Harihara
1.0 – Clinical Foundations; Revenue Cycle Management; Evolving Topics

Does Your Documentation Meet the M.E.A.T. Criteria
Leigh Poland, RHIA, CCS
This presentation is beneficial for all coders who code face-to-face encounters and handle chronic conditions appropriately while coding for a visit. MEAT is not only for risk adjustment coders. Each diagnosis must be documented in an assessment and care plan and each diagnosis must show that the provider is Monitoring, Evaluating, Assessing/addressing or Treating the condition. We will walk through several case studies and look at best practices for documenting & coding for chronic conditions.
1.0 – Revenue Cycle Management

HIPAA Enforcement and Compliance Update
David Senter
1.0 – Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

How to Build Your ROI Roadmap Starting with a Gap Analysis
Barbara Carr, RHIA
Julia Applegate
In this session, experienced ROI consultants will share best practices for performing your own gap analysis or selecting the right partner to manage it for you. Ultimately, the analysis will help you:
     Reduce compliance risk
     Streamline operations
     Improve patient/customer satisfaction
1.0 – Organizational Management and Leadership; Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security; Evolving Topics

Sepsis: Does the Clinical Criteria Support the Medical Coding?
April Insco, Ph.d., RHIA, CHDA, CPHI, CCS
Rebecca Reynolds, RHIA, CPHS
This presentation will present empirical data on medical coding and sepsis. The presentation will include study data to identify if there are any discrepancies with coded data and the clinical data in the medical records that supports the diagnosis of sepsis. To assess the accuracy of medical coding of sepsis, the researcher designed a data abstraction tool which includes key clinical indicators and other pertinent clinical information. This data abstraction tool was used to abstract data from the medical records in the study sample. The researcher will determine if there are cases that are not properly coded based on Sepsis 2 criteria as sepsis and the number of sepsis cases reported is unrepresented of the total population of patients with sepsis. Identifying these issues will help providers to improve documentation to support sepsis when it is clinically present. Identifying these issues will help medical coders to identify the need to clarify any conflicting documentation in the medical record. Identifying these issues will help researchers to recognize there are limitations in data sets. In future studies, the data abstraction tool could be utilized to evaluate more medical records and include other geographical regions on the United States.
1.0 – Data Structure, Content and Information Governance; Clinical Foundations

Tiny is Mighty: A Framework for Change
Ty Nichols
For many years, misconceptions and myths, while well intended, have plagued society with unscientific advice that sets you up to fail. Adopting new behaviors, whether it’s reducing stress, exercising, eating healthy, or getting better sleep may have seemed difficult. Therefore, you may have concluded simply that change is hard, and you need more motivation or willpower. That’s not true and you are not the problem. The problem is the approach to changing behavior and it is not as hard as you have been led to believe.
Tiny is Mighty is an interactive presentation, delivered by Ty Nichols, that will have attendees on their feet, engaging one another, embracing the learning process, and creating new individual habits for inspired health and wellness success on the spot
1.0 – Organizational Management and Leadership; Evolving Topics

Course Info

Published Date

May 2023

Total CEs

6.0

Domain(s)

Clinical Foundations

Data Structure, Content and Information Governance

Evolving Topics

Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

Organizational Management and Leadership

Revenue Cycle Management

Pricing

Bundle Pricing

NMHIMA/AHIMA Member

$240

Non-Member

$300

Student/Emeritus

$120

 

Individual Course Pricing

NMHIMA/AHIMA Member

$50 /

session

Non-Member

$60 /

session

Student/Emeritus

$40 /

session

Speakers

Additional Information

AHIMA

This educational offering has been approved for continuing education credit for use in fulfilling the continued education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

AAPC

CEUs are accepted from programs sponsored by AHIMA national offices and the state or regional AHIMA branches. One hour of instruction is worth one CEU.  A certificate of attendance or completion is necessary to show participation.

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ACDIS

AHIMA CEUs that are CDI-related are accepted.

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