Live & Recorded Virtual Event
AI & The Patient Experience
Dr. Mary Mason, MD, MBA
Mary Mason, MD, MBA, says the value proposition of AI in the doctor’s office is to decrease the amount of documentation and charting for healthcare professionals by up to 75%. This not only allows physicians to reclaim this time for themselves and their families but also to spend more time listening and taking care of the patient during a patient visit.
This program will address the following takeaways:
- Learn how AI can be used in a patient/doctor setting
- Learn some of the ethical dilemmas that AI presents
- Learn about various tools for implementing AI at the personal or company level
- Learn about privacy issues that AI presents
1.0 – Evolving Topics
The Role of Community Partnerships & Access to Care
Dr. Monique Howard, Ed.D., MPH
Senior Director of Community Engagement
University of Pennsylvania
1.0 – Evolving Topics
On the Horizon: Current and Proposed Privacy Regulations
Angela Rose, MHA, RHIA, CHPS, FAHIMA
VP, Client Success at MRO
Explore the current and proposed privacy rules and regulations with Angela Rose, VP Client Success at MRO. In this session Angela will offer considerations for operational changes, as well as, highlight opportunities for re-education.
1.0 – Health Law and Compliance
Data Analytics: Why it’s important for everyone!
David Marc, PhD, CHDA
Associate Professor, Department Chair, Health Informatics Graduate Program Director
As the HIM profession becomes more diverse and more involved in the governance and use of healthcare data, analytics has become an essential skill of the profession. Still, many HIM professionals consider themselves novices in the analysis and use of data. In this presentation, the ways in which data analytics has been adopted across the HIM profession will be explored and the critical competencies related to data analysis will be clarified. Examples will be provided on how the analysis and use of data have helped healthcare organizations succeed in a time of turbulence and uncertainty. At the conclusion of this presentation, you will have a better understanding of the analytical knowledge and skills that are required to tackle the challenges facing healthcare today and be able to see the trajectory for the skills that will be needed to handle the challenges of tomorrow.
1.0 – Informatics, Analytics, and Data Use
The Importance of Coding in Capturing Social Determinants of Health
Brittani Moberly, MBA, RHIA, CCS
Assistant Professor, Eastern Kentucky University, Health Services Administration
This presentation will cover the updates to coding SDOH per the FY23 Coding Guidelines and address the importance of capturing these Z-codes.
1.0 – Evolving Topics
Health Law and Compliance
Informatics, Analytics and Data Use
PHIMA Member – AHIMA member who has selected PA as their component association
Non-Member – including AHIMA members from other states and credentialed non-members
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).
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.
AHIMA CEUs that are CDI-related are accepted.
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