Health Information professionals have encountered many new challenges since the onset of COVID-19 including how patient care is delivered and documented during a pandemic response. Attendees will explore various health information lessons learned, rapid change in workflows, and considerations for the post-pandemic environment.
This session will cover the frequently asked questions on COVID-19 ICD-10-CM coding, including new codes and updated guidelines effective January 2021. In addition, the session will cover current ICD-10-PCS codes for common treatments for COVID-19.
This presentation will review how viruses replicate and it will unpack how to interpret the different names for COVID-19. Transmission, prevention, and symptoms associated with COVID-19 will be addressed along with what you should do if you become infected. Finally, self-care strategies will be explored to promote psychological and physical well-being during this difficult season.
Sessions include: 1) COVID-19 Lessons Learned; 2) KHIMA Legal Manual and Healthcare Regulatory Updates; 3) Building our Health Information Community: 2021 AHIMA Report to the CSAs; and 4) The Saga Continues . . . Let's Talk SEPSIS!
This Coding Educational Session is focusing on providing information regarding Covid-19 evolving coding guidelines. The session will walk through the history of coding guidelines, review AHIMA/AHA FAQ's issued, and specifically review coding of Covid-19 and Sepsis, Covid-19 and Syndrome (sequela) conditions along with exposure/screening and other examples.
At all levels of health care leadership and practice, people who are trained in key Lean principles are better prepared to help transform their practices during a time of crisis when agility and optimization are mission critical.
Increasing interest in outpatient clinical documentation improvement (CDI) programs is pervasive throughout the health care community as more and more facilities jump on the bandwagon. With this increasing interest, there is a critical need to insure programs are created, developed and implemented for the right reason, goals, objectives and visions. A
Topics include: 1) Covid-19 Virus: Myths & Truths; 2) 21st Century Cures Act: Information Blocking & HIPAA; 3) Record Organization and Document Delivery; 4) Telehealth Auditing; and 5) Major Changes for Physician OP E&M Services in January 2021! What is the impact?
Topics include: 1)HIM to Diversity & Inclusion; 2) Artificial Intelligence in HIM and the Impact on Roles and Responsibilities of HIM Professionals; 3) Telehealth Guidelines During COVID-19; 4) 2021 E/M Changes; 5) Information Blocking and HIPAA: Road to Compliance; 6) HIM Workforce Training: Developing an Engaged Team; 7) Diversity of CDI Professionals is Vital to the Evolution of CDI; 8) FY2021 IPPS and How it Impacts Quality; and 9) Security – Rethinking Cyber-Security for the Post-Pandemic Workplace
The health industry is in the early stages of truly understanding how to adequately capture, assess and utilize SDOH data effectively. COVID-19 has propelled the importance of capturing and assessing such information as wider gaps in inequities have been identified in the early pandemic data. We can learn a lot from our federally qualified health centers and this presentation will shed light on how we as a broader health system can cast a wider safety net. A true collaboration can bridge the necessary programs to help reduce inequities in care.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine was a means to an end. It contained all the facets of a desirable service for both patients and providers: scalability, convenience, ease of use, optimization. What it lacked: awareness and buy-in. Fast forward to March 2020, and telemedicine went from healthcare obscurity to a household name — if you didn’t know about it then, you do now. This presentation aims to capture that story of the landscape leading up to the pandemic, the tipping point, and what telemedicine may look like in the future as we continue to learn from this drastic shift in care delivery across all specialties in such a short period of time.
Join veteran educator and HIM professional Rebecca Harmon MPM RHIA CCA for 2 one-hour sessions on Contact Tracing and earn up to 5 CEUs while you learn about this important work in collecting and compiling health information in support of Public Health. Earn 2 CEUs for class/hour participation and up to 5 CEUs should you complete the ancillary work assignments.
Diving into a remote workforce has truly been something that a lot of leaders have had to tackle throughout 2020. This webinar will be geared towards those already managing remote staff and also those that are looking at sending some of their workforce home.
Session topics include: Artificial Intelligence: innovative, Technologies, Disrupting Healthcare; Patient Identification and Matching: Enhancing Data Integrity & Patient Safety; Telehealth Policies During the COVID-19 Pandemic; Join the House of HI and Build AHIMA’s and Your Future; Professional Ethics and Clinical Terminology: Expanding Career Pathways for HIM Professionals
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.
Objectives: 1) Present new, revised, and deleted codes for the 2021 update to the ICD-10-CM coding system; 2) Review PDC changes; 3) Review changes to the ICD-10-CM coding guidelines for 2021; 4) In depth review of COVID-19 update guidelines; 5) Review of telehealth coding and billing guidelines; and 6) Review of updated documentation requirement for billing for IPPS Hospital
This presentation will identify the various ICD-10-CM codes pertaining COVID-19 diagnosis and their coding guidelines. The presentation will look at the 2021 coding guidelines for COVID-19 as well. It will also demonstrate how the documentation plays an important role in code selection for COVID-19 reporting. The presentation will also look at common manifestations associated with COVID-19. The presentation will also identify the modifier’s associated with hospital outpatient testing and described when they are used. The presentation will include a high level overview of the CPT procedures associated with COVID-19 testing. By the end of this session, the participant will be able to have a better understanding of the COVID-19 coding guidelines and select an appropriate diagnosis code for COVID-19.
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 emergence of the deadly COVID-19 virus, resulting in the current world-wide pandemic requires effective information management and accurate data reporting to enable the healthcare community’s efforts to learn as much as possible about this specific strain of coronavirus and halt the pandemic.