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Join us for the MNHIMA Region G Spring 2023 meeting! Topics include: 1) TBD; 2) Building Bridges: Teambuilding and Connection in a Remote Workplace; 3) 2023 CPT Code Changes; 4) Creating Confidence When You’re the First or Only at the Table; 5) Privacy in a Post-Roe World.
Join us for our February 2023 Quarterly Educational Meeting featuring the following sessions: 1) HAHIMA OIG Audit Reports: The Impacts of Current Compliance Risks within Clinical Documentation; 2) Developing an Audit Program in a Multi-Specialty Health System; 3) How Much is Your Health Worth? - Socioeconomic Barriers to Quality Patient Care; 4) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Health Care; 5) Do Physicians and Nurses Speak the Same Language? What the Medical Record Reveals.
We invite you to join us for our Spring OAHIMA Meeting. Topics Include: 1) The Power of Radiology; 2) To Mend a Broken Heart; 3) Vaping in Teens and Young Adults; 4) What Would Stacey and Clinton Think? AKA the Compliant Query and What NOT to Do!; 5) Monarch – Robotic Assisted Bronchoscopy Technology.
This educational session is a Train the Trainer session which looks at how documentation has to change so that your practice best supports the requirements set forth in the 2021 documentation guidelines so that attendees can go back to their practices and train their providers to improve their clinical documentation for E/M services while reducing the documentation burden on the providers, achieving the goal of “Patients over Paperwork”.
This Quarterly Business meeting is focused on providing information regarding current issues influencing our profession and workplace. Topics include: 1) 2022 Career Trends in HIM/HIT, 2) Change Management and Muddling Through Everything New, 3) Using SPSS, SAS and Excel (R) to Analyze Large-Scale Health and Social Services Data, 4) Future Considerations for Health Data Breaches and 5) Data as an Asset and the role of HIM professionals in Data Asset Management.
Learning Outcomes: 1) Validate understanding of Digital Transformation; 2) Establish high-level foundational knowledge of Intelligent Automation; 3) Describe Robotic Process Automation (RPA); 4) Summarize RPA process candidate characteristics; 5) Illustrate an Intelligent Automation lifecycle.
Our guest speaker will be Annessa Kirby, Director of Volunteer Services and Component Relations with AHIMA. She will detail the benefits of an AHIMA membership and how that value translates to volunteer opportunities, resources, education and more!
Join us for our 2022 AAHIMA 3rd Quarterly Meeting! Topics include: 1) HIPAA Updates Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification, 2)Privacy in Post-Roe Healthcare: Best Practices in Handling Rapid Legislative/Regulatory Changes and 3) Excel – Basics and Dashboard.
Sessions Include: 1) A View from the Statehouse: Recent and Upcoming Legislation, 2) Information Blocking 3) Simulation in Healthcare Education, 4) CIHIMA Business Meeting - AHIMA Access presentation, 5) The Transition of Scanning in HIM, and 6) Illinois Telehealth Initiative
Join us for our February 2022 quarterly meeting! Topics include: 1) Playing with FHIR: The Basics of HL7; 2) Common Missed Physician Query Opportunities and Key Indicators to Look for in the Chart; 3) Kindness as a Leadership Practice.
Join us for our January Quarterly Educational meeting to learn about upcoming HIM opportunities going into the New Year. Topics Include: 1) Building a Single Path Coding Program; 2) Automation Opportunities in Health Care; 3) MdHIMA Business Meeting; 4) Managing ED Denials via Documentation Improvement; 5) Digital Release of Information; 6) HCC Coding.
This session provides a comprehensive background and overview of the final rule, as well as points out exceptions to the definition of information blocking. The speaker provides guidance specifically for HIM, including tips to collaborate within other departments and ensure long term compliance.
Join us for our Webinar Wednesdays! Sessions Include: 1) Coding & Clinical Concepts in the Antimicrobial Resistance, 2) Fourth Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction and Its Implications for Coding, 3) Exploring the Role of Information Governance in Pandemic Response, 4) Dashboarding for Insight and Impact,
Sessions Include: 1) Accessing Patients’ Clinical Data for Improved Care Coordination via NC HealthConnex, the State’s Designated Health Information Exchange; 2) HIPAA Policy and Enforcement Updates; 3) HIM Data Analysis and Reporting; 4) Leadership Panel Discussion: COVID’s impact on HIM….and the Future Landscape Post-Pandemic; 5) Lessons Learned from Recent OCR Enforcement of HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules; and 6) Membership Update: Opt-In/Opt-Out
ScanSTAT’s Privacy Officer Elizabeth McElhiney, MHA, CHPS, CPHIMS, CRIS and Compliance Officer Lindsey Miles, RHIT, CRIS will present this very informative webinar on Information Blocking. They will discuss what is considered Information Blocking, the 8 exceptions to the Information Blocking Rule, and the best practices for creating/testing new policies and workflows to ensure compliance. If you want a quick overview of the purpose of the 2020 ONC Final Rule and the Information Blocking provisions, this webinar is for you!
This session will address what are Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and their relationship to patient health outcomes and costs. The need to collect SDOH information to better assess patient risks and outcomes will also be discussed. The current state of ICD-10-CM coding and documentation for SDOH will be addressed as well as other efforts underway to improve standardized definitions, documentation and coding of SDOH. Steps to improve the capture of SDOH documentation and codes will be provided.
Includes: 1) Employee Training and Development and Retention 2) The Intersection of HIPAA Privacy and Information Blocking 3) Telework & Cybersecurity – Finding Security in a New World 4) Building our Health Information Community: 2021 AHIMA Report to the CSAs
Included: 1) COVID-19 Lessons Learned 2) Bridging the Gap Between Coding, CDI and Quality 3) Three P's to Effective Pandemic Response for HIM Leaders 4) Patient Self Scheduling – Major Catalyst for MPI Errors
Strategic thinking is essential in a rapid change environment and critical in leading a remote workforce. This presentation will discuss the challenges and successes of implementing new mission driven processes that support State and Organizational requirements amidst rapid change.
MRO’s experts Rita Bowen and Angela Rose analyze the Information Blocking rule with a focus on HIPAA. Attendees will be immersed in a discussion around critical aspects of the rule and explore ways to operationalize its requirements to achieve compliance. Furthermore, they will walk away with tips and strategies to take back to their organizations to guide planning efforts for success.
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?
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.
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.
Prepare yourself. The nature of work is changing for almost everyone, including HIM. Attendees will learn about many of the technical and other forces shaping workplace and workforce changes, one view of how HIM will be impacted, knowledge and skills to prepare for the future, and ways in which to prepare.
Describe how coding impacts collection of HAC, PSI and readmission data. Measures and exclusion criteria. Importance of data accuracy and reliability. How this data is used and affects hospital star and compare ratings and payments. How a concurrent/pre-bill review in partnership with CDI and clinical subject matter experts and engagement of providers can improve your results.
The webinar will: (1) Explain Continuum services (2) Illustrate patient movement through the Continuum (3) Provide an example of HIM in the Continuum (4) Discuss industry HIM struggles and impending changes (5) Engage HIMs from all areas of Health Care to support Continuity of Care
This course brings together hard-to-find information about risk adjustment (RA) coding and hierarchical condition categories (HCCs) in a new comprehensive resource that explains this complex reimbursement methodology.