Please join NCHIMA as we host Karen Barry, MA, RHIA, CCS, CPMA to provide us an overview of key guideline changes, including chapter-specific changes, general coding updates, coding convention updates, and diagnosis and procedure code changes for the fiscal year 2024.
Join us for this KHIMA webinar where Dr. Ronald Hirsch will review regulations for appropriate use of observation compared with inpatient status, the use of condition code 44, and the challenges of medical necessity of inpatient admission and observation services.
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?
Leigh Poland, RHIA, CCS will guide attendees to understand what the OIG is and how it relates to healthcare, review OIG MS-DRG focus areas, identify High-Risk Modifier Issues, discuss the OIG focus on malnutrition documentation, and provide best practices for preventing an OIG audit investigation.
This presentation will review the complexities and unique aspects of IRF coding with an emphasis on impairment group selection and etiologic diagnosis assignment. The presentation will also review strategies for auditing the IRF record that can be used by acute inpatient and outpatient auditors that also have IRF responsibilities.
This session will provide historical perspectives on health care compliance programs, explore elements for implementing and maintaining an effective compliance program, and practical examples for engaging an organization’s workforce to ensure compliance with laws, rules, regulations, or policies.
This presentation will include types of ambulatory CDI and coding credentials, resources, staffing solution ideas, multidisciplinary teams, and skillsets needed to create a successful and sustainable Ambulatory CDI Program in a Value-Based Healthcare Market.
The Coding Roundtable Committee is pleased to offer a one-hour webinar to discuss the Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedure featuring Mike Brown, Chief Perfusionist and Program Director, Cardiac Surgery/Structural Heart at Mary Washington Healthcare in Fredericksburg VA.
Please join us as Sandra Brewton discusses pregnancy terms and definitions, coding rules for Chapter 15, complications of pregnancy, and appropriate selection of Principal Diagnosis. We will also briefly discuss delivery procedures and official guidelines for coding the newborn charts.
Please join us for They Can't Hack What You Don't Have! Exploring the Role of Information Lifecycle Management in Today's Digital Healthcare Environment with Erin Head, MBA, RHIA, CHDA, CCS, CHTS-TR.
In this session, interventional radiology coding expert Stacie L. Buck, RHIA, CCS-P, RCC, RCCIR, and CIRCC will provide tips for deciphering documentation and breakdown of all of the CPT coding rules for some of the most common interventional radiology procedures including angioplasty, stent, atherectomy, thrombolysis, thrombectomy, and embolization.
Did you miss the state meeting but still want to hear the educational sessions? Don't miss this opportunity to earn up to 7.0 CEs. Sessions include: 1) Building Your Data Analytics Skills to Detect and Solve Healthcare Problems; 2) Improving Employee Job Satisfaction in Healthcare; 3) Information Blocking and Interoperability; 4) Leverage Virtual Health Solutions to Deliver Improved Patient Outcomes; 5) Proposed HHS Amendment to HIPAA (NPRM) and Its Effect on the Release of Information Industry; and more...!
Join the Triangle Region of NCHIMA for a virtual update from our compliance experts, David Senter and Rita Bowen! The first session, presented by David Senter, will focus on OCR updates and recent enforcement activity. The next session, presented by Rita Bowen, will share information regarding the Information Blocking Rule, and how this is a roadmap to interoperability for HIM. We hope to "see" you there! 2 CEUS will be available for eligible attendees!
In this roundtable, Anders Yanike will discuss the fundamentals of outpatient diagnosis coding and how that relates to the 2021 coding clinic. Identify vulnerabilities in diagnosis coding. During the session will code cases together and discuss how the rules apply.
Databases are a huge part of our daily work as Health Information Management professionals. Whether we realize it or not, they’re behind everything from service and diagnosis code selection in an EHR, to denials tracking and trending, to the Master Patient Index at your local hospital. So, how do they work? What makes a database accurate, efficient, and clean? Join us as we discover how even something as technical as a database can be beautiful.