Through discussion of the current clinical issues, case examples with their coded data, and review of opportunities to query, our expert nurse and HIM professional will guide you through antimicrobial resistance through the lens of clinical documentation integrity and coding.
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.
We will explore Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for HIM, opportunities to automate tasks, ideas for turning raw data into meaningful information, ideal skill-sets of HIM professionals to accomplish data analytics tasks, and how HIM leaders can be data experts.
Discussion regarding the challenges facing Telemedicine Revenue Cycle Management such as the CMS regulations governing the structure and reimbursement of telemedicine visits and challenges for coding and clinical documentation.
IT Departments are deploying new technologies at a rapid pace. A couple of these are Vendor Neutral Archive and Enterprise Content Management systems. Both of these technologies will affect the HIM IG plans, this presentation will teach the basics of these two platforms. Seth is also credentialed through the American Health Information Management Association and serves within industry associations as well as instructs for industry programs.
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.