Facility Inpatient Coding Skills Assessment


The Facility Inpatient Coding Skills Assessment is designed to measure competency in ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding of inpatient services.

Facility Inpatient Coding Assessment features:

  • 50 questions
  • Assign codes according to national coding guidelines and not hospital-specific or payer-specific guidelines.
  • It is very important to use your code books and not use an encoder in this assessment.
  • There is no time limit on this assessment but you will have only one attempt.
  • You will have an opportunity at the end of the assessment to review all the questions as well as your answers and to make any changes prior to submission for grading.
  • The passing score is 70%

CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management



Libman Education’s online courses focus on hospital coding (ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT) from beginner to advanced, as well as coding credential prep (both AHIMA and AAPC), and specialty topics (CDI, HIPAA, Reimbursement, IR & Cardiovascular, LTAC, and Pediatrics). Courses are specifically designed to improve individual skills and increase the efficiencies and competencies of health care providers and institutions.


  • $59 AHIMA members
  • $59 non-members

Online courses are non-refundable.

Access to the Course

Access instructions will be provided within 2 business days following receipt of payment. You will have 30 days to access the course after payment has been received

Best Practices for Mobile App Adoption and Use

Best Practices for Mobile App Adoption and Use

Download the PowerPoint flyer that has been published on your board admin area and place copies of the flyer in the attendee bags and/or at the registration desk.

Include the PowerPoint flyer in your slide presentations that you show on the screen before sessions, during the business meeting, etc.  Reference the mobile app in the facilitator script that you provide to your volunteers who introduce your speakers during each session.

Solicit a volunteer (a student, board member, or maybe an exhibitor to help drive their booth traffic) to be at the registration desk and/or the exhibit hall to help people install the app

In addition explain how to configure the notifications options, how the attendees can create their own daily schedules, access the sessions handouts that can be found if provided with the agenda session, post on the social feed, etc.

Solicit a volunteer to publish push notifications to the attendees – for example, “reminder that the President’s Reception starts at 5:30 in Ballroom A”, “reminder that Exhibit Hall opens at 8:00 AM today”, etc.  You will use the News page or Social Feed to send these push notifications.

It might be more convenient to script the push notifications before the meeting and provide to the volunteer with instructions to publish at your desired time.

Solicit a volunteer to take photos and post in the social feed.  These photos can then be used on your website and/or in the marketing promotion for next year’s meeting.

In addition, consider asking the President to post a welcome message, thank the sponsors, announce the save the date for next year’s meeting, etc.

Turn the mobile app into a revenue generator!  Offer vendor sponsorship opportunities for companies to sponsor the app!  Their company logo could be displayed on the cover of the mobile app which would be guaranteed to be displayed to all attendees who access the app. 

Demonstrate the value to the exhibitors by showing them how they can access the attendee roster on the app as well as send notifications in the News page or Social Feed.  In addition, make sure that they are aware that their logos and company information can be found under the Exhibitors or Sponsors page.


Do your speakers want to include a polling question during their sessions?  There are several ways to accomplish this through the app poll feature or a link to the poll can be posted by the speaker in the social or news feed.

Check In Instructions for Onsite Registration Desk

The online check-in process allows you to check-in your registrants in record time.

The online check-in site can be accessed by any web browser on any platform.

If you have any questions, please email support@knowledgeconnex.com

Remember that if you are using an iOS device (iPhone / iPad) you can add this icon to your home screen for an even better display and quicker access.

Step 2

Login using the Login and Password provided in your Board Admin Meeting Reporting.

Step 3

Select your event.

You may select from Today’s Events, Upcoming Events, or Past Events.


Step 4

 To check in attendees, select Attendance.

Step 5

On this screen, you may check in an attendee by clicking the ATD button.

To check everyone in, click Mark all as: Attended.

Medical Necessity, Patient Status and Compliance Pitfalls

February 20, 2019
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CT

In this presentation the speaker will review existing CMS rules and regulations relative to medical necessity and patient status. She will also provide information about recent enforcement activities and how to avoid compliance pitfalls. After the presentation the participants will be able to take back to their hospitals actionable items to support compliant billing practices.

Speaker: Joan C. Ragsdale, JD, Chief Executive Officer, MedManagement, LLC d/b/a EdiPhy Advisors

Check In App for Onsite Registration Desk

The check-in app allows you to check-in your registrants in record time.

The check-in app is compatible with iOs devices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod.

Go to the App Store and search for RegFox

The RegFox application will install on your iOs device.

Once you download the app, select “Enter Key Manually“.  You will enter the App Key that is provided by KnowledgeConnex for each meeting (that can be found on your board admin page with your meeting reporting) in order to download the meeting’s registrant data to your app.

You will be able to see real-time updates of how many are registered, how many are checked in and how many are remaining.










When you are logged in, you can click check-in to scan the QR code from registrant confirmation emails.  You can also lookup people if they forgot their email.

When you scan someone, you will want to click on the box at the top to scan them in.









All done!  If you have any questions, please email support@knowledgeconnex.com

Board Election Process

For those CSAs who will be using KnowledgeConnex for your online board election process, just wanted to remind you of the board election workflow process. Step #1: Online Election Set-Up Form You will complete the online board election set-up form.  This kicks off the...