CDI Prep Course (Online)

Clinical Documentation Improvement is essential for providers to be successful within fee for service and quality initiatives. Obtaining adequate training for professionals wanting to learn more, improve their knowledgebase or prepare for examination can be costly and difficult.

This is your opportunity to take control of what you how learn and how you learn. Choose the entire set of modules or focus on the module you need and “Put YOURSELF in the Driver’s Seat”!!!

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THIMA 2017 Annual Meeting Revisited

Emerging Technology for Data Analytics and HIM’s Role

Recorded: March 9, 2017

Betty Dunagan, RHIA
Industry Manager, Health Record Solutions
Lexmark

1 CEU – Technology


Solving the Patient Matching Dilemma: Will the real John Doe please stand up?

Recorded: March 8, 2017

Karen Proffitt MHIIM, RHIA, CHP
VP Identity Enterprise Solutions
Just Associates, Inc.

1 CEU – Performance Improvement


What’s Scrum got to do with IT, got to do with IT

Recorded: March 8, 2017

Seth Johnson, MBA, RHIA
Executive Consultant
Lexmark

1 CEU – Management Development


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Revenue Cycle Management: Best Practice Tips

August 24, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CT

*An HIM professional shares direct experience with HIM centralization, challenges that hinder progress, lessons learned, and strategies for ensuring a successful transition.
*Unbilled accounts reflect what processes are going right and which are not. Centralized versus decentralized coding departments?
*The impact of billing operations has a critical impact on financial performance. Revenue cycle encompasses all the many steps from when a patient first makes an appointment to the time there is no longer a balance on that person’s account. Coding directly impacts discharged not final billed, on-hold accounts due to external causes, and claims edits.
*Are you escalating issues and letting the C-suite know what you are doing for free?

Speaker: Jennifer Stone, RHIA, Coding Manager

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PSI & HCC: Patient Safety Indicators and Hierarchical Condition Categories

Overview

Presentation will include definitions and overview of Patient Safety Indicators and Hierarchical Condition Categories.
Discussion will take place regarding these topics on the considerations and opportunities for clinical documentation improvement in the inpatient hospital setting.

Learning Objectives for Patient Safety Indicators

  • Identify AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators
  • Understand the implications for CDI
  • Identify CDI opportunities surrounding PSI 90

Learning Objectives for Hierarchical Condition Categories

  • Define Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCCs)
  • Understand Risk Adjustment
  • Understand the implications for CDI

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Virtual Winter Coding Roundtable

How Coding Impacts Core Measures
Kay Piper, RHIA, CDIP, CCS and Barbara Quick, RN, MS, CPHQ, CMAC, ACM

Coding Productivity/: Is It Your Friend or Foe?
Cindy M. Smith, RHIT, CCS

ICD-CM and PCS: Q and A
Stephanie Mercer, RHIT, CCS and M. Carmella Mercer, CCS, CCDS, CPAR and ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer/Ambassador

CEUs: 3.0

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