Who Has Rights to a Deceased Patient’s Records

Presented by the IdHIMA Ed’Venture Series

1) Who has rights to a deceased patient’s Records
2) 45 CFR | 164.502 Uses and disclosures of protected health information: General Rules
3) Substance Abuse and Confidentiality 42 CFR par 2 Future Trends in State Courts

No webinar included. Handouts and Quiz only.

Incident Response—Best Practices in Breach Management

August 21, 2019
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET

In this session, there will be discussion over the current environment including compliance trends, issues, regulatory updates, and statistics related to healthcare breach. We will review the need for Covered Entities and Business Associates to develop a sophisticated incident response plan. Attendees will learn best practices for how to assemble an incident response team and establishing communication strategies for patient notification. Attendees will learn how to develop different approaches for specific incident types and then participate in a sample tabletop drill exercise.

Speaker: Rita Bowen, MA, RHIA, CHPS, CHPC, SSGB

2019 Quad-State Education Sessions Series

Aspiring, Strong and Universal (ASU) Cover Shoot Models
Bridging to our Future: 2019 CSA Report
Building Your Coding House on a Rock – A Detailed Study of the Conventions and Guidelines
CDI in the Physician Office: Strategies from the Field
Clinical Validation Workflow: Establishing a Consistent Approach
CPT Challenges for Percutaneous Coronary Interventions
Data Analytics – The Power of Coded Data
Decoding Spinal Procedures for ICD-10-PCS
Future of HIM Workforce in the Southeastern United States
Getting to Know CCHIIM
Healthcare Payment Reform and the Role of Coding and Clinical Documentation
Heart Healthy Cardiac CPT Coding
HIM Directors: Treat Your Patients as the Consumers They Are
I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar: I’m Sorry, Was that Too Loud?
Infusion, Injections, Hydrations: “Oh My!”
Leading Anytime, Anywhere: Your Leadership Edge
Project Management’s Role in Health Information Management – “A Coding Compliance Audit Case Study”
So, you think you know ProFee Coding?
The 5 Essentials for Patient Privacy Program Success
The Heart of the Matter: Complex IP and OP Cardiac Coding Tips
The Leadership Road to Peak Potential
Understanding Interventional Pulmonology: Bronchoscopy Procedures and Coding Fundamentals
Vision 2019: Your Career Connection – Part 1 and 2
Work/Life Balance: What Is It, and How in The World Can I Achieve It?

Developing Best Practices from OCR Audit Protocols and Issue Resolutions

Published: March 2, 2018

The Objectives / Goals of this Pre-Recorded Webinar are as follows :

  • Learn about the OCR and its responsibilities
  • Review recent OCR Enforcement Actions
  • Analyze recent Resolution Agreements and Civil Money Penalties
  • Identify the “takeaways” from the OCR Enforcement Actions
  • Conduct an activity applying the lessons learned from the OCR Enforcement Actions.

Speaker: Rita Bowen, MA, RHIA, CHPS, CHPC, SSGB

Spring 2018 SCHIMA Midlands Webinar

April 5, 2018
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

12 – 1 PM – Overview of Litigation from the IG Perspective: What, When, Who

Presenter: Ronald J. Hedges JD, Senior Counsel with Dentons US LLP

Overview of Litigation from the IG Perspective: What, When, Who Information Governance should play a major role in preparing for and engaging in litigation. That role requires an understanding of what an electronic health record might be and how health information management and information governance processes can be created and used to further litigation-related goals. This presentation will focus on how these disciplines might be used.

1 CEU – Privacy/Security

1 – 2 PM – Pharmacology for Coders: DELIVERY, PHARMACODYNAMICS, PHARMACOKINETICS

Presenter: Ed O’Beirne, CCS, PA, CDIP, Director of HIM Revenue Integrity, Health Resource Group

This presentation will describe the fundamentals of pharmacology to enhance the participants’ insight into the clinical care of the patient as it affects their understanding of the coding scenario. Emphasis will be given on routes of administration, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and toxicity.

1 CEU – Clinical Foundations