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Everyday Information Governance (2 CEUs)
Thursday, September 22; 11a - 12:30p
Presented by Linda L. Kloss, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA
All information-intensive industries discover that adoption of IT brings with it the need to formalize the governance of data and information. EHR adoption and the growing uses for information means that information governance (IG) is now getting much needed attention by health care organizations. IG is not new to health care and certainly not new to HIM. HIM has been advocating for managing information according to principles of IG for many decades. What is new is the need to formalize IG practices across the health care enterprise and to put IG oversight mechanisms in place.
This webinar introduces practical ways of thinking and talking about IG and promoting it in your organization. It focuses on HIM functions that are integral to IG and describes use cases illustrating how HIM professionals are advancing IG everyday through effective information management.
ICD-10 Troubleshooting: Tips from Coders to Coders (2 CEUs)
Wednesday, September 28; 11a - 12:30p
Presented by Stacy Hardin, RHIT, CCS and Dana Brown, RHIA, CHC
ICD-10 Troubleshooting is a dynamic presentation composed of real life question and answer scenarios (Inpatient and Outpatient) submitted by coders and answered by a team of AHIMA Approved ICD-10 Trainers. This presentation will include diagnosis and procedure coding tips for areas challenging to coding professionals including key concepts and definitions related to ICD-10 CM/PCS.
The coding professional will be presented with real life questions/scenarios and an explanation of the processes used to arrive at recommended codes will be provided. Brief illustrations and information designed to assist the coding professional apply and expand knowledge of Anatomy & Physiology used to assign specific codes will be included. Information on knowledge gaps that that have been encountered within ICD 10 CM/PCS since implementation, as well as identified gaps in documentation and CDI opportunities will be reviewed.