CEUs: 9.0 sessions + 1.0 virtual exhibit hall

*Live sessions will be recorded and available on-demand at a later date.

June 1, 2021

RecordedLive Session*
Opening Ceremonies - President Welcome Message
RecordedLive Session*
AHIMA Update

Brenda K. Beckham, RHIA

CEU: 1.0 - Evolving Topics

June 2, 2021

RecordedLive Session*
The West Virginia e-Directive Registry

Danielle Funk

CEU: 1.0 - Informatics, Analytics, and Data Use
RecordedLive Session*
Relational Leadership: Creating Positive Relationships to Achieve Positive Results

Colleen Goethals, MS, RHIA, FAHIMA

CEU: 1.0 - Organizational Management and Leadership

Pre-Recorded Sessions

Cracking the IR Code: Tips for Mastering Common Complex Interventions

President and Senior Consultant, RadRx

CEU: 1.0 - Clinical Foundations
The Value of a Complete Quality Auditing Program

Angela Knight, CHCAF, CHTSIM, RHIT, Director, Audit, nThrive

The dynamics of coding audits has shifted since ICD-10. With the shift comes changes in procedures,
coding patterns and trends. Auditing offers an ideal avenue to understand and influence overall patient
health, improve clinical documentation and enhance the fiscal health of a health care organization.
This provides visibility and understanding of what areas need improvements and corrections.

Providers can help increase accurate reimbursement in a faster turnaround time and provide valuable
education to your coders at the same time through auditing provider’s documentation in ensure accurate
coding for billing. Reviewing where provider’s can improve will provide deep insight into process

CEU: 1.0 - Revenue Cycle Management
Optimize Health Care Revenue Cycle Operations with Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Patricia Bounds

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has proven to be an important technology for the automation
of manual processes. Organizations that have implemented have reduced costs by 30-70%
depending on processes deployed. According to Becker’s Hospital CFO Report, some organizations
have increased their team capacity from 35 to 200%, so they can focus on higher priority,
problem-solving tasks.

This advanced technology helps hospitals to streamline operations, reduce the time to complete
tasks, improve financial performance, and lower labor costs. It is easily used for common tasks
that can be replicated, like manual data entry, queries, cutting and pasting. Bots can also be trained
to automate more complex tasks including denials management, authorization management, claim
edit resolution, and other processes, including:

  • Gathering information from websites and other applications to integrate information directly
    into the HIS and submit pre-authorizations
  • Correcting eligibility mistakes including Government Managed Care eligibility
  • Responding to payor denials by generating online appeals automatically
  • Automating simple billing edit resolution

CEU: 1.0 - Revenue Cycle Management
How to Prepare Your HIM Resources for an Unpredictable Future

Bill Wagner, CHPS, CPCO

CEU: 1.0 - Revenue Cycle Management
AHIMA CSA Excellence Series: Documentation Integrity

Ashley Simmons, MBA, RHIA, CCS, CDIP

Documentation integrity (CDI) facilitates the accurate representation of a patient’s clinical status. Clinical documentation is at the core of every patient encounter. In order to be meaningful, it must be accurate, timely, and reflect the scope of services provided. This presentation will Define documentation integrity, examine the role of HIM in documentation integrity, identify the seven characteristics of high-quality clinical documentation, recognize the documentation integrity process, and distinguish the impact documentation integrity has on revenue cycle, quality scores, and denials.

CEU: 1.0 - Clinical Foundations
Professional Ethics in Health Information Management

Megan McDougal, MS, RHIA, CHTS-IM

AHIMA members, credential holders, and students are required to abide by the principles set forth in the AHIMA Code of Ethics. Become better familiar with the thirteen principles and the guidelines to better navigate ethical situations you may encounter. This presentation illustrates how to incorporate ethics into your HIM practice through case studies, outlines the Ethics self-assessment, and describes the AHIMA Standards of Ethical Coding and Ethical Standards for Clinical Documentation Integrity Professionals

Objective: Provide an overview of the AHIMA Code of Ethics, the meaning of ethics and how it applies to HIM, by reviewing scenarios and tools available to you to ensure you are meeting ethical practices.

CEU: 1.0 - Organizational Management and Leadership

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