Agenda

2020 KHIMA & MoHIMA
Joint Virtual Annual Meeting

20/20 Vision: Looking to the Future of HIM

Live Session

September 1, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM CT

Empowering People to Impact Health: 2020 AHIMA Report to the CSAs
Seth Katz, Seth Katz, MPH, RHIA, FAHIMA
Treasurer – AHIMA Board of Directors

Make AHIMA’s mission your mantra too. Learn about AHIMA’s 2020-2023 strategic plan and how you can help move the mission forward.

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Pre-Recorded Sessions

Inpatient Coding Session


Pam Scott, RHIT, CCS, CRC, CCDS

Hands on review and coding of physician documentation regarding CHF, MI, Sepsis, OB and secondary diagnosis coding. Discuss the ICD-10 Coding Guidelines and Coding Clinic guidance regarding CHF, MI, Sepsis, OB and secondary diagnosis coding.

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Outpatient Coding Session


Let’s Examine E&M’s for the ED – Kristy Evans, RHIT, CCS, CPC, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer
Quick steps to choosing a level for the ED both the facility and the provider.

Time to Exam with Colonoscopies – Christine Crump, CCSP
Some key things to remember when choosing your colonoscopy codes
Review of some frequently used modifiers.

CPT/Telehealth and COVID-19 – Kim Felix, RHIA, CCS
Telemedicine is expanding into more and more arenas of the healthcare continuum. There is marked improvement in patient and provider satisfaction, taking into consideration quality of care, access to care, and cost of care. We will discuss advantages of telehealth and the various ways in which telehealth is being utilized.

Chronic Conditions in Risk Adjustment Coding – Kim Felix, RHIA, CCS
Chronic conditions are challenging to code when it comes to Risk Adjustment. Proper documentation and a thorough understanding of the Coding Guidelines are critical for accurate reimbursement as well as identifying the ‘severity’ of a patient’s condition. This presentation will discuss common chronic conditions and the pitfalls related to documentation and coding.

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LTC Session


LTC Privacy and Security Hot Topics - Deanna Peterson

ICD-10 Challenges in Post PDPM Implementation - Chris Geiger, MA, RHIA, CCS, CRC
This session will go over some of the issues and concerns identified since PDPM implementation on 10/1/19. Identification of common NTA and SLP comorbidities, principal diagnosis selection and clinical category mapping will be reviewed. Supporting documentation concerns will also be addressed.

Kansas Regulatory Update - Dawne Stevenson, RN
Top 10 cited deficiencies in Kansas. How many of these are documentation related?

Missouri Regulatory Update - Shelly Williamson
This session will focus on regulatory updates impacting long term care communities in Missouri. Special focus will be given to emerging issues and recent changes in guidance or regulation.

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Achieving Population Health Through Value-Guided Care
Moshe Starkman

“Population Health” has remained an enigmatic term often used to create intrigue but lacking the substance necessary to command true meaning. In this session we will contrast two popular interpretations of the term and establish an operating definition that incorporates the many considerations necessary to reduce the cost of care in the United States while increasing access to the appropriate care at the best time. We will likewise explore Value in the context of health care and what it means to operate from a patient-centric, outcomes-driven orientation.

From an established definition of both Population Health and Value we will discuss the impact Population Health Management (PHM) programs have on the future state of health care and what organizations are doing today to promote quality, reduce preventable care, and manage the overall cost of care through better technology, analytics, and service orientation. The success of these programs is directly correlated to the effective transition from fee-for-service (by volume) payment models to fee-for-value, i.e. cost and quality accountable, models.

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Big Data and Healthcare
Keith Olenik, MA, RHIA, CHP

Data is impacting our lives without a doubt and the volume of data we have available to us is growing at an exponential rate. How we utilize all of this data is critical to the success of any business. We have an opportunity to help the healthcare industry turn this data into information and ensure there is integrity and value. HIM professionals have a unique skillset based on our educational background that sets us up to accept this challenge and tackle the volumes of data that can and will be turned into valuable information.

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CDI: Collaboration – The Secret Sauce
Denise Johnson, MS, RHIA, CPHQ

1)Understand the challenges and opportunities that affect the CDI profession in the
continuous improvement in a data driven model
2) Establish an understanding of strategies to mitigate the clinical documentation gaps
3) Building key relationships within organizations to integrate financial and clinical data
4) Build a model to track meaningful metrics
5) Define denial prevention strategies

CEU: 1.0 - Revenue Cycle Management
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Courageous Leadership – Living a Life of Influence
Dan Meers

On November 23, 2013, Dan Meers came within inches of losing his life while practicing a bungee jump and zip line stunt at Arrowhead Stadium… home of the Kansas City Chiefs. What Dan anticipated being the thrill of a lifetime ended up being the spill of a lifetime. The stunt went terribly wrong and Dan plummeted 75 feet before crashing into the stadium seats. Miraculously Dan survived. He spent 9 days in the hospital and got some really big scars. Dan smiles when he says, “Scars are just Tattoos that come with a Cool Story”. During this powerful presentation Dan shares his incredible story and the important lessons that he learned during his long road to recovery about leadership and about life.

CEU: 1.0 - Organizational Management and Leadership
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Developing Your Inner Leader
April Martin, DBA, RHIA, CHPS, CHDA, CCS, CDIP, CRC, CRCR, CPHIMS

This session will identify ways established professionals can develop the inner leader within themselves utilizing 10 steps shared by John Maxwell in his book Developing the Leader Within You 2.0. Attendees will create a professional action plan they can take home with them to begin to make an impact in their workplace.

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Federal Court Ruling and OCR Fines - Tips on Supporting Patient Right of Access
Elizabeth Delahoussaye, RHIA, CHPS, Vice President & Chief Privacy Officer, Ciox Health

This session will address the recent federal court decision on the misuse of patient-directed record requests. Participants will gain a clear understanding of the decision including implications for handling patient access requests versus third-party requests. We will also review civil monetary penalties OCR has issued in regards to patient access and distill suggestions for how organizations can protect against potential OCR complaints. We will close with a discussion on how third parties are responding to the federal court decision and how providers can support patients in understanding their health data privacy rights.

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Hierarchical Condition Category (HCC)
Rose T. Dunn, MBA, RHIA, CPA, CHPS, FACHE, FHFMA, FAHIMA

During this session, Rose will highlight the nuances of HCC coding along with the external audit requirements and subtle differences from traditional coding. No coding books will be required. Remember, HCCs are impacted by hospital inpatient coding and outpatient coding as well.

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How Death Certification Impacts Public Health and Safety
Julie Howe

The cause and number of deaths that occur each year in the United States is an important health outcome and is a key indicator of health. Death certificates are still the only way to determine the number, cause, and manner of death. Therefore, correct death certification is essential for improving the quality of death mortality data used to allocate resources, develop initiatives, and monitor public health and safety.

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Humor for Health and Wellness
David Jacobson, LCSW, CHP

Gain an understanding of the role therapeutic humor can play in health and wellness. Explain the physiological, psychological and social benefits of using therapeutic humor. Define and Differentiate between appropriate, healthy humor and inappropriate, unhealthy humor. Discuss and apply humor strategies that can be utilized to enhance ones use of therapeutic humor.

CEU: 1.0 - Organizational Management and Leadership
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Legal Updates Affecting HIM: Keeping Up with the Changes
Richelle Marting, JD, MHSA, RHIA, CPC, CEMC, CPC-I

This session will cover new and upcoming legal changes at the state and federal levels affecting HIM, including price transparency requirements, HIPAA, reimbursement, Conditions of Participation, and licensing laws. Updates to the KHIMA and MOHIMA legal manuals will be discussed.

CEU: 1.0 - Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security
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Life After Transplant: ICD-10 version
Merle Zuel, RN

A humanistic look at medical coding through the eyes of a patient during his heart transplant and recovery. The power of organ donation and the triumph of human spirit is a key component to the story. The speaker also explores some of the challenges associated with coding emerging technologies in personalized medicine and the lag in CMS reimbursement.

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Patient Matching
Letha Stewart, RHIA

This session will discuss combining referential data with a probabilistic algorithm to improve patient matching. Learn what referential data is and how it can be used to enhance patient matching, saving time and money on MPI Cleanup Projects and improving patient identification.

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Staying Positively Connected When the World Gets Canceled
Paul Thomlinson, Ph.D., CCEP, CHRC

Attendees will learn about the evidence pointing to an epidemic of loneliness in our culture, and how loneliness is a root cause for depression, addictions, and suicide. Additionally, they will learn the research on the health effects of loneliness and isolation, and what might be done to address these problems in health care.

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Technology Trends & Information Governance
Rose T. Dunn, MBA, RHIA, CPA, CHPS, FACHE, FHFMA, FAHIMA

During this session, Rose will explore some of the unique and amazing technology that is being introduced into healthcare and let you decide if you would like these for your care. Then she’ll send you on your way home with something to ponder.

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Trauma Informed Care within the Hospital Environment
Alyson Harder, LCSW, LSCSW

This session will cover a basic understanding of what Trauma Informed Care is and how to implement concepts at the macro and micro levels within an organization. Participants will understand 7 core elements of Trauma Informed Care, how to support the growth of our employees through trauma informed approaches and the requirements needed to become a trauma informed organization.

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