Agenda

CEU: 19.0
The virtual meeting is comprised of live webinars (which will be recorded) as well as pre-recorded sessions.

Live Sessions
Day 1 - April 8, 2021

8:15 - 8:30 AMWelcome Live Session
8:30 - 9:30 AMFoundations for Healthcare Leadership

Tracy J Farnsworth, EdD, MHSA, MBA, FACHE
President, Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Professor of
Healthcare Management, Idaho State University

CEU: 1.0 - Organizational Management and Leadership
10:00 - 11:00 AMRehab/SNF Reimbursement

Megan Reichle

CEU: 1.0 - Revenue Cycle Management
4:00 - 5:00 PMPrivacy Rule NPRM - IdHIMA Membership Opportunity to Comment

Wes Morris, CHPS, CIPM, HCISPP

The Comment Period for Notice of Proposed Rule Making for changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule is now open.
The Comment period has been extended to allow comments through May 6th. We will provide a live session for
all interested IdHIMA members to review the major changes and vote (by polling) on their perspectives and
interested points they'd like to be submitted by IdHIMA.

CEU: 1.0 - Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

Live Sessions
Day 2 - April 9, 2021

8:15 - 8:30 AMWelcome Live Session
8:30 - 9:30 AMIdHIMA Annual Business Meeting

View the Business Meeting Agenda

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10:00 - 11:00 AMBuilding a Roadmap for an Outcomes Driven Staff Development Program

Pete Risse
Dr. Jeremy Graves

This session will provide practical ideas and tools for designing a comprehensive (and meaningful) staff development program
that delivers demonstrable outcomes for your staff, patients, and operations.

The session will include:
  • An overview of our process for conducting meaningful needs assessments with our teams
  • Establishing concrete and clearly articulated Goals/Outcomes for development programs
  • Use of a process adapted from challenge-based and integrative learning frameworks that engage
    staff, build teams, and deliver application of concepts to real-world needs within your organization.

CEU: 1.0 - Evolving Topics/Other HIM Relevant Topics

12:00 - 1:00 PMGovernance of SDOH Data

Julie A. Pursley, MSHI, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA

The focus of collection, access, management and sharing of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)
is growing; evidenced by public policy initiatives and robust engagement by many industry stakeholders.
A new health information landscape is evolving which requires thought, planning and careful coordination
to best govern clinical and non-clinical data to promote clinical decision-making, improve health outcomes,
public health and health inequities. In this session, we will explore data governance challenges and
opportunities associated with organizations such as social service agencies and home and community-based
service providers.

Learning Objectives:
Attendees will explore operational challenges and opportunities associated with collecting, managing and
exchanging social determinants of health data. The audience will discover ways the health information professional
can work to institute and encourage strong data governance principles for robust clinical decision-making and to
improve health outcomes.

CEU: 1.0 - Data Structure, Content and Information Governance

On Demand
Pre-Recorded Sessions

AHIMA CSA Excellence Series - Data Analytics, Use, and Visualization

Joanna McCormack, MHS, MS, CCA

All organizations collect massive amounts of healthcare data. This data illustrates trends in healthcare, the financial
health of the organization, the health of the population served, the resources utilized to care for and treat the population
and supports a variety of healthcare decision making. This presentation provides an overview of healthcare data
sources, examples of how the data is used for decision making and important aspects of data visualization.

CEU: 1.0 - Evolving Topics/Other HIM Relevant Topics
E&M Coding I

Lori-Lynne Webb

CEU: 0.5 - Data Structure, Content and Information Governance
How to Harden Your Attack Surface in the Age of Software Vendor Supply-Chain Attacks

Joshua Schmidt, CEH, CPT – BPM’s Lead Technical Assessor

Third party vendor supply-chain attacks have come to the forefront of cybersecurity conversations as the SolarWinds
(and beyond?) breach has permeated our nation’s critical computing infrastructure, not to mention numerous trusted
vendors that used SolarWinds. Hardening systems against well-funded advanced persistent threats (APTs) that are not
only stealthy, but also craft their own zero-day exploits and embed trojans in trusted third-party software, is a daunting task.
By taking a structured approach to layered controls, organizations can minimize the impact of trusted vendor supply-chain
attacks. Join Josh Schmidt, lead penetration test assessor for BPM, as he outlines the problem and possible approaches to
mitigate this ever-present threat.

CEU: 1.0 - Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security
Information Blocking

Coleman Smith

CEU: 1.0 - Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security
Retirement of Legacy Systems

Patrick Regan

This presentation will be focused on how retiring legacy systems can benefit organizations by reducing cost, increasing
productivity and quality, and adding an additional layer of security.

Learning Objectives: Reduce Cost, Increase Productivity, Improve Quality, Ensure Security

CEU: 1.0 - Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security
Proactive Strategies to Integrate Managed Care and Contract Management

John Wallace

CEU: 1.0 - Informatics, Analytics and Data Use
21st Century Cures

Keerthi Sudha
Sarthak Thussu (Sam)
Gokul Gangadharan
Rohan Singh

CEU: 1.0 - Health Law and Compliance



Introduction to ICD-11 Codes

Mary H. Stanfill, MBI, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA
IdHIMA President 2020-21

The World Health Assembly approved a resolution to adopt the International Classification of Diseases, 11th Revision, (ICD-11)
on May 25, 2019. It will go into effect as the new international standard on January 1, 2022. This session is an introduction to
the WHO’s ICD-11 codes for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics (MMS). The speaker will review the ICD-11 code structure and
organization and demonstrate how to classify common conditions using the WHO coding tool and browser. Multiple conditions,
coded with both ICD-11 and ICD-10-CM will be presented to compare and contrast the two coding systems.

Learning objectives:
By the end of this session learners will…
1. Understand the underlying ICD-11 code structure and organization
2. Compare and contrast ICD-11 MMS codes with ICD-10-CM codes
3. Classify diagnoses using the WHO ICD-11 MMS coding tool, browser and guidelines

CEU: 1.0 - Data Structure, Content and Information Governance
Surgery Coding I

Lori-Lynne Webb

CEU: 0.5 - Data Structure, Content and Information Governance
Naturopathic Physicians

Joanna McCormack, MHS, MS, CCA

Discuss scope of practice, difference from primary care

CEU: 1.0 - Evolving Topics
Telehealth Guidelines: Pandemic and Beyond

Kathryn DeVault, MSL, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA

Objectives:
Evaluate the current Telehealth guidance, pandemic-related
Review allowed billable telehealth codes
Review specific use of modifiers and place of service codes
Discuss guidance for telehealth coding and billing after the PHE ends
Description: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the telehealth guidelines changed significantly and as well as the incidence
of telehealth. The amount of changes left organization concerned about accurate documentation and correct billing.
This presentation will review the current guidelines, including the allowed codes and correct use of telehealth-specific
modifiers and place of service codes. Beyond the current guidelines, this session will also include a discussion of what’s
next once the public health emergency ends.

CEU: 1.0 - Revenue Cycle Management
Building Our Health Information Community, 2021 AHIMA Report to the CSAs

Katherine Lusk, MHSM, RHIA, FAHIMA
AHIMA’s 2021 President / Chair

CEU: 1.0 - Evolving Topics
AHIMA Code of Ethics

Lori-Lynne Webb

CEU: 1.0 - Organizational Management and Leadership
Understanding the Information Blocking requirements and exceptions for Providers

Wes Morris, CHPS, CIPM, HCISPP

CEU: 1.0 - Health Law and Compliance
A Realistic Approach to Achieving a 1% Duplicate Record Error Rate

Julie A. Pursley, MSHI, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA

Collecting patient demographics is the starting point to trusted, reliable data throughout the patient’s health journey.
For nearly two decades there has been a federal appropriations restriction prohibiting the Department of Health and
Human Services from spending any federal dollars to promulgate or adopt a unique health identifier.
In the meantime, health information professionals continue to contribute greatly in this space. Management of the
master patient index is vital to reducing and mitigating patient matching errors that may affect clinical care and interoperability.
In this session, we will discover approaches used today to achieve a low duplicate rate.

Learning Objectives:
Attendees will examine various components to AHIMA’s 2020 white paper on this topic. The presentation will highlight areas
for exploration to identify and recognize variability in databases, duplicate error and creation rate calculations, workforce
factors and types of patient matching algorithms which all play an important role in achieving a low duplicate record error rate.
Discussion will be held about how the organizational goal checklist can be tailored to fit particular environments.

CEU: 1.0 - Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

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