Audio Minutes at AHIMA
The 86th AHIMA Convention and Exhibit took place in San Diego CA in the fall of 2014. The annual event draws health information management (HIM) thought leaders and professionals and healthcare executives from all areas of health informatics and information management for this weeklong focus on HIM’s global transformation.
The following audios are interviews with Joy Rios and exhibitors at the convention.Don Asmonga, VP Standards & Government Affairs, Privacy Analytics discussing the important topic of de-identifying patient information for research and other healthcare services Mac McMillan of CynergisTek, talking about data breaches and the importance of vigilance in protecting patient health information Summer Scott Humphreys, Executive Consultant for Beacon Partners, talking about how healthcare organizations can capitalize on the ICD-10 delay. Bonnie Cassidy, of Nuance Communications and past president of AHIMA, along with colleague Dr. Nick Van Terheyden discussing how the HIM role is changing and the importance of clinical documentation integrity. Rene Novoa of DriveSavers, sharing how they recover data even after all hope is lost. Cole Hooper of MedeAnalytics, discussing how Revenue Integrity helps identify gaps in care. Rob Rhodes, of Iatric Systems, talking about how patient privacy is important to a hospital’s current and future plans. Chris Silveira of Gardian Analytics, explaining how behavior analytics can help prevent and address data breaches. Jim Bailey, President of BACTES (a Sharecare company). Gavin Krumenacker, VP HIE Solutions and Business Development for MRO Corp, speaking about provider strategies for the Transitions of Care objective in Meaningful Use Stage 2. Mario Hyland, President of Aegis, discussing the importance for continuous interoperability testing. Dr. Jon Elion of Chartwise, sharing his thoughts on the ICD-10 delay and who often ends his presentations with a song.
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