Although only one of Tuesday morning’s AHIMA Assembly on Education Symposium (AOE) presentations was titled “Innovate or Commiserate,” the phrase could have been the theme of this morning’s sessions.
Before we can govern, we need to know it is that we need to be governing. That was the message that underscored Monday’s presentation “Data Governance: What’s Under the Covers” delivered by Merida L. Johns, PhD, RHIA, and Linda Kloss, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA, at AHIMA’s Assembly on Education in Chicago, IL.
In this web series, HIM professionals working in emerging roles give advice on tackling difficult HIM problems. This month focuses on the role of informatics in HIM.
The healthcare industry’s late-to-the-party approach to cybersecurity renders patients’ and providers’ protected health information (PHI) vulnerable to data terrorists, healthcare security experts warn.
Tune in to this monthly online coding column from Melanie Endicott to learn about challenging areas and documentation opportunities for coders. This month, Endicott discusses how roles in CDI can team up with coding professionals.