May 14, 2018

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Webinar – Advanced Examples of Data Integrity Issues in the EHR

Webinar – Advanced Examples of Data Integrity Issues in the EHR

Webinar Series Continues – Advanced Examples of Data Integrity Issues in the EHR

It is often said that “Seeing is believing”. We can appreciate that idiom every day as we go about our personal and professional lives. In the Medical Documentation world, this is no less true about what integrity means, particularly “document integrity” especially as it relates to the EHR and the overall patient story.  Consider the documentation issues and problems that emerge for transcriptionists, coders, physicians, insurance, hospital staff, and yes, even the patients. So wouldn’t be nice to see and hear about how to avoid these problems in the first place?

Continuing with our live Webinar Series, iData is again proud to sponsor Darice Grzybowski, of H.I.Mentors, as she helps us tackle the issue of Document Integrity by giving us specific examples of common document problems that diminish the value, and compromises the integrity of the EHR. The webinar, entitled “Advanced Examples of Data Integrity Issues in the EHR” will also help us take steps to avoid, and if necessary correct, common EHR document integrity problems.

Join us on Wednesday, June 6, at 12 noon (eastern time zone) as Grzybowski drills deeper into the subject of medical document integrity. Mark your calendars!

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YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS!

Join Darice Grzybowski, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA – President H.I.Mentors, a nationally-renowned author and speaker on the topic of electronic health record management and document integrity.

Attend to learn actionable steps for improving productivity, risk mitigation, and revenue by improving your clinical documentation in the electronic health record. Appropriate audience include HIM & CDI professionals, Risk/ Compliance/ Quality Managers, Clinicians, IT Professionals, and Legal Experts.

Sponsored by iData Medical, Darice will facilitate the second part of a webinar series.

 

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Darice M. Grzybowski, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA, President and Founder, H.I.Mentors, since 2005 and is a certified AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Trainer and Ambassador. Visit H.I.Mentors at www.HIMentors.com

Darice has spoken at numerous conferences, professional associations, government and corporate meetings over the past 30 years. Topics have included; HIM best practices, electronic health records, clinical documentation improvement, workflow performance data analytics, strategic marketing, and revenue cycle process improvement.

Previous engagements have included presentations at regional and national HIMSS, AHIMA, HFMA conventions, as well as other major conferences and international meetings. Darice has also presented in online interviews, webinars and numerous vendor users group meetings and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the School of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences.

ABOUT THE SPONSOR:

Find iData Medical at www.iDataMedical.com

Now celebrating its 10th year as a medical document management leader, iData Medical specializes in transcription, speech recognition editing, and coding documents. Operating out of their offices in Florida and Maryland, iData’s success hinges on its rigorous focus on document integrity, a product of its trademark iD3 process, its focus on the customer, hiring and managing the best people, and operating its work flow using industry leading security.

iData focuses on creating quality clinical documents and overall medical records (accurate patient’s “story”), performs document integrity audits for small and large facilities, and provides back-up services as part of facility contingency and business continuity plans.

Over the years, iData has partnered with leading professionals, consultants, speakers and industry experts to not only improve its work flow, but promote knowledge in the document integrity realm.

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