MaHIMA Webinar – Increase HIM Job Levels and Compensation
September 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$40.00
Were you unable to attend the MaHIMA Conference on Tuesday to hear Keith Olenik’s presentation on job levels and compensation in HIM?
Back by request, Keith will be presenting a one hour webinar on HIM Job Levels and Compensation.
This one hour webinar will focus on HIM supervisors and managers who often struggle to clearly explain the higher levels needed to raise job levels and compensation for their staff. Bloom’s Taxonomy is a research-based method that can assist. The audience will be introduced to Bloom’s. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own job descriptions for a useful takeaway.
Speaker: Keith Olenik
Keith has over 35 years of experience working with healthcare delivery systems as a member of senior management and as a consultant. He specializes in methods to streamline business operations, evaluate and implement information technology solutions, and enhance productivity through process improvement. Keith has also recently assisted many organizations in preparation for ICD-10 and meaningful use along with past projects for the development of legal health record and electronic discovery strategies.
Keith holds a B.A. in health information management from the University of Kansas and an M.A. in Health Services Management with an emphasis in Computer Resources Management from Webster University. He is currently the owner of The Olenik Consulting Group and was previously a Visiting Professor in the Health Information Management program at the University of Cincinnati. He is member of AHIMA, currently serving as Chair of the Council for Excellence in Education and previously served on the board of directors for AHIMA and the AHIMA Foundation.
In addition to these activities Keith has been a speaker at various conventions and educational seminars on ICD-10, HIPAA, project management, legal health records, and electronic health record strategies. He has also contributed to several health information management books on ethics and legal health records. Keith has participated with the AHIMA EHR Practice Council to develop several best practice guidelines for legal health records and electronic discovery.