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MaHIMA Virtual April Education Session - Interoperability and ROI
Friday, April 01, 2022, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST
Category: Webinar - Live

MaHIMA April Virtual Education Session - Interoperability and ROI

This session will occur on Friday, April 1, 2022 from 11am to 1pm EST.  The presentation handouts will be distributed before the session in advance and the CEUs will be distributed after the session. 
NOTE:  This session will earn 2 CEUs for Information Protection:  Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

Session 1: Interoperability:  What’s Next  - Our Road to the Future

Friday, April 1, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm EST


Renee Broadbent, MBA, CCSFP, Vice President, Information Technology, SONE Health
Renee Broadbent is a senior level executive with an extensive background in Information Technology and Information Security.  She has held the role of Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer in both hospital health systems as well as Managed Care Organizations (MSO). Most recently, Ms. Broadbent served as AVP of Population Health Information Technology and Strategy at UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester, Massachusetts and was part of the leadership team that achieved $22 million in savings for the Accountable Care Organization. Additionally, she led the data and analytics team to help Umass Memorial Health Care achieve HIMSS Stage 7 Analytics for both inpatient and outpatient, one of 2% of health systems in the country to achieve this honor.

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Session 2: Unifying ROI Across the Enterprise: Large Health Systems Leading the Way

Friday, April 1, 2022 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST


Barbara Carr, RHIA, Strategic Advisor, Verisma  
Barbara Carr serves as a strategic advisor for Verisma and joined the team in 2021. Barbara has extensive experience managing HIM departments for leading health systems nationwide. She most recently served as Assistant Vice President at Einstein Healthcare Network where she directed all facets of HIM services and Clinical Documentation Improvement across all facilities. Barbara also served as Corporate Director of Health Information Management at Christiana Care in Newark, DE. Barbara also served as President of the Delaware HIM Association and delegate to AHIMA.  She is a graduate of Miami Dade College and received a degree in Health Information Management.

Summary:  This session will address how large health systems are unifying ROI and the path they are taking to achieve this goal. While many health systems have discussed transitioning to a unified approach, COVID-19 demonstrated that it’s past time to accelerate this transition. The session will identify how to build the business case, project planning, pitfalls and lessons and the benefits to an entire health system.

Achieving compliance while improving service and reducing cost is the central challenge for ROI. As this session will underscore, achieving these goals requires a unified approach to ROI across the enterprise, including ambulatory services and affiliated practices. 

Objectives:

o   Identify the benefits of moving from fragmented to unified ROI and how to build the business case

o   Consider gaps and roadblocks in the levels of integration of your organization’s ROI systems

o   Review requisite building blocks for unifying ROI and models and milestones for transitioning ROI to an enterprise system


This session will receive a total of 2 CEU for Information Protection:  Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security


Pricing for this virtual education session - for a total of 2 CEUs
50.00 for Members; 
75.00 for Nonmembers; 
35.00 Emeritus and 
25.00 Student

Registration can be found here.


Contact: Elisa Pelchat