Sponsored Event – NCHIMA Annual Meeting

Embassy Suites by Hilton Golf Resort & Spa
Concord, NC

Young Moore is proud to be a 2022 Corporate sponsor of the North Carolina Health Information Management Association (NCHIMA) and will be exhibiting at its annual meeting in Concord, NC on June 5th – June 7th. Healthcare attorney David A. Senter, Jr. will be attending. Please stop by and say hello!

Some topics on the conference agenda include:

  • Remote Working Risks and Opportunities
  • The Impossible Bridge
  • History of HIM Program at ECU/Myra Brown Memorial
  • A Healthcare Managers Challenge
  • Improving Health Information thru Improved Physician Engagement
  • WWWWH: Prepping for the RHIT/RHIA Exam
  • Coding and CDI Automation Leads to Revenue Cycle Transformation
  • A Strategic Approach to Improve MSDRG Accuracy with Physician Engagement
  • Importance of Networking
  • NC Health Information Leader Panel
  • Succeeding in a Virtual World… Virtual Interview and People Skills
  • Welcome to the Future
  • The Employee as a Threat Vector
  • The State of NC HIT/HIM Education: A Session for NC Educators (Roundtable)
  • AHIMA’s 2022 Report to the CSAs
  • Ensuring an Effective Healthcare Compliance Program
  • Using Electronic Doc Templates to Comply with Coding Guideline Updates
  • OCR Right of Access Initiative – Lessons Learned from Recent Sanctions
  • HIPAA and the 4th Amendment
  • AHIMA CSA Excellence Presentation
  • Future Proofing for Release of Information

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