Event Type: Meeting
HIM Domain: Information Governance and Standards
Continuing Education Units Available: 13
Location: Brentwood (Nashville), TN
Venue: Tennessee Hospital Association
Kathy Downing, MA, RHIA, CHPS, PMP
Mary Reeves, RHIA
Ann Meehan, RHIA
Information governance (IG) is taking hold in healthcare as the way for organizations to manage their information as a strategic asset. Many organizations are making significant progress and are seeing extraordinary value, including:
Now, more than ever, education is important not only to move IG forward but also to lead the effort in your organization! AHIMA’s IG Boot Camp is a one-day, hands-on, deep dive into the application of IG tools and resources and understanding of the IG discipline through both virtual and face-to-face engagement. The IG Boot Camp in a fast-paced, intense, exercise-based application of IG principles, competencies, and tools.
In an effort to minimize an attendee’s time away from the office the first portion of the IG Boot Camp is virtual and completed through six one-hour webinars (6 CEUs total). These webinars provide a baseline understanding of basic IG information. The pre-work creates the platform for the hands-on exercises during the one-day, face-to-face portion of the boot camp.
During the face-to-face portion of the boot camp (7 CEUs) attendees will work with their peers and the IG Advisors™ team to position their organization for success in IG. The IG Boot Camp includes comprehensive exercises that provide functional education and expertise needed to lead an IG program. Attendees will leave the boot camp with extensive understanding of how to apply and implement IG at their organization.
After this boot camp, attendees can expect:
IG is an emerging super discipline that includes information management, compliance, privacy, security, analytics, legal, risk and quality. Take a giant leap forward with your IG program by joining us today!
Who Should Attend:
HIM Director, Privacy Officer, Security Officer, Compliance Officer, Coding Leadership, Corporate Compliance VP, CIO, CEO, COO, CMIO
Onsite Registration Not Available
Video or audio recording of any portion of this event is strictly prohibited.
To receive a refund, notice is required at least five
days prior to the program. With proper notice, fees are refunded minus a
$40 service fee. No refunds are given for cancellations received with fewer
Than five days notice. AHIMA reserves the right to cancel or
reschedule a webinar due to unforeseen circumstances.
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(MP3s available w/select programs)
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AHIMA provides full refunds less a processing fee of $125 for registration cancellations made up until 61 days prior to the date of the first day of the program. A partial refund of 75% is provided for registration cancellations made between 60 and 46 days prior to the date of the first day of the program. NO REFUNDS are provided within 45 days of the date of the first day of the program. All refunds are processed within 30 days of receipt.
Substitutions (that is, assigning a paid registration to another individual) must be requested at least 31 days prior to the date of the first day of the program. A processing fee of $75 will be invoiced at that time. Substitutions are not accepted within 30 days of the program date and no refund will be.
Rescheduling (that is, postponing the use of a paid registration to a future instance of the same program) is subject to availability and limited to future instances of the same program currently advertised on www.ahima.org and occurring within six months of the original program date and within the same year. Requests received at least 46 days prior to the first day of the program will be considered. Approved changes will be accessed a processing fee of $125. Rescheduling is not permitted within 45 days of the program date; no refund will be provided. Registration must be utilized during the same year of purchase.
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