Event Type: Meeting
HIM Domain: Clinical Documentation Improvement
Continuing Education Units Available: 7
Location: Chicago, IL
Venue: Hilton Chicago
Melanie Endicott, MBA/HCM, RHIA, CHDA,CDIP, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer Senior Director, HIM Practice Excellence
Tammy Combs, RN, MSN, CCS, CCDS, CDIP, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer Director, HIM Practice Excellence, CDI/Nurse Planner
AHIMA is collaborating with the American Medical Association (AMA) to offer an interactive, one-day outpatient clinical documentation improvement (CDI) workshop. The workshop equips attendees with the tools they need to feel confident working in outpatient CDI settings. It will provide practical resources to those that are brand new to CDI, those that are developing a new outpatient CDI program, and to those who plan to expand an existing CDI program. The workshop will begin by covering the principles of CDI and its evolution to the outpatient setting, followed by the drivers and benefits of outpatient CDI, and wrapping up the morning with the structure, goals and follow-up for outpatient CDI programs. The afternoon will be focused on documentation drivers of ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes and CPT procedure codes. Attendees will participate in numerous hands-on case studies that will illustrate the continuum of high quality clinical documentation resulting in high quality coded data, which ultimately results in high quality patient care and outcomes.
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Onsite Registration Available
Please note: AHIMA policies listed below do not apply to this event. See the AMA website for cancellation policies for this event.
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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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720 S. Michigan Ave
Room: Continental A/B
The workshop will take place in room Continental A/B of the Hilton. A continental breakfast and lunch will be served. Breakfast will be in the foyer and attendees can bring food into A/B. In addition, Lunch will be in Continental C.
Prices starting at $16 per person one way from O’Hare International Airport and starting at $14 per person one way from Midway International Airport.
Airport Shuttles depart from O'Hare airport every 10-15 minutes for downtown service to Chicago hotels, downtown businesses, near north residential locations, and suburban locations. Ticket counters and loading zones for boarding the GO Airport Express van are at Door 1E across from baggage claim 6, at Terminal 2 door 2E across from Jet Blue Baggage Claim, Terminal 3 Door 3E across from baggage claim 9 and at Terminal 5, just outside door 5E.
Shuttles depart from Midway (MDW) Airport every 15 minutes for downtown service to Chicago hotels, downtown businesses and near north residential locations.GO Airport Express ticket counter and loading zone is located at Door 3, lower level across from baggage claim.
Approximately $50 from O’Hare International Airport: Taxi stands located at the lower-level curb front (outside of Baggage Claim) at each terminal.
Approximately $30 from Midway International Airport: Taxi stands are located on the lower level curb front of the terminals, and taxis are available on a first come, first serve basis.
$5 from O’Hare International Airport
$2.25 from Midway International Airport
The CTA Blue Line provides service directly into O'Hare Airport. The fully-accessible O’Hare station is situated in the lower level concourse, which connects Airline Terminals 1, 2 and 3, and is conveniently accessed from Terminal 5 by free, frequent airport shuttle trains.
The CTA Orange Line provides service directly to Midway Airport. The fully-accessible Midway station is right next to the airport terminal building, and connected by an enclosed walkway.
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