WSHIMA Fall Institute

Friday, October 4, 2019

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM PT


Agenda

7:30 - 8:00 - Registration

 

8:00 - 9:30

 

 

Track 1 - In Patient Coding and CDI Improvement

 

PCS Coding: Back to the Basics

 

Discussion of the coding concepts that are unique to ICD-10-PCS codes.

Review PCS conventions and guidelines that lead to accurate code assignment.

Practice body part identification and approaches which still challenge many coders.

Review Case Studies that provide helpful hints to be used during the coding process.

 

Laura Legg
Strategic Solutions Director
BESLER

CEU: 1.5 - Clinical Data Management

 

Track 2 - Rise in Privacy - Privacy and Information Security

 

Assessing Privacy and Security Compliance

Teach the audience the complex world of measuring privacy and
security regulatory compliance through the use of assessments.

Inform the audience members of newer regulatory requirements,
including GDPR (General Data Protection Rule) and CCPA
(California Consumer Protection Act).

Illustrate how audience members can perform these assessments.

Show the end result of assessments, e.g. prioritized remediation
plans including policy creation and updates.

Show how real world assessment and remediation processes flow
and operate.

Demonstrate real assessment questions, illustrating the scope and
content of various assessments

Inform the audience of real world case examples of the use of and
results from privacy and security assessments.

Kelly McLendon, RHIA, CHPS
CompliancePro Solutions, LLC

CEU: 1.5 - Privacy & Security

 

9:30 - 9:45 - Break

 

9:45 - 10:45

 

Track 1 - In Patient Coding and CDI Improvement

 

The Crucial Role the Inpatient Coder Plays in the Success of the Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) Program

Discuss how to best mitigate the risk of missed opportunities by promoting collaboration between inpatient coding and the CDI Nurse Specialists

The Power of Assigning the Most Appropriate Principal Diagnosis – demonstrate the impact on relative weight, geometric mean length of stay, mortality rate and reimbursement

Explain why there is more to coding a case than just achieving a severity of illness (SOI) level 4 and a risk of mortality (ROM) level 4

Sharon Hartzel
Moss Adams LLP

CEU: 1.0 - Performance Improvement

 

 

Track 2 - Rise in Privacy - Privacy and Information Security

 

Information Security Risk Assessments and Cybersecurity Risks


Illustrate how to complete a risk assessment

Describe the difference between risks, threats, assets, vulnerabilities and controls

Review what is necessary in an information security risk assessment

Show how to establish a risk management plan and determine risk treatment options

Cris Ewell, PhD
CISO University of Washington

CEU: 1.0 - Privacy & Security

 

10:45 - 11:00 - Break

 

11:00 - 12:00

 

Track 1 - In Patient Coding and CDI Improvement

 

Inpatient Risk-Adjustment Coding, HCCs and Compliance

Gives participants overview of the InPatient Risk Adjustment Model

Gives participants knowledge of HCC code capture rules for InPatient services

Gives participants tips in compliant documentation and code capture

Nancy J. Andersen, MS, RHIA, CCS
Kaiser Permanente Health Plan and Hospitals

CEU: 1.0 - Clinical Data Management

 

 

Track 2 - Rise in Privacy - Privacy and Information Security

Washington Data Law's - impact on Privacy and Information Security

WA State law, CCPA, GDPR changes to SHB 1071, the impact of consent/release of information under HB 1874, awareness of the Washington's Uniform Parentage Act and the “near miss” of HB 1845 and SB 5376 (including what we might see in the next legislative session)

Zosia Stanley, JD
Washington State Hospital Association

CEU: 1.0 - Privacy and Security

 

12:00 - 12:30 - Lunch (provided)

 

12:30 - 2:00

 

 

Track 1 - In Patient Coding and CDI Improvement

 

2020 ICD-10 CM Updates

Learn about the new diagnosis and procedure codes for FY20; Understand clinical concepts about the new codes; Learn the CC/MCC designation changes; Learn how to create an action plan for FY20

Laura Legg
Strategic Solutions Director
BESLER

CEU: 1.5 - Clinical Data Management

 

 

Track 2 - Rise in Privacy - Privacy and Information Security

 

The Landscape of HIEs; 21st Century Cures Act, Information Blocking and TEFCA - It's not just HIPAA anymore.


HIE Exchange - Impact to privacy. Discuss nationwide exchange as electronic health information across disparate health information networks to include understanding of the regulation landscape including AHIMA's recommendation and interpretation of the 21st Century Cures Act, including Information Blocking as well as Trusted Exchange Framework & Common Agreement TEFCA.

Chris Apgar, CISSP
Apgar and Associates

CEU: 1.5 - Privacy & Security

 

2:00 - 2:15 - Break

 

2:15 - 3:15

 

 

Track 1 - In Patient Coding and CDI Improvement

 

Coding - Strokes

To code cerebral hemorrhages and ischemic strokes using documentation in the chart.

The anatomy of the brain with reference to strokes

To code common treatments for strokes

What is required for the stroke core measures.

Linda Dawson
Providence Health System

CEU: 1.0 - Clinical Data Management

 

 

 

Track 2 - Rise in Privacy - Privacy and Information Security

 

HIPAA's Patient Right to Access PHI

One of the top five issues investigated by the Officer for 14 Civil Rights
(OCR)!

Debi Primeau, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA
President, Primeau Consulting Group, Inc.

CEU: 1.0 - Privacy & Security

 

3:15 - 3:30 - Break

 

3:30 - 4:30

 

Track 1 - In Patient Coding and CDI Improvement & Track 2 - Pro-Fee Coding and CDI Improvement

 

Management of End Stage Liver Disease

Recognize the causes of cirrhosis

Describe the complications of cirrhosis and their presentation

Manage the treatment for the complications of cirrhosis

Anne Larson, MD FAASLD FACP AGAF
NW Hepatology - University of Washington Medicine

CEU: 1.0 - Clinical Foundations

 

Track 2 - Rise in Privacy - Privacy and Information Security

 

Successful Breach Mitigation Breach Risk Assessment Tool Key elements required in every organization.


Privacy and Security Incidents and breach methodology

Monitoring for breaches

Examination of the data elements associated with breach reporting and how these data elements can serve reporting for governance and how they can assist in breach mitigation.

Review of the breach determination elements provided by OCR

Review of the breach determination elements not provided by OCR that are vital to address

Kelly McLendon, RHIA, CHPS
CompliancePro Solutions, LLC

CEU: 1.0 - Privacy & Security


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Continuing Education

CEUs: 7.0

 

During the week following the meeting, all paid attendees will receive an email with a link to the online evaluation. Once completed, you will have the option to download a CE certificate.


Pricing

WSHIMA Members $125.00

Non-Members $ 150.00

Students $75.00



Location

Four Points by Sheraton - Seattle Airport South

22406 Pacific Highway South
Des Moines, WA 98198

 

253-642-0100

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Our Speakers

Linda Dawson

Providence Health System

 

1975 Graduate of PCC in Portland, OR
AHIMA Train the Trainer
Inpatient Trainer for Providence Health and Services

 


 

Cris Ewell, PhD
CISO University of Washington

 

Dr. Cris V. Ewell is the Chief Information Security Officer at UW Medicine. As the senior leader in the Information Security program, he has full strategic and operational oversight for building and managing the security framework, teams, programs, and policies to decrease exposure, drive awareness, and minimize risk for the organization. Along with UW Medicine, he has worked with several other organizations, including Seattle Children's Hospital, to help them implement risk management practices to address information security risks and to promote meaningful dialogue about the information security program with executive management and board members. Cris has a PhD in Computer Information Systems – Concentration in Information Security, MSc in Information Technology – Concentration in Information Security, and BSc in Information Technology – Concentration in Network Technology.