HIM professionals are often pigeonholed into
traditional roles, but it doesn’t have to be this way. To disrupt the pattern,
individuals must drive innovation within the HIM department, healthcare
organization, and regional network. This webinar shows you how to navigate
gridlocked mindsets and prejudiced personalities to challenge the status quo.
You will assess the changing healthcare ecosystem of data-driven decisions,
population health, and accountable care. Next, define innovation and recognize
how principles from the world’s leading innovation strategists can be applied to
HIM. The speaker addresses traditional HIM log jams and misperceptions, and
attendees dig deep into historical HIM roles to identify where careers get
stuck. Next-generation strategies gained during this session help attendees push
forward despite pessimism, weave HIM skillsets throughout every service line,
and discover new ways to challenge the existing state of affairs. This session
will inspire you to break out of complacency and expand your knowledge. Your
seat at the population health table is waiting. Take it!
Assess HIM’s role in the changing healthcare
ecosystem, including accountable care, data-driven decision making and
population health management.
Define the latest innovation methodologies and
understand how to creatively apply them to your HIM department, organization
and regional network.
Be inspired to push forward despite pessimism
and become a devil’s advocate for innovation, creativity and change.
Weave your HIM skills, knowledge and experience
throughout every department and service line to address stronger information
management and deeper levels of data integrity within healthcare.
Break out of complacency and be inspired to
expand your knowledge, try new tactics, and take your seat at the executive
Who Should Attend
Chief Information Governance Officer, Privacy
Officer, Security Officer, Chief Information Officer, Compliance Officer, HIM
This replay was recorded on 02/02/2017.
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