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Principles of Health Information Management

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Principles of Health Information Management provides an introduction to Health Information Management (HIM) to include the structure and use of health information, health record data management, health record documentation, healthcare delivery systems, regulatory and compliance issues.

CEUs:     12 AHIMA      8 AAPC
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Principles of Health Information Management provides an introduction to Health Information Management (HIM) to include the structure and use of health information, health record data management, health record documentation, healthcare delivery systems, regulatory and compliance issues.  This course also provides an overview of key HIM topics including computer systems, privacy and security, management of healthcare data sets, research and regulatory compliance issues.

Course objectives:

  • Understand the purposes of the health record and attributes of privacy, security, access, flexibility, connectivity and efficiency in the functions of the health information profession
  • Identify the content of health records in various healthcare settings including personal health records
  • Describe the purpose of healthcare data sets and standards in various environments
  • Understand health information functions in a paper environment as well as an electronic environment
  • Summarize the concept of quality and its importance in healthcare
  • Understand the basic organizational structure of various healthcare organizations
  • Describe various reimbursement methodologies
  • Multimedia and interactive online course offering independent self-study.
  • Knowledge checks and/or final assessment ensure mastery of material.
  • Online Flexibility! Materials available 24/7. Work at your own pace — save time and travel costs.
  • Earn Libman Education Certificate of Completion and CEUs.
  • To receive CEU credit, students must achieve a passing rate on the course assessment(s).
  • Course is self-paced. For planning purposes, assume 1-3 hours required for each CEU.
  • Unlimited course access during enrollment period. For courses offering greater than one CEU, enrollment period is 16 weeks. For courses offering one or fewer CEUs, enrollment period is 4 weeks.
  • Extensions to the enrollment period are available. Contact Libman Education for pricing.
  • Financing available through PayPal Credit.
  • Price listed is per person/per course. Group rates available upon request.

Course Syllabus
1 Purpose and Function of the Health Record
2 Content and Structure of the Health Record
3 Healthcare Data Sets and Standards
4 Clinical Vocabularies and Classification Systems
5 Reimbursement Methodologies
6 Healthcare Delivery Systems
7 Ethical Issues in Health Information Management
8 Legal Issues in Health Information.
9 Electronic Health Records
10 Information Security

Instructor:
Angela Lehoux, BS, CCS, CDIP, CIC, COC, CPC-I

Angela Lehoux is a coder with 25 years of experience in inpatient, outpatient and emergency room coding; an instructor and education specialist for Libman Education courses; and Director of Training and Operations for Libman Education where she is responsible for ensuring that our training is accurate, easily accessible, and challenging. Angela believes in the transformational power of education to help individuals achieve their personal and career goals and for institutions to achieve operating success. She develops and reviews course content and is the teacher for Libman Education’s Medical Coder Career Program (MCCP), courses on ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS, and review courses for the CCA, CCS, CIC, and COC credentials. Angela holds a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management.

Author:
Pamela J. Haney, MS, RHIA, CCS, CIC, COC
Pamela J. Haney is the Coding Trainer Lead for the “American Apprenticeship Grant Program” at the AHIMA Foundation funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. While Director of Training and Education for Libman Education, Pam was responsible for the writing and/or development of online and instructor-led courses in health information management and medical record coding. An experienced educator, Pam serves as faculty and advisory committee member for medical coding and HIT programs, and has over thirty years experience as a Director of HIM and Coding Services. She is an AHIMA certified ICD-10 trainer and received the 2013 AHIMA Triumph Award in the Mentor category. Pam was a beta tester for the AAPC CIC™ exam and one of the first to receive the CIC™ certification.
 

 

“[Pam’s] outstanding achievements in staff development and mentoring have opened doors and touched the lives of many grateful new coders who would not have had the opportunity to expand their horizons without her.” — Journal of AHIMA, November – December 2013

“Despite the difficulties of finding coders in rural Maine, Haney set a standard requiring all staff to be credentialled. She identified colleagues and students waiting to take their careers to the next level, and has mentored each one. She also led by example by earning her CCS credential along with the majority of her staff.” — AHIMA, in recognition of Haney’s 2013 Mentor Award

“I truly thank you Libman Group for your wonderful courses that have contributed to my success.” — Leslie Jay Corn, CCS, CPC, CCA/ER Coding Analyst/Boston Medical Center OR LogixHealth

“Pam should to be commended for her dedication to the Health Information Management profession especially in her role as a mentor to her employees, HIM students, and her colleagues. Her willingness to provide support and opportunities for improvement and accomplishment has been ongoing throughout her career and continues on today as we approach our next challenge in transitioning to ICD-10.” — Millis Blackburn Perry, RHIA, CCS, CPC, Director of Coding Services, Synernet, Inc.

“Most recently I had two opportunities to work closely with Pam providing coder development education to her staff. Pam demonstrated her commitment to the development of her staff members by investing time and resources in their education. She leads by example, asking others to do only what she herself is willing to do. Pam facilitated the professional development of staff members lucky enough to have her as their boss.” — Mary Beth York, CCS, CCS-P, CIC, Barry Libman Inc.

“I want to thank you so much for the fabulous presentation for our membership today that Pam Haney provided. It was very informative and great information for our attendees.” — Gloria Litton, RHIA, CCS, Virginia HIMA, on Pam’s presentation for the VHIMA Webinar “Mastering Physician Queries in the Hospital Setting”

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