Document Management Multimedia

  1. Elsevier Discusses Differences Between Online and Published Information At HIMSS15
    4/22/2015

    In this podcast, Dr. Peter Edelstein, CMIO and CMO, Elsevier and Sterling Lanier, CEO, Tonic Health explains Elsevier’s HIMSS goals and its role in online information and traditional published information.

  2. The Role Of The Cloud In Providing Enterprise-Wide Visibility Reviewed At HIMSS15
    4/22/2015

    In this podcast, Barry P. Chaiken, MD, MPH, Infor CMIO and former HIMSS Chair details the key technology applications Infor has it developed for the healthcare industry, as well as how healthcare operational and administrative systems have had to evolve to help providers manage the unprecedented changes they face today.

  3. Clinical Documentation Integrity And Its Impact On Information Governance
    10/8/2014

    In the following video, Bonnie Cassidy, senior director of HIM innovation at Nuance Communications and recipient of the 2014 AHIMA Distinguished Member Triumph Award, discusses the runaway train of clinical documentation and how, when records are wrong, clinicians miss out on the whole picture of the patient, leading to imperfect diagnosis.

  4. How Banner Health Standardized Transcription And Saved $1.7 Million
    10/8/2014

    Christine Steigerwald, senior director, HIMS operations at Banner Health discusses in this video how Banner has been able to reduce transcription expenses and improve efficiency by standardizing dictation and transcription technology and processes.

  5. The Impact Of Direct Messaging On Meaningful Use And How It Can Replace Fax
    10/8/2014

    Inofile president and CTO Therasa Bell discussed how providers with any level of technology adoption should use a secure, direct messaging exchange, not just those with a certified EMR, as well as ways for getting fax out of an organization.

  6. Achieve HIMSS Level 7 With Point Of Care Scanning
    10/8/2014

    In this video, EDCO Health Solutions' VP of regional sales Andrew Fehlman shared how EDCO is helping hospitals reach HIMSS level 7 point of care scanning and indexing software and related services. The same software is utilized in HIM for high volume scanning and enables HIM leaders to drive efficiency and improve quality in the pre- and post-discharge document scanning process.

  7. Overcoming The Fragmentation Of Medical Records
    10/8/2014

    OnBase healthcare managers Tim Tegeder, and Dan Slates, Healtchare Manager had a conversation touching on best practices to overcome the fragmentation of medical records and other lessons learned from work done with thousands of clients helping serve the broad needs of the enterprise, from HIM to Human Resources.

  8. Data Governance And Best Practices To Building A Complete Legal Health Record
    10/8/2014

    Darice Grzybowski, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA, president, HIMentors and Karla Sartori, marketing director, ChartMaxx from Quest Diagnostics shared their conversation on the floor of AHIMA in this video. Grzybowski discussed how the lessons from her book, Strategies For Electronic Document And Health Record Managment, can be used to improve data governance and build legal health record while Sartori relayed how those concepts are being applied today.

  9. Adding Documentation To Legal Medical Records With Mobile Devices Simplified
    10/8/2014

    Michael Macaluso, director of product management for McKesson Technology Solutions, spoke from the floor about how AHIMA customers helped shape McKesson's Mobile Media Capture. These customers let McKesson know they were having problems adding documentation into a legal medical record through cumbersome and unsecure processes. McKesson then built a product that helps to utilize the mobile devices hospital staff members are walking around with all the time.

  10. Accurate Clinical Documentation Ensures Appropriate Reimbursement, Drives Better Outcomes
    10/8/2014

    Debbie Schrubb, RHIA, HIM director for Kettering Health Network, was at AHIMA on behalf of 3M Health Information Systems to discuss the importance of accurate and complete clinical documentation to ensure appropriate reimbursement and accurate quality outcomes data - both significant concerns for healthcare organizations given the move towards value-based purchasing. Schrubb relayed how Kettering has launched an initiative to help physicians capture the full patient story in their documentation using automated tools and technology from 3M.