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FHIMA Update . Presented by Stacie L. Buck, RHIA, CCS-P, LHRM, RCC FHIMA President 2007-2008 “The Power of One”. 2007 – 2008 FHIMA Board of Directors. President: Stacie Buck President-Elect: Dwan Thomas-Flowers Past-President: Michelle Mock 2 nd Year Director: Monica Hardy-Johnson

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fhima update

FHIMA Update

Presented by

Stacie L. Buck, RHIA, CCS-P, LHRM, RCC

FHIMA President

2007-2008

“The Power of One”

2007 2008 fhima board of directors
2007 – 2008 FHIMA Board of Directors
  • President: Stacie Buck
  • President-Elect: Dwan Thomas-Flowers
  • Past-President: Michelle Mock
  • 2nd Year Director: Monica Hardy-Johnson
  • 2nd Year Director: Jill Finkelstein
  • 2nd Year Director: Carla Gaines
  • 1st Year Director: Diana Spaulding
  • 1st Year Director: Kelly Wilson
  • 1st Year Director: Monica Cole
  • Chief Delegate: Barbara Flynn
  • Executive Director: Carolyn Glavan
  • AHIMA Delegate: Lori Langley
board activities
Board Activities
  • CSA Scorecard
  • Alternative Revenue Sources
  • Regional Association/FHIMA Relationship Taskforce
  • Review of Standing Rules & Bylaws
  • Structure & Operations of BOD
2007 leadership conference
2007 Leadership Conference
  • August 24th & 25th
  • FHIMA BOD & Regional President/President-Elects in attendance
  • 1st year conference was open to members
  • Strategic Planning Session
    • Dr. Brian Higley, The Building Blocks to Excellence
    • Excellence University – Online Goal Tracking
2007 2008 strategic objectives
2007-2008 Strategic Objectives
  • Facilitate effective communication between FHIMA, regional leadership and our members. 
  • Create an environment that identifies recruits, prepares and supports leaders within the organization.
  • Facilitate the employment of new graduates from HIM programs at the baccalaureate and associate degree levels, and coding programs at the pre-degree level.
  • To be recognized by Florida State Senators and Representatives as the leading authority on legislative issues affecting health information management in our state.
  • Form professional alliances with other healthcare related organizations.
objective 1 facilitate effective communication between fhima regional leadership and our members
Objective #1:  Facilitate effective communication between FHIMA, regional leadership and our members. 
  • Launch new FHIMA Website
  • Hold bimonthly conference calls for regional Presidents and President-Elects.  
  • Conduct a communication needs assessment. 
  • The FHIMA President will host a monthly chat session using the chat function in the Florida CoP. 
  • Send monthly e-Alerts to members regarding FHIMA activities. 
  • Present FHIMA Update at regional meetings and via a Webinar accessible to all members for free and offer CE’s for attending. 
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Objective #2: Create an environment that identifies recruits, prepares and supports leaders within the organization.
  • Provide a formal orientation to all incoming Board members, Committee Chairs and Regional Presidents.
  • Establish a Leadership Mentoring Program.
  • Utilize website to recruit new leaders on an ongoing basis.
  • Develop tools and programs to assist regional leaders in their roles.
  • Create a Leadership Manual that defines leadership expectations and characteristics as well as how to effectively conduct business within a regional association.
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Objective #3: Facilitate the employment of new graduates from HIM programs at the baccalaureate and associate degree levels, and coding programs at the pre-degree level.

  • Develop a mentoring program for students and new graduates.
  • Increase the number of partnerships between Florida HIM programs and healthcare facilities/systems in Florida.
  • Utilize Coding Roundtable information as a means of communicating “hot topics” to all Florida HIM and Coding Programs.
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Objective #4: To be recognized by Florida State Senators and Representatives as the leading authority on legislative issues affecting health information management in our state.

  • FHIMA Advocacy Liaison will continually monitor legislative activities and issues affecting HIM.
  • Establish relationships with state officials at the grassroots level.
  • Advocacy 2 + 2 Toolkit
  • Voter Voice
  • Hill Day 2008
objective 5 form professional alliances with other healthcare related organizations
Objective #5: Form professional alliances with other healthcare related organizations.
  • Introduce FHIMA to healthcare related organizations such as AHDI, HIMSS, MGMA, and AAPC.
    • Recruit new members to FHIMA through these organizations.
    • Exchange speakers for conferences.
nominating
Nominating

Chair – Holly Woemmel

  • Nominations are now being accepted for the 2008 ballot!
    • President-Elect
    • AHIMA Delegate
    • Director (3)
    • Nomination forms at www.fhima.org
program arrangements
Program & Arrangements

Program Chair - Lisa Libby; Arrangements Chair - Alice Noblin

Board Liaison: Diana Spaulding

  • Theme: “Power of One”
  • Three full days of education
    • Tuesday
      • Morning General Session
      • Tracks: Coding Management, E-HIM, General HIM
      • President’s Reception
    • Wednesday
      • Morning General Session
      • Tracks: Career Development, Compliance, Student/General
    • Thursday
      • Concurrent sessions for coding – Coding & Clinical
      • All day legal seminar concurrent with coding
service awards
Service Awards

Chairperson - Sallee Silverman

Board Liaison - Monica Hardy-Johnson

  • Distinguished Member
  • Distinguished Service
  • Outstanding Professional
  • Outstanding New Professional
  • Outstanding Student
  • Literary Award
  • Mentor Award
  • Educator Award

NEW for 2008!

scholarship
Scholarship

Chairperson – Donna Soto

Board Liaison - Kelly Wilson

  • Associate
  • Bachelors
  • Graduate
  • Charlotte Stockton Memorial Scholarship

NEW for 2008!

e coastlines
E-Coastlines

Chairperson – Alphonso Sanders

Board Liaison - Carla Gaines

  • A new look for e-Coastlines is coming in 2008!
  • Please submit newsworthy items to Alphonso Sanders: alphonsosanders@cs.com
  • Submission deadlines: December 15th, February 15th, April 15th, June 15th
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FIRE

Chairperson – Renee Petron

Board Liaison - Jill Finkelstein

  • Exhibiting at Florida Counselor’s Association – November 28th-30th, 2007 in Daytona Beach
  • Joint activities with BTG Taskforce
  • Update of Student Toolkit
  • Outreach to non-accredited programs
  • Participation in Career Days/Job Fairs
bridging the gap taskforce
Bridging the Gap Taskforce

Chairperson - Anita Doupnik & Marjorie McNeil

Board Liaison - Stacie Buck

  • 4 Subgroups
    • Mentoring (Barbara Bermudez)
      • Pilot Mentorship Program to begin January 1, 2008
      • 6 HIM Programs participating; 20 mentors
    • Internship Opportunities (Sandra McDonald)
      • Letter to increase partnerships with health care facilities in Florida mailed to all Florida HIM Directors
    • Internship Approval (Lisa Libby)
      • 2008 Annual Convention – Best Practices for obtaining administrative approval and implementing an internship program
    • Coding Roundtable (Julia Steff )
      • Identified community colleges will host a coding roundtable.
      • Student assignments being developed to integrate coding roundtable information into the curriculum.
legislative
Legislative

Chairperson – Kelly McClendon & Philip Baker

Board Liaison - Jill Finkelstein

  • Currently revising FHIMA Legal Manual
  • Monitoring of Florida CoP for legal questions
  • Working with Advocacy Liaison on monitoring and commenting on state initiatives
advocacy
Advocacy

Advocacy Liaison - Linda Renn

Board Liaison - Stacie Buck

  • Hill Day – March 13, 2008
  • Proposed Legislation AHCA Privacy & Security Project
    • Open for public comment at http://ahca.myflorida.com/dhit/PandSproject/LegAndComments.shtml
  • Update Chapter 59A-3—Hospital Licensure Rule
  • House Bill – EHR, Rep. Grimsley
data quality
Data Quality

Chairperson - Pat Irorere

Board Liaison - Monica Cole

  • Coding Roundtable Toolkits
  • CCS/CCS-P Prep Session was a resounding success!
    • September 22, 2007
    • Tampa, FL
    • 107 attendees
    • Profit of $9,000
    • Next session scheduled for March 2008 at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville.
2007 ahima house of delegates
2007 AHIMA House of Delegates
  • Action Items
    • Resolution for e-HIM Professional Standards
    • Resolution for Quality Data & Documentation in EHR
    • Resolution on Vision 2016: A Blueprint for Quality Education in Health Information Management
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2007 AHIMA House of Delegates
  • Issue Forums
    • HOD Structure & Operations
    • Vision 2016: A Blueprint for Quality Education in HIM
    • Accreditation & Certification Governance
    • Certification Program Development
    • HIM Global Trends
ahima hod 2007 board structure operations
AHIMA HOD 2007: Board Structure & Operations
  • Review and discuss delegate apportionment.
  • Determine what is needed for the HOD to move forward.
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AHIMA HOD 2007: Board Structure & Operations
  • Year Round HOD/Issue Forums
  • 2007 Vision, 1979 Structure
  • Time for a change?
    • Six mission defined teams
    • Work year round
    • Provide focused input and review
    • Action taken by full HOD
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AHIMA HOD 2007: Board Structure & Operations
  • Proposed HOD Teams
    • HOD Operations (Delegate Workgroup)
    • Education/Accreditation
    • Environmental Scan
    • Certification/Professional Development
    • Volunteer & Leadership Development
    • Best Practices/Standards (Code of Ethics)
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AHIMA HOD 2007: Board Structure & Operations
  • Reapportionment
    • Current model: 1 delegate per 100 members, minimum of 1 delegate, maximum of 5
    • 45% of delegates feel this is an issue
    • Proposals:
      • 1 delegate per 200 members, maximum of 8
      • Delegates based on % of membership
      • Senate model: 2 delegates per CSA
ahima hod 2007 vision 2016
AHIMA HOD 2007: Vision 2016
  • Key Priorities
    • Transformation of HIM to a graduate level profession by 2016
    • Realign the HIM associate degree with workforce needs by 2016
    • Prepare an effective qualified pool of HIM faculty by 2016
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AHIMA HOD 2007: Vision 2016
  • Conduct Educator Survey
  • Conduct Employer Surveys 2008
  • Routine progress reports to HOD
ahima hod 2007 accreditation certification governance
AHIMA HOD 2007: Accreditation & Certification Governance
  • Consider required steps to increase the value of CAHIIM accreditation through third party quality recognition and accountability by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
  • Begin the discussion on Master’s accreditation standards
  • Consider the value of third party recognition of the certification program.
  • Discuss ways to benefit from increased input of internal and external stakeholders on HIM higher education and workforce training.
  • Discuss ways to benefit from increased input of internal and external stakeholders in the credentialing process.
  • Determine what is needed for the HOD to move forward.
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AHIMA HOD 2007: Accreditation & Certification Governance
  • Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) Accreditation
  • CHEA Eligibility:
    • “Demonstrates independence from any parent entity or sponsoring entity, for the conduct of accreditation activities and determination of accreditation status.”
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AHIMA HOD 2007: Accreditation & Certification Governance
  • CHEA Accreditation would require an AHIMA Bylaws change
  • AHIMA to develop talking points
  • Goal is to hold vote by Summer 2008
  • Pursue ANSI Accreditation for Certification once completed
    • Similar requirements to CHEA – “independence”
ahima hod 2007 certification program development
AHIMA HOD 2007: Certification Program Development
  • Provide input to the COC on Specialty Certifications
    • Health Data Analytics
    • Additional credential topics
  • Review and discuss how a modified process for providing input could address this issue
  • Determine what is needed for the HOD to move forward.
ahima hod 2007 global trends in him
AHIMA HOD 2007: Global Trends in HIM
  • Discuss key findings in HIM Global Trends
  • Provide input from the HOD to AHIMA’s expanded multinational strategy
  • Review and discuss how a modified process for input could address this issue
ahima ace challenge
AHIMA ACE Challenge

ACE members lead and influence e-HIM®, making a

difference in their organizations, communities, states,

and at the national level.

ACE members may:

  • Participate in regional Health Information Exchange activities
  • Lead data quality improvement efforts in their organizations
  • Speak at state or national HIM conferences
  • Influence the EHR discussions in their organizations
  • Contribute to the design of next generation applications for
  • e-HIM®
  • Collaborate to advance HIM practice in their communities
  • Mentor students and new professionals launching them into a great career
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AHIMA ACE Challenge
  • The preferred resource pool for:
    • Mentoring
    • Speaking
    • Testifying
    • Writing
    • Media Interviewing
    • Volunteer Appointments
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AHIMA ACE Challenge
  • Nominations
    • Nominate Others or Yourself
    • Sends an email to the nominee
    • They choose to pursue - or not
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AHIMA ACE Challenge
  • Self-Assessment Categories
    • Job Title and Setting
    • Subject Matter Expertise/Areas of Practice
    • Personal Characteristics
    • Communication Skills
    • Example of Influencing Change
    • Educational Tools
    • Recognition and Personal Commitment
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AHIMA ACE Challenge
  • Recognition
    • Provide Employer Letters and Certificates
    • Publish Names on AHIMA Website
    • Acknowledge at Annual Convention
    • Promote ACE members to CSAs and Members as:
      • Mentors
      • Speakers
      • Writers
current ace stats as of 12 28 07
Current ACE Stats (as of 12/28/07)
  • Launched July 2007
  • Approximately 360 AHIMA members now hold the ACE designation
    • 22 FHIMA members
questions
Questions?

Email: stacie@southeastrad.com