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WSHIMA Member News

March, 2021

Inside this Issue:

WSHIMA Members Share Best Practices and Challenges Regarding Working Remotely

More than 12 months have passed since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. While many aspects of our day-to-day lives have altered, arguably one of the most controversial changes is the switch from in-office to working remotely. But how has this affected those working in the field of HIM?  In a recent Member Pulse Poll, WSHIMA members were asked to share their best practices and challenges regarding working remotely.   Read an article that summarizes what they had to say. 

Meet Long-Time WSHIMA Member  - Nancy Manolides

Nancy Manolides has been a WSHIMA member for over 40 years.  She is currently a Coding/Clinical Documentation Specialist at Virginia Mason Medical Center.  We recently interviewed Nancy to find out more about her HIM career and her perspective on industry changes over the years. Learn more about Nancy here.

Recognizing Long-Time WSHIMA Members

WSHIMA has many members who have supported the organization throughout their careers.   We recognize five of the longest time members below.  Thank you for your support!
  • Sheila Green-Shook, 46 years
  • Terry Grubaugh, 45 years
  • Kathleen Heringer, 45 years
  • Diana Morris, 45 years
  • Jean Foust, 45 years

Congratulation to New Credential Holders

  • Brooke Story, CCS,CPC-A
  • Elnara Azizova, RHIA
  • Denise Macklin, CCS-P,CPC
  • Tanika Boyd, RHIA
  • Kevin Deoso, RHIA
  • Carolyn Standen, CCA
  • Tammy Meador, RHIT
  • Jesus Orozco, RHIA
  • Bao Do, RHIA          

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Don’t Forget to Volunteer!

Volunteering with WSHIMA is a great way to meet other members while supporting your state professional association.   Current volunteer needs on the Membership Committee include the following:
  • Cures Act Panel Participant – participate on panel regarding the Cures Act at upcoming WSHIMA Data and Information Conference
  • Outreach Coordinator – contact new members to check-in and gather feedback.  Time estimate: 1-2 hours per month
  • Interviewer – interview members regarding industry hot topics.  Time estimate:  2-4 hours per month
  • Writer – member profiles, articles for Member News email communication.  Time estimate: 1-2 hours per month
To learn more or apply, visit the WSHIMA Volunteer page

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