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WYHIMA February 2013 Newsletter



Your Spring Meeting Planning Committee is hard at work planning our upcoming meeting.  While not all the details are finalized there has been significant progress.

Where – Gillette, WY the venue is still to be determined.

When – May 8th – 10th starting at 1 pm on Wednesday the 8th and concluding at 11:30 on Friday the 10th.

What – Based on the results of the meeting planning survey we are putting together a wonderful slate of topics to include: CDI/Quality Indicators/Potential Preventable Events, Leadership – Managing and Motivating, ICD 10 PCS Root Definitions, HIPAA Privacy update, Coding Roundtable, EHR Operations – Copy Functionality and more!

Who – All of you!

Why – Networking, inexpensive CE’s, education, fun, food, and more! (Food to be included in the cost of the meeting and we are planning another fun Silent Auction.) 

February is Health Information Governance Month

Information governance, the accountability framework and decision rights to achieve enterprise information management (EIM), is emerging as a priority for healthcare. EIM is the infrastructure and processes that ensure information is trustworthy and actionable. Studies have shown that organizations with a formal governance program have:
  • 81% better decision-making process
  • 85% improved ability to protect sensitive data
  • 53% improved business results
  • Improved organization learning about information management
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Upcoming Meeting

WYHIMA Spring Meeting
May 8-10, 2013
Gillette, WY

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