Attendees of this presentation will be provided with the facts, timeline, and content of information and events that led to the unfortunate death of a patient that was related to a medical transcription error. Throughout the session, we will discuss and contemplate the issues and the ramifications for the future as it relates to medical transcription and critical errors in analyzing a lawsuit.
Kathleen “Kat” King, AS, AHDI-F voted
AHDI-West Member of the Year for 2014
The votes have been cast and Kat King is our AHDI-West Member of the Year!
We had an outstanding slate of nominations, open to all AHDI-West members.
The voting by our members was extremely close, so congratulations to all who were nominated!
THE OTHER NOMINEES WERE:
Audrey Kirchner, CHDS
Diana Hurkens, RN, MA, MHA
Jacque Taylor, BS, AHDI-F
HERE’S MORE ABOUT KAT: K at celebrates her 40th year in healthcare documentation this year. She has served on the executive Board of Directors for AHDI-Oregon from 2003 to 2008, is a co-founder of AHDI-West in 2008 and has served on the Executive Board of Governors since then. In addition, she continues to be the Event Coordinator (webmaster, webinars, email blasts, symposia, conferences, “Coffee Talk” local meetings, and booths at AHDI conferences). She has been database manager, and served on the annual Budget and Policy & Procedure focus groups.
In an effort to facilitate all those seeking recredentialing and navigating an audit, she developed the R.O.P.E. (Recertification Outreach Program and Exchange) project, creating a page on the AHDI-West website and Focus Group dedicated to providing support through a growing library of CECs and credentialing expertise. In an effort to engage AHDI-West members, she organized and created …
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BROADCAST DATE: Friday, April 25, 2014
PRESENTED BY: Paul Nowak, Founder & CEO, Iris Reading
AHDI-APPROVED CEC: 1 MTT (MT Tools)
Mind mapping is a great way to help you remember ideas, concepts, details, and their relation to each other in a quick, easy way. Use this method in addition to your regular note taking system as a kind of big picture “bird’s eye” view of the main concepts of an article, chapter, or segment of reading material.
Mind maps help you sort out information visually. They are essentially thought bubbles linked together in relation to each other which create self-organized, relational, nested sub-topic trees. Almost all of us have seen these before, and they are quite effortless to make. They are regular in almost all business and science books. Think of mind maps as detailed relational flow charts.
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