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With so much going on during the AHIMA20 Virtual Conference, there may have been some great content you missed. Every day of AHIMA20, we will be aggregating the best news and thought leadership surrounding this unique virtual event.

See the list below for highlights for Day 2 of AHIMA20.

Interview: Social Determinants of Health Debuts at AHIMA20

In this behind the scenes spotlight, we’re talking to Julie Pursley, MSHI, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA, director of health information and thought leadership at AHIMA, discusses the introduction of social determinant of health into the AHIMA20 curriculum.

Thought Leadership: Using the CURES Act To Get Low- Or No-Cost Medical Records

Explore the issue of release of information from attorneys and their record retrieval companies.

Interview: How the Journal of AHIMA Covers AHIMA20

Covering AHIMA’s annual conference is almost an event unto itself. AHIMA’s editors, public relations professionals, and communications experts begin story planning early, curating content that help attendees navigate the complexities of one of the world’s largest health information management conferences. In this behind the scenes spotlight, we’re talking to Mary Butler, senior editor, Journal of AHIMA.

Thought Leadership: Strategies for Fine-Tuning Revenue Integrity

There’s a lot of talk about healthcare organizations needing to improve revenue integrity to ensure compliance and realize strong financial performance amid changing payment models. But what is revenue integrity exactly, and how can organizations go about enhancing it?

Interview: Addressing Inequities: Building Better Ways to Break Down Barriers

Social determinants of health (SDOH) is being positioned as an essential tool in pandemic response and a pathway toward a more equitable public health system. In this interview, Joe Nicholson, DO, a board-certified physician and chief medical officer of CareAllies and presenter at AHIMA20, says that COVID-19 offers an opportunity for deep and widespread adoption of SDOH initiatives—not just as a response to the pandemic, but as a viable pathway for closing long-standing inequities in our public health system.

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