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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 1 of AHIMA20.

Thought Leadership: Prospective vs. Retrospective Audits? You Need Both

When it comes to prospective and retrospective audits, AHIMA20 exhibitor Hayes | MDaudit says your organization’s strategy should include both.

Podcast: Navigating the AHIMA20 Virtual Conference

In this podcast, senior meetings manager Yolanda Simmons Battle discusses the innovative features of the AHIMA20 Virtual Conference. She also talks about how her team’s approach to transitioning to a

Thought Leadership: Access to Current Information is Key to a Successful Healthcare Organization

AHIMA20 exhibitor innoviHealth discusses the importance of access to timely, correct information in the business of medicine.

Interview: Capturing the Latest in Information Privacy at AHIMA20

In this behind the scenes spotlight, we’re talking to Robyn Stambaugh, MS, RHIA, practice director for professional development and education at AHIMA.

Thought Leadership: How to Minimize and Defend Against Coding Audits

AHIMA20 exhibitor TruCode discusses several smart steps that your healthcare organization can take to prepare for audit success.

Interview: Behind the Scenes: How We Planned an ‘Unexpected’ Virtual Conference

In this behind the scenes spotlight, Yolanda Simmons-Battle, CMP, senior meetings manager at AHIMA, tells us what the journey to this year’s virtual conference was like and what attendees can expect.

Thought Leadership: Artificial Intelligence and Medical Coding: What Does it Mean for Coders?

AHIMA20 exhibitor the American Hospital Association explores what artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computer-assisted coding mean for coders.

 

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