2019 Convention Call for Abstracts!
Strategies for Success: It starts with Us
Sunday June 23 - Tuesday June 25, 2019
Moody Gardens Hotel & Convention Center
7 Hope Blvd | Galveston, Texas 77554
The TxHIMA Education Committee would like to invite you to submit an abstract to help define the breakout sessions and pre-convention workshops for the 2019 TxHIMA Annual Convention that will be held at the Moody Gardens Hotel and Convention Center in Galveston, Texas. This year's theme is: Strategies for Success: It starts with Us.
Collaboration and sharing is at the heart of any successful education program. With that in mind, TxHIMA would like to encourage you to present a breakout session and/or pre-convention workshop at the upcoming TxHIMA Annual Convention. Presenting a breakout session or pre-convention workshop at the Annual Convention provides you with an excellent opportunity to share your knowledge, experience and outcomes with other interested health information management professionals. The breakout sessions allow for a more in-depth review and presentation of specific focus areas.
Suggested topics for abstracts include, but are not limited to the following:
- Patient Identification Reconciliation
- Revenue Cycle
- Cyber Security/ Ransomware
- Coding Round Tables
- Release of Information (Fed. Vs. State level)
- Gender Identity (How to document)
- Population Health (Predictive Analytics)
- Accountable Care Organizations
- Clinical Documentation Improvement
- Clinical Classifications and Coding
- Data Analytics
- Data and Interoperability Standards
- Data and Information Governance
- Emerging Issues
- Emerging Technologies
- Health Information Exchange
- HIM Professional Competencies and Workforce Development
- Physician Practice
- Performance Improvement
- Post-Acute and Long-Term Care
- Population Health
- Public Policy and Advocacy
- MU and RAC Audits
Each breakout session will be 55 minutes: 45 minutes of prepared presentation and 10 minutes for questions. Pre-Convention Workshops will be in 3 hour sessions or 6 hour sessions. You may present individually, or as a group.
The call for abstracts has closed. The committee is currently reviewing submissions and notifications will be sent out the week first week of March.