MHIMA Summer Education Session
Tying Together Data Sharing, Document Integrity, & Security
Friday, August 10, 2018
8:00 AM – 12:15 PM ET
CEUs: 3.0 – Clinical Data Management
8:00 – 8:30 am – Registration, Networking, Continental Breakfast
8:30 – 12:15 pm – Education Session
9:30 – 9:45 am – Break
11:45 – 12:15 pm – Q & A Time
*Please note no further refreshments are offered after Continental Breakfast
Questions can be directed to: Linda Monusko at (231) 767-9717 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Sessions and Presenters
“Delivery System and Payer Data Sharing & Governance”
|Michael Soltis, MHA & MPA, Director of System Analytics – Spectrum Health System
Mike has 8+ years of healthcare experience ranging from nonprofit public health research with the Michigan Public Health Institute’s Center for Data Management & Translational Research; Business Intelligence with University of Michigan Metro Health’s Physician Hospital Organization; and currently in delivery system Advanced Analytics as Spectrum Health’s Director of System Analytics. Mike earned two Master’s degrees from Grand Valley State University: a Master’s in Healthcare Administration and a Master’s in Public Administration. At Spectrum Health, Mike’s team is a key player in driving organizational decision-making for Clinical, Quality, and Operational initiatives using Advanced Analytics. Mike is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on Grand Valley State University’s Data Science Advisory Board.
Brian Drust, MHA, Project Specialist and Business Analyst – Priority Health
Brian worked 27 years in the construction industry as an electrician and general manager. Brian transitioned into healthcare through a hospital maintenance position. While working the maintenance position, Brian attended Grand Valley State University, earning a Master’s
degree in Healthcare Administration. After earning his Master’s degree, Brian worked as a Patient experience Coordinator analyzing and using data to form projects and improvement initiatives to advance the organization’s strategic initiatives of customer service, patient
safety, and business development. Brian then worked as a practice coach using data to transform primary and specialty care practices into Patient-Centered Medical Homes, along with other payment models to support population and behavioral health. Today, Brian works as a Project Specialist and Business Analyst using Advanced Analytics to streamline processes and workflows to improve population and behavioral health while controlling the cost of care. Brian is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Healthcare Financial Management Association, and is a certified Project Management Professional.
Healthcare documentation has evolved to include clinician-created documentation. Whether the provider uses pick lists, smart links, speech recognition, or traditional typing, it is imperative that this documentation be audited for quality and accuracy. Spectrum
Health in Grand Rapids, MI, recognized this need and immediately began transitioning former medical language specialists into healthcare documentation analysts. They have developed robust resources, comprehensive training and mentoring programs, as well
as production and quality expectations for their team. Spectrum Health is now committed to having a 100% credentialed workforce.
The document integrity analyst’s role in ensuring patient safety and identifying/reporting/correcting errors that put patients, providers, and healthcare systems at risk will be discussed. Critical errors that have the potential to harm patients, as well as those errors that compromise the quality of documentation, will be outlined.
All aspects of establishing a document integrity program will be highlighted, to include the essential objectives of the auditing process and the use of one comprehensive marking resource. The risks of unmonitored documentation influence patient safety, financial impact,
compliance issues, and legal consequences. Proactive provider education and relationships with other departments within the hospital system ensure the integrity and accuracy of the patient record and are pivotal to a successful auditing program.
|Sheila Guston, BA, CHDS, AHDI Fellow, Manager, HIM Document Integrity – Spectrum
Sheila Guston is Manager of HIM Document Integrity for Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, MI.
Her team of clinician-created documentation analysts was one of the first of its kind. Sheila
has a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College. She is a Certified Healthcare Documentation
Specialist and Fellow through the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity
(AHDI – formerly AAMT). She also currently serves as Director-at-Large, Immediate Past
President, and Interim CEO for AHDI.
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|Aphrodite (Apple) Jones, MBA – Lead IS Training Specialist – Spectrum Health System & Priority Health
Aphrodite (Apple) Jones has been a leader in the technology field for over 25 years. As a graduate of Davenport University, she holds a Bachelors of Business (BBA) focusing in Network Management and a Masters of Business (MBA) with a focus in E-Business. Currently, she is deploying a holistic and comprehensive privacy and information security awareness training program for Spectrum Health and Priority Health as the Lead IS Training Specialist. In addition, she is aiding in the building of the talent pipeline by working with area colleges, universities, high schools and Michigan Works, While creating and monitoring the Associate Development Program (ADP) for the Information Security department at Spectrum Health, she is developing a long-term training program for incoming information security associate engineers. reviously, she held the position of Associate Dean for the College of Technology at Davenport University with responsibilities that included overseeing the undergraduate and graduate technology curriculum including the cyber defense curriculum and government designations for its Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE/CDE). She has a career in higher education both as an administrator and an associate professor for over 20 years and is passionate about diversity initiatives that promote technology careers to both women and people of color. As part of that mission, she served as the faculty advisor for Davenport University’s Women in Technology student organization. She currently serves on technology program advisory boards as Vice Chairperson for Baker College, member for Grand Rapids Community College, and member for both Kent Career Technology Center (KCTC) and Careerline Technical Center high school programs. As a member of the IT technical sector committee for MiCareerQuest, she supports an annual event that interests youth (6-12 grades) into technology careers that are in high demand. She serves as a member of the Michigan Healthcare Cybersecurity Council’s (MiHCC) information security awareness group and as a member of the Michigan Council of Women in Technology’s (MCWT) Western Michigan planning committee and is the elected Vice President for the Grand Rapids Information Systems Security Association (GR-ISSA). She is also a frequently requested speaker, panelist and panel moderator for groups such as WMHIMA, MHIMA, GR-ISSA, KCTC,ISC2, West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium (WMCSC) and MCWT.
Ferris State University – Grand Rapids
Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center – Room 168
151 Fountain St. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Member – $60.00
Non Member – $75.00
Student / Educator – $30.00
Registrants who find they are unable to attend after submitting their registration form may provide a substitute or cancel their registration (less $25 processing fee) upon written notice received prior to August 5, 2018. No refunds are allowed after August 5, 2018 without Board approval. A $25 administrative fee will be deducted from the refund.
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