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Annual Report

2016 – 2017

Contents

Strategic Plan for 2016-2017…………………………………………………………3

House of Delegates……………………………………………………………………….4

CSA Volunteering at the National Level…………………………………………6

CSA Contact Information……………………………………………………………….7

Committee Overviews

  • Nominating ……………………………………………………………………….8

  • Legislative………………………………………………………………………….9

  • Education………………………………………………………………………….10

  • Communication…………………………………………………………………11

  • Awards………………………………………………………………………………11

MaHIMA’s Membership……………………………………………………………..12

Annual Meeting………………………………………………………………………….13

Financial Report……………………………………….………………………….……..15

CSA Web site URL ……………………………………………………………….………16

President’s Strategic Plan

Greetings!

I was honored to serve our Massachusetts members as President of the Massachusetts Health Information Management Association (MaHIMA) during 2016-2016.

We have some notable achievements this past year which included but not limited to the following:

Continued working with the member at large on Information Governance

Developed a succession planning model for those Board members who have served but would like to mentor and train a successor

Inventoried the archives to determine where we would like to place the items in the future i.e. AHIMA ,MaHIMA

Hired a firm to conduct an audit on our financials

Updated the MedicoLegal Guide to Health Record Information

Continue to update MaHIMA website

Continued to work with schools including vocational schools to educate students of the value of the profession.

I am confident that the incoming President, Diana Lindo, will continue the progress we have made over the past year and further strengthen our mission to promote professional growth, competence and life-long learning, to influence governmental, educational, social and business issues which affect the management and use of health information, to contribute to the quality and efficiency of health information systems and structures and to promote synergy and alignment among disciplines which manage and support health information.

Specifically, the incoming President’s Strategic Plan for 2017-2018 is as follows:


Objective/ Key Priority

Goal

Target Completion Date

Information Governance

*Prepare members to take the lead on Information Governance and be recognized as Health Information Governance Experts

* Develop/continue with task force to develop a program – President to define the task force goal, timeline, evaluation timelines

* Produce articles for Connect newsletter related to Information governance


Dates coincide with meeting dates

Informatics and Analytics

Identify skill sets for HIM Professionals.

Identify training methods –jobs for today and future



Nov 20, 2017

HIM Pathways

*Provide sessions to develop business and leadership skills

* Collaborate with others-e.g. AAPC, HIMSS, Colleges

* Outreach on behalf of the HIM profession making them aware of the skills possessed by HIM professionals also, awareness of MaHIMA as a resource.


January 2018

November 2017

March 2018


Student Engagement and Outreach

*Outreach to High Schools- provide aware to all high schools, public and private.
* Restart Committee: including hospitals and colleges
* Recruiting students into the field

September 2017

January 2018

April 2018


HIM Professionals and Consumer Education

* Increase knowledge of HIM talents.
* Increase consumer knowledge
* Offer video or education to HIM professionals
*Offer educations to the public

September 2017

March 2018



Technology

*Identify available technology that supports the HIM professionals

January 15, 2018

I thank AHIMA and MaHIMA for their support and constant drive to push its members to be the best we can be within our profession. It was an honor to serve and I look forward to supporting Diana as she furthers the progress of our Association.

All the best,

Karen Gallagher Grant, RHIA, CHP

President, MaHIMA 2016-2017


MaHIMA House of Delegates

Not Applicable to Massachusetts




MaHIMA Members Volunteering at National Level


AHIMA liaison for Professional Awareness Committee:
Diana Lindo MM, RHIT, CCS

AHIMA Enterprise Information Management Practice Council
Linda Hyde, RHIA

Lori McNeil Tolley, RHIA, BS, M.ED.



AHIMA Foundation
Charlie Saponaro


MaHIMA Board, Central Office, Committee Contacts

President

Jeanne Fernandes RHIA, CHDA

Jfernandes7@partners.org

President-Elect

Karen Grant, RHIA, CHP

kgrant@mrahis.com

Past President

Walter Houlihan

Walter.houlihan@baystate.org

Director, Legislative Affairs

Bibi Von Malder, RHIT

bibiana.vonmalder@steward.org

Director, Education

Joy Rose, RHIA, CCS

Jrose03.jr@gmail.com

Director, Communications

Jackie Judd CCS

jackieJudd@gmail.com

Archivist

Donna Casey, RHIA

dvcasey@comcast.net

Connect Editor

Martha Hamel

mahamel@bidmc.harvard.edu

Finance

Linda Hyde, RHIA

hydela@charter.net

Nominating

Ellen Butler Vaitkunas, RHIA

ellenv@cfrcoding.com

Awards

Marianne Garfi

Garfi.marianne@dol.gov

Parliamentarian

Linda Peterson, RHIA

lap411@verizon.net

Administrative Director

Elisa Pelchat

efpelchat@mahima.org

MaHIMA Committee Overviews

Nominating Committee


ELECTION REPORT

April 2017

Director, Nominating: Ellen Butler Vaitkunas


Members: Elaine Bulman-Ippolito, Marianne Garfi, Elyse DiSciullo, Julie Irons

GRAND TOTAL OF BALLOTS RECEIVED 137

TOTAL NUMBER VALID BALLOTS RECEIVED 137

TOTAL NUMBER VOID BALLOTS RECEIVED 137

TOTAL NUMBER OV VOTES CAST 137

PRESIDENT ELECT

Bibi N Von Malder, RHIT 1169267- Elected


Maria T. Cross, RHIA 0400491

DIRECTOR, Education
Joy P Rose, RHIA, CCS, MSA 0472573 – Elected
Lori McNeil Tolley, RHIA, BS., M.ED. 0386812

DIRECTOR, Legislation/Advocacy
Laura N Caravetta, RHIA 1657002 – Elected
Cheryl Rau, RHIT 1682884
MAHIMA State Election – 2017
Begin Date: 3/13/2017
End Date: 3/31/2017

Legislative Committee

Director, Legislative Affairs: Bibi Von Malder, RHIT
Members: Heather Hedlund, Ann Dooley, Cheryl Rau, Ellen MacMullin, Greg Bianca, Pat Murphy, Robin Andrews
Events


I. Dot Wagg Seminar- November 4, 2016

  • 79 registered attendees

  • Total Income- $7,365.00

  • Total Expense- $2,702.00

  • Total Profit- $4,663.00

Topics/Speakers:

  • " Implications of Social Media" presented by Angela Carr, Partner at Barton Gilman and Sara Sweeney, Associate Barton Gilman

  • Release of Information by Sara Goldstein, ESQ – General Counsel, MRO

  • An Overview of Healthcare Advocacy in Massachusetts – Scott Hartman, VP, Governmental Relations, Lahey Health and Adam Delmolino, Director, State Government Advocacy Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association

  • Keeping it Private in Research –Kele Piper, Director of Research Compliance, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

  • Legislative committee – Panel; Norma Chitvanni, Ellen MacMullin, Heather Hedlund, Bibi Von Malder and Cheryl Rau presented hot topics



Other:

  • Complete revision of current The Medicolegal Guide to Health Record Information

  • HIM Advocacy Award presented to Linda Mancini, AMS

  • Director of Legislative Affairs, President, Director of Education, and President Elect attended Hill Day in Washington D.C. March 2017

Education Committee


Director, Education: Joy Rose RHIA, CCS
Members: Lori McNeil Tolley, Charlie Saponaro, Walter Houlihan, Eben

Love Otuchere, Christine Buckley,



18 Educational Sessions -Total of 58 CEUs offered

Date

Meeting

Topic

CEUs

August 5, 2016

MaHIMA Privacy Workshop - Enhance your Privacy and Security Program

Privacy and Security

4

August 26, 2016

MaHIMA ICD-10-PCS/CM Workshop - Code Updates

Advanced case studies in Coding

8

August 30, 2016

MaHIMA Coder2Coder

Webex – Coders Call

1

September 16, 2016

MaHIMA Fall Meeting




6

September 20, 2016

MaHIMA Webinar

MaHIMA Webinar- Podiatry Coding

1

September 27, 2016

MaHIMA Coder2Coder

Webex – Coders Call

1

November 15, 2016

MaHIMA Coder2Coder

Webex – Coders Call

1

December 8, 2016

MaHIMA Webinar

Release of Information - Rate Rules

1

December 29, 2016

MaHIMA Webinar

MaHIMA Webinar- CPT Updates - Overview

1

January 14, 2017

MaHIMA CPT Updates Workshop

CPT Updates

8

February 3, 2017

MaHIMA Winter Meeting & Coding Seminar




5

February 13, 2017

MaHIMA Webinar

MaHIMA Webinar- OCR Updates

1

February 16, 2017

MaHIMA Coder2Coder

Webex – Coders Call

1

March 1, 2017

MaHIMA Webinar

The Other Classifications Part 1 - SNOMED-CT and LOINC

1

March 22, 2017

MaHIMA Webinar

MaHIMA Webinar- The Other Classifications Part 2 – RxNorm, CVX and ICF

1

March 31, 2017

MaHIMA Workshop

Health Informatics

8

April 8, 2017

MaHIMA Workshop

MaHIMA ICD-10-PCS/CM Workshop - Case Study Workshop

8

April 26, 2017

MaHIMA Webinar

ER facility coding, Maximum Unit Edits (MUE) and Modifiers

1


Communications Committee

Director: Jackie Judd

Awards Chair: Marianne Garfi

Editor: Martha Hamel

Members: Crystal Anson, Donna Casey, Roberta King, Vanessa Lester, Mariann Smith, Zainab Shuaib, Lori McNeil Tolley
The Communications Committee worked on the following projects:

• Participated in Transitional Board Meeting

• Oversaw subcommittees: Awards, Student Engagement

• Assisted other committees with letter writing/marketing

• Quarterly publishing of Connect Newsletter

• Collaboration with Legislative Committee (along with Linda Hyde and Susan Pepple) to produce the MedicoLegal Guide and marketing flyers

• Production of MaHIMA Annual Conference logo design, conference booklet, printed materials

• Student outreach: sent marketing letters, participated in high school career fairs

• New member outreach: welcome calls, mailed letters, promoted free meeting certificate

• Website: member forums, began production of members only section of website

• MaHIMA Annual Conference Silent Auction donation

• AHIMA Silent Auction donation: Legal Seafoods gift certificate

• Social media: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter

Awards Committee

Awards: Marianne Garfi


Members: Jackie Raymond, Ellen MacMullins, Gail Woods, Joan Usher, Robert Seger, Yolette LeCorps, Georgette Wilson, Marianne Garfi
Awards 2016/2017 Presentations:

- HIM Advocacy Award – Linda Mancini, Esq.
- Outstanding New Professional Award
– Bradley Sadri , RHIT
- Champion Award – Jackie Judd, CCS
- Distinguished Member Award –Joan Usher, RHIA
- Professional Achievement Award – Scott Eischen, RHIA, CCS
- Mentor Award - Luisa DiIeso RHIA, CCS and Cathie Wilde, RHIA, CCS
- Student achievement Awards 2017:


* Maria R. Mitchell, Springfield Technical Community College

- HIM Team Excellence Awards 2017


* Best Practice – Health Information Management - Federal Bureau of Prison, Federal Medical Center Devens

* Financial Impact – Cooley-Dickinson Hospital CDI Team

* Collaboration – Lawrence General Hospital -CDI, Quality/Risk and DRG Collaboration Team
MaHIMA 2017 Membership Information


Active Members

838

Honorary Members

1

Premier Active

15

Emeritus Members

39

Students

139

New Graduate

41

New to AHIMA

43

Cert

400

Total Membership

1516


MaHIMA Annual Meeting Overview


Event: 2017 MaHIMA Annual Conference – 2017
Date: June 10-12, 2017
Location: Doubletree, 150 Ferncroft Rd., Danvers, MA
Attendees: 154 attendees
Exhibitors: 35 booths


Annual Conference Committees:
Oversight Committee
: Karen Grant, Jeanne Fernandes, Diana Lindo, Bibi Von Malder, Linda Hyde, Jackie Judd, Joy Rose, Rebecca Bratten and Martha Hamel

Programming Committee

Chairman:
Rebecca Bratten
Members: Linda Hyde, Susan Pepple, Molly Cahill, Diana Lindo, Debra Torosian, Walter Houlihan


Vendor Committee
Chairman: Bibi Von Malder
Members: Linda Hyde, Maureen Menzie, Lori Beaudry, Mark Landers, Pat Murphy

Hospitality and Arrangements Committee
Chairman: Martha Hamel
Members: Linda Hyde, Bibi Von Malder,

Program Agenda:
Preconference Option 1a: Coding Clinic Updates with Barry Libman (1 CEU); Advanced ICD -10 –CM:– Cheryll Rogers, 3M; 3CEU’s

Preconference Option 1b: Advanced ICD -10 –PCS: Advanced Case Studies – Irene Fung;

4 CEUs



Preconference Option 2: Clinical Documentation Improvement – Cheryl Manchenton, 3M - 8 CEUs

Conference Day 1
Topics
: -

Total CEU’s: 6

Conference Day 2
Topics
:
Total CEU’s: 6

Preconference Total Income- $9,688.33

Preconference Total Expense- $10,341.67
Preconference Total Profit-
$653.34
Main Conference Total Income- $57,416.67


Main Conference Total Expenses- $47,705.67

Main Conference Total Profit - $9,710.99
Combined Total Profit - $9,057.66

Financial Report
March 31, 2017*

ASSETS

Current Assets

Checking/Savings

Education Award

$6,587.75

MaHIMA Checking

$19,997.48




Total Checking/Savings

$26,585.23




Other Current Assets

Fidelity Investments

$88,863.00

Total Other Current Assets

$88,863.00

TOTAL ASSETS

$119,949.00

LIABILTIES & EQUITY

Equity

Opening Balance Equity

$119,862.68

Retained Earnings

$119,862.68

Net Income

$86.13

Total Equity

$119,948.81

TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY

$119,948.81

* Fourth quarter is not complete yet. Providing financials through the end of the third quarter

MaHIMA URL

http://www.mahima.org/






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