That’s a wrap! 2021’s most watched webinars

That’s a wrap! As 2021 draws to a close, we’re rounding up our top content of the year. First up? Our 10 most popular webinars.
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From Spotify Wrapped to actual wrapping paper, all signs point to 2021 steadily winding down. In the spirit of reflection, we decided to take a look back on the last year of content here at IMO – including blogs, webinars, eBooks, whitepapers and more. First up? The 10 most popular IMO webinars in 2021.

  1. ICD-10-CM 2022 updates and regulatory readiness: Listen to IMO’s top coding professionals and thought leaders discuss the 2022 ICD-10-CM coding changes. This webinar reviews additions, deletions, and other revisions to the ICD-10-CM code set and how to make sure you get properly reimbursed.
  2. The importance of high-quality clinical data in an increasingly complex health system: With more sources of patient data emerging, the hospital and health system of the future must ensure that a patient’s relevant history is accurate, accessible, and organized in order to support informed care. Learn about the growing complexity of collecting patient data and how to improve documentation going forward.
  3. From quantity to quality: The new frontier for clinical data: With the widespread adoption of EHRs, we have more data than ever in healthcare. To fully capitalize on it, we need to step back and re-evaluate the EHR as a whole. This panel explores how to change how we think about our clinical data collection and ease the clinician HIT burden.
  4. Too important to fail: How to bring better AI to healthcare: This webinar discusses the status of AI in healthcare today; the vital importance of data quality; methodological rigor and product focus for successful AI; and what this means to the startup and investor world in the future.
  5. Stop running from your problem (list): Strategies for streamlining the EHR’s front page: Clinicians are all too familiar with the long-standing issues that plague problem lists – like outdated or duplicative entries; rigid displays; and the limits of native EHR capabilities. Explore how creating a problem list governance strategy can help address the list’s problems
  1. In conversation: Advancing women leaders in health IT: Ann Barnes, CEO of Intelligent Medical Objects, brings together a panel of female healthcare executives for a results-oriented discussion on how managers and C-suite executives can address diversity and inclusion in their organizations.
  2. The Healthcare Analytics Adoption Model: Updates for today’s health IT challenges: IMO’s Chief Strategy Officer Dale Sanders takes a look at how the Healthcare Analytics Adoption Model can work in the era of COVID-19 and beyond.
  3. Clinical interface terminology: The key to accurate healthcare analytics: Clinical interface terminology allows clinicians to “speak like clinicians,” thereby acting as the crosslink between providers and the mountain of regulatory, billing, and analytic initiatives in an organization. This webinar explains more about this important part of the healthcare ecosystem.
  4. Making the problem list an effective clinical tool: The problem list is an integral part of patient care, yet clinicians often find it to be more of a headache than a help. These lists are frequently cluttered, unorganized, and littered with duplicates or resolved problems – distracting clinicians from more relevant or critical information. Watch this webinar to learn more about how to implement best practices and start solving these problems.
  5. Why the health of surgical dictionaries matters: Surgical scheduling dictionaries are foundational to managing operative care. This webinar explores the importance of a well-maintained surgical dictionary, the value of structured vocabularies, and how surgical dictionary maintenance impacts the bottom line.
Explore all our on-demand and upcoming webinars here.
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