PODCAST: Follow the (Medical) Record
Follow the (Medical) Record: Clinical Claim Denials with Dawn Crump
On this episode, host Don Hardwick interviews Dawn Crump, senior director of revenue integrity solutions at MRO, about clinical claim denials. They discuss the billing cycle, the different types of claim denials, and the bottom-line impacts to organizations.
Follow the (Medical) Record: Heard it at AHIMA22 with Rita Bowen and Angela Rose
Host Don Hardwick interviews HIM experts Angela Rose and Rita Bowen live from the AHIMA 2022 National Convention. Angela and Rita share insights on what they’re hearing during sessions at AHIMA, focusing on the hottest topics in the HIM industry.
Follow the (Medical) Record: Steve Hynes, President of Provider Solutions for MRO
In this episode, host Don Hardwick interviews Steve Hynes, President of Provider Solutions for MRO. They discuss general healthcare industry trends, changes, and how things have evolved over the last 20 years.
Follow the (Medical) Record: Rita Bowen and The Sequoia Project
In this episode, host Don Hardwick interviews Rita Bowen, VP of Privacy, Compliance and HIM Policy at MRO, to learn more about how The Sequoia Project is aiming to identify, prioritize and collaborate on the most pressing challenges to nationwide health information sharing. Rita is currently the Treasurer on the Board of Directors for the Sequoia Project.
Follow the (Medical) Record: Cassi Birnbaum and HIM
In this episode, host Don Hardwick interviews Cassi Birnbaum, Senior Enterprise Director at PeaceHealth. Cassi and Don discuss the importance of an enterprise-wide solution when it comes to medical records, and releasing those records. They also discuss best practices and what the future holds for the HIM profession.
Follow the (Medical) Record: Don Hardwick on the Tate Chronicles
In this episode, we hear from host Don Hardwick, but this time as a guest on the Tate Chronicles, a Healthcare NOW Radio show revolved around healthcare technology. Don and Jim discuss release of information.