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Kristi Fahy Wesolek, RHIA

Join Me to Make Our Fresh Start at AHIMA22—We Deserve It!

My name is Kristi Fahy Wesolek, RHIA, and as your AHIMA Global Conference Committee Chair and General Session emcee I am so incredibly excited to welcome you to Columbus, Ohio for AHIMA22. Fall is coming and change is in the air... and to me, this year’s conference symbolizes a fresh start!

It’s been three years since we’ve all been together—we have so much to catch up on! It’s time to see old friends, network with new ones, and strengthen our bonds with the health information community.

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What Does It Take to Become a Revenue Cycle Executive?

Have you thought about moving into a revenue cycle executive position? Health information professionals play a pivotal part in the revenue cycle and are prime candidates to lead in these roles.

Explore key components of the revenue cycle and obtain the tools to comfortably discuss financial terms and metrics at an AHIMA22 pre-conference workshop led by industry expert and Distinguished Member AHIMA Triumph Award recipient Rose Dunn on Sunday, October 9. The format of the workshop will encourage participatory discussion.

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How to Solve Problems the Google and Apple Way

The AHIMA22 workshop “Design Thinking for Innovation in Healthcare" introduces the design thinking process, a five-part problem-solving approach that you can apply in both your organization and your daily life.

Danielle Piccinini Black, MPH, MBA, an instructor in design thinking from Johns Hopkins University who also uses the approach in addressing emerging public health and business needs internationally, will lead this hands-on learning experience on Sunday, October 9.

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Meet Us in Columbus

AHIMA22 brings us to Columbus this year. The capital and heart of Ohio, Columbus is known for its riverfront downtown, restaurants ranked among Food & Wine's “32 Places to Go (And Eat)” in America, easy transportation, shopping, museums, and greenspace. Whatever you like to do, Columbus has something for you.

Things To Do? You’ll Find Countless Options

Once you’re in Columbus for AHIMA22, you can enjoy dozens of casual or elegant restaurants, see a show, visit a topiary park, even try your hand at the sport of axe-throwing. Or, venture further out and explore the many distinct Columbus neighborhoods, including German Village and the Brewery District for local beers, live music, and a history tour.

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