Hosted by: Health Data Management
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
In this session, you’ll learn how you can help your organization improve clinical quality reporting, reduce costs, and enhance provider satisfaction with better terminology management and data governance.
Terminology management is the foundation that enables healthcare organizations to answer critical questions, better report quality measures, and better analyze patient care outcomes.
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Watch to learn how terminology management can help your reporting and analytics.
Cheryl Mason, MSHI — Senior Manager, Strategic Consulting Clinical Informatics
Cheryl has over 25 years of medical industry experience including 10 years of experience in medical informatics. Cheryl received her Master’s degree in Health Informatics from Walden University, and has a particular interest in data normalization as it advances interoperability and data analytics in healthcare. She leads a team of content analysts and subject matter experts at Health Language that consult with clients across the healthcare spectrum regarding standardized terminologies, data governance, ICD-10 remediation, data normalization, and risk mitigation strategies.
Deborah Szymanski, RN, BSN — Clinical Strategy Manager
Deborah Szymanski has 14 years of experience working in healthcare, and started her healthcare career in the Emergency Room at the University of Colorado Hospital as a staff nurse, charge nurse, and preceptor for new graduate nurses. Deborah was also a clinical instructor and preceptor for nursing students at the University of Colorado School of Nursing. After nine years in the ER, Deborah began working with medical software vendors, in both professional services and sales. Deborah spent four years implementing EMRs and revenue management software in emergency departments. At Health Language, Deborah helps clients with ICD-10 remediation, content standardization, data normalization, and data governance.