with Stephanie Clack, B. Ed., CHIM
Program Specialist and an instructor in the
Health Information Management program at SAIT
Live Thursday December 7th, 2017 12 Noon MST
The replay is ready! Available for a limited time.
The Patient’s Medical Home (PMH) is the vision for the future of primary health care in Alberta. To become medical homes, clinics must identify their physician panel.
Discover how panel management will impact your practice and the new technical skills for the clinic manager or health information management professional that you need to know.
In this Practice Management Nugget Webinar for Your Healthcare Practice, Stephanie Clack will:
- update us on the changes in this primary health care strategy,
- discuss career opportunities for HIM professionals, and
- share strategies for primary care clinics to get the help that you need to implement physician panel management in your clinic.
The Patient’s Medical Home (PMH) is the vision for the future of primary health care in Alberta. To become medical homes, clinics must identify their physician panel. Discover how panel management will impact your practice and the new technical skills for the clinic manager or health information management professional that you need to know.
Discover How Panel Management Will Impact Your Practice!
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Featured Guest: Stephanie Clack, B.Ed., CHIM
Stephanie Clack is the Program Specialist and an instructor in the Health Information Management program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). Part of her mandate is to increase awareness of the emerging roles for HIM professionals through practicum placements and promoting the HIM professional skill set to industry. As a graduate of the program, Stephanie has been involved in practicum as a student herself, as a preceptor in industry, and through coordinating placements for SAIT learners. Stephanie also volunteers with the Canadian Health Information Management Association as a member of the Council on Education and Professional Practice.
New! Twitter Chat follows this webinar! #HIMPanel
Immediately after the interview with Stephanie Clack, I will be hosting a Twitter Chat.
Continue the discussion with Stephanie and other contributors who have implemented panel management, HIM professionals and students, and clinic managers.
This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about panel management, the role of panel manager, and this new opportunity for you to expand your skills in health information management that improves preventative and chronic illness patient care, access to care, and efficient clinic patient flow.
If you have a Twitter account, you can actively participate in the conversation. I’d love to hear from you about your panel management implementation or your questions about panel management. Login to your Twitter account and search for the hashtag: #HIMPanel.
If you don’t have a Twitter account, you can read the conversation displayed below. You will be able to follow the conversation including the tips, resources, and contributions from clinic managers, HIM professionals, HIM students, and healthcare providers.