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Director’s Note: 2012 ACDIS annual conference speaking lineup finalized

CDI Strategies, November 10, 2011

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Thanks to the hard work of a volunteer conference committee, the 2012 ACDIS annual conference speaking lineup has been finalized. You can find a complete listing of the session titles and speakers here:

This year’s conference features an added emphasis on taking your CDI program to the next level. You’ll find sessions on incorporating quality measures and patient safety initiatives, expanding into pediatric chart review, reviewing observation cases, and more. ICD-10 and sessions on RAC defense are also prominently featured this year.
The 2012 ACDIS conference committee includes the following members: Christi Sarasin, Shelia Bullock, Judy Rochelle, Charrington Nicholl, Nita Seel, Eva Valles, Wendy DeVreugd, Abby Steelhammer, Susan McCoy, Michelle Limo, Sheri Blanchard, Ellen Chang, and Kelly Sears.
Stay tuned for more information about other conference related activities, including the local chapter networking lunch, the 2012 CDI Professional of the Year awards, and our poster session.

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