Health Information Management

Membership Update: Quarterly Conference Call scheduled for May 24

CDI Strategies, May 10, 2012

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The next Quarterly Conference Call is scheduled for Thursday, May 24, 1-2 p.m., ET. ACDIS members should have already received email instructions regarding how to access the call.
Please note that due to heavy call volume, we recommend that you dial in 10 minutes early.

These calls are offered as a means for ACDIS members to network with one another and to discuss any industry-related issues. We will have a few ACDIS Advisory Board members on the call as well. We encourage your comments, thoughts, and questions during the call.

We want your ideas and questions!
If you have a question to ask or suggestions for discussion on the upcoming call, please e-mail ACDIS Director Brian Murphy at Conference calls are a great way to ask a question, air concerns, or gather input on a policy or procedure at your hospital. While we cannot guarantee your question or discussion point will be addressed on the call, we will try to work in as many as possible.

If you cannot attend the call, a digital recording will be available for members to download on the ACDIS website.

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