Health Information Management

Membership Update: Quarterly Membership Call February 26

CDI Strategies, February 19, 2015

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The next ACDIS Quarterly Membership Conference Call will be held Thursday, February 26, from 1-2 p.m. Eastern. These quarterly calls are a means for ACDIS members to network with one another, and to discuss any CDI-related issues. Next week’s call will address:

  • ICD-10 implementation
  • CDI efforts in healthcare reform and Value-Based Purchasing
  • Advancing CDI program efforts

As always we welcome your comments, questions, and topic suggestions, and will ask the ACDIS Advisory Board to address as many as possible during the call. To submit a question in advance, email ACDIS Associate Director Melissa Varnavas at

ACDIS members received their dial-in instructions via email (please check your spam filters and email permissions to ensure you receive important information from ACDIS about your membership benefits). If you are an ACDIS member and did not receive your dial-in instructions, contact Penny Richards at  Please note that due to heavy call volume, we recommend you dial in 10 minutes early.

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