Moving Towards Remote Clinical Coding
This interactive and informative workshop is a great opportunity to discover how your service can effectively move in to the new era of remote clinical coding. You will learn how to encourage and support success in a paperless environment by preparing your team to overcome the challenges and develop your personalised action plan.
If your team are keen to keep ahead of the progressions and want to deliver modern clinical coding, then this workshop will provide a forum in which you can ask your burning questions and learn practical tools to drive forward positive change. Move towards remote clinical coding and take this unique opportunity to learn:
- Tools to futureproof your service: how clinical coding is developing and how to grow with it
- The practicalities of taking your department remote: Bournemouth case study
- How to overcome the challenges to go remote: improving communication and productivity
- How to create a thorough action plan for practical, positive and sustainable change
Take one day out to define your service progression goals, share ideas on how to achieve them and discover how to future proof your clinical coding service. Featuring practical tips to enable your service to move seamlessly towards remote clinical coding, this day will offer the right expertise to develop your skills and understanding so that you can:
- Create a solid action plan to give structure to the process of going paperless and remote
- Motivate and enthuse staff to make a success of remote coding
- Build stronger communications to ensure staff are supported and not isolated
- Maximise existing team skills to improve your team’s productivity
- Overcome your challenges by learning from NHS case studies and asking questions
This timely and engaging workshop will focus on how to move from identifying future service goals to achieving them. The day deliver fresh and workable ideas for:
- Commissioning Directors
- Directors of Information
- Clinical Coding Managers & Deputy Managers
- Coding Business Managers
- Classifications Managers
- Lead Clinicians
- Heads of Clinical Coding
- Coding Auditors
- Coding Trainers
- Clinical Coders and Senior Clinical Coders
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to clinical coding audience, build familiarity and takeaway leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related clinical coding, SBK would welcome working with you. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here:
Please email Nichola.email@example.com for further details
‘Progressing Clinical Coding’ was previously held in March 2017 and attendee feedback included ‘Excellent day to update knowledge and future innovations’ and ‘Well organised topical event providing useful information to consider effects/ benefits for our trust’.
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|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Leaders opening remarks and introduction of attendees|
|10.10||Tools to futureproof your service: how clinical coding is developing and how to grow with it|
Transitioning to EPR and remote coding: the impact of increased flexibility for coders
What else is changing and how quickly will it affect your working norms?
Training your team to deliver remotely: maximising in-house skill sets and developing existing talents
Spotlight session with Jane Ennis, Clinical Coding Manager, The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, followed by a group discussion on benchmarking your coding service and sharing tips for progression
|11.20||Bournemouth case study: outlining the experience of a remote coding department|
From office-based to rolling out remote coders: motivations, IT challenges and staff experiences
Overcoming the communication barrier: promoting effective sharing in a new environment
Outcomes so far: mapping productivity, staff satisfaction and wider working implications
Jane Ennis, Clinical Coding Manager, The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|12.00||Group discussion: benchmark your coding service and share tips for progression |
Take this opportunity to network with your peers and discuss where your service is at, what you are currently delivering and how you would like to progress. Share your experiences or thoughts on remote coding, SNOMED, contract coding and any other topical talking points!
|1.40||Overcoming the challenges to go remote: improving communication and productivity|
Engaging your team and managing expectations: supporting staff through a period of change
Maximising coder productivity: motivating and empowering coders without ‘micromanaging’
What happens when we aren’t sure? Methods to deal with queries quickly and effectively
|3.00||Successfully building your action plan for practical, positive and sustainable change |
Deciding what to undertake and when: making sure your decisions reflect your team’s needs
Modernising the whole trust approach to data: getting clinical staff on board with new systems
Is the future of clinical coding cost-effective? Mapping the specific financial effects
|4.00||Close of day: Recap of objectives, understanding and tools to take away|
Led by experienced clinical coding professionals and offering a variety of tips to effectively transition towards remote coding, this workshop will offer a practical guide to modernising your service:
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- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
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