Clinical Coding Roadmap
As an interactive and informative forum, this dedicated day will get you up to date with all the latest developments in coding as well as putting the leading minds together to take the next step into the future of clinical coding. By learning from others’ real experience and shared challenges, you will be able to map your progress to date and take away inspiration and ideas to implement and plan your changes.
Featuring cutting-edge presentations, that tackle the future direction of clinical coding as well as drilling into best practice detail, this is also a great networking day where you can meet new contacts, ask questions and share experiences.
By bringing in different perspectives, this conference will challenge your current reality with unique and dynamic engagement with coding services from across the country. Featuring:
- Taking the next step in clinical coding: ICD-11 and OPCS-4.9 update, and the reality of working with SNOMED-CT
- Raising standards for clinical coding: scope of Getting it Right First Time and staffing, banding and structure
- Mental Healthcare clinical coding: translating mental health for coding: managing data quality and improving accuracy
- Engaging clinicians in clinical coding: leveraging clinical engagement and a consultant real-time appraisal tool
- Sharing pockets of excellence: sharing improvement journeys in technology, data quality and coding accuracy
This educational seminar will identify stumbling blocks and suggest solutions for the current and future challenges facing clinical coders. The conference is a unique professional development opportunity for:
- Clinical Coding Managers and Deputy Managers
- Coding Business Managers
- Classifications Managers
- Heads of Clinical Coding
- Coding Auditors
- Coding Trainers
- Clinical Coders and Senior Clinical Coders
- Directors of Information
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‘Progressing Clinical Coding’ was previously held in Leicester in April 2018 and attendees reported that the day was an ‘Excellent day to update knowledge and future innovations’ and ‘useful, informative, relevant’.
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Current good practice and future direction of coding explored
|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks|
Marc Farr, Director of Information, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Taking the next step in clinical coding
|9.40||Clinical classifications update|
ICD-11 update and next steps
Update on classifications product support and services
Victoria Tudge, Senior Classifications Manager, NHS Digital
|10.10||Reality of working with SNOMED-CT: processes and challenges involved |
What tools are required: from practical necessities to wider service implications
Understanding cross-mapping: practical examples explained
How a clinician-led system impacts coders and data quality: lessons learnt
Raising standards for clinical coding
|11.10||Getting it Right First Time: opportunities and implications for clinical coding|
Scope of GIRFT: coding recipes, classification updates, intelligence gathering, best practice
GIRFT, data quality and the increase in data scrutiny
Collaboration and the opportunity for building and delivering substantial improvements
Andy Wheeler, Clinical Coding Lead, GIRFT and NOA, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Sue Eve-Jones, Clinical Coding Lead, GIRFT and Director, PACC-UK and Laura Standen, Coding Project Manager, GIRFT
|11.40||Raising standards and achieving nationwide alignment for NHS clinical coding|
Staffing, banding and structure: how to improve coding and develop coders
Development of professional standards: raising the level of professionalism in coding
Standards and remote coding: grades of coder at home vs office based
Sue Eve-Jones, Director, PACC-UK
|12.10||Q&A with the morning speakers|
Mental Healthcare clinical coding
|2.00||Driving forward clinical coding in mental healthcare|
Translating mental health for clinical coding: managing data quality and improving accuracy
Key coding practices for co-morbidities and complexities
Training and accreditation for mental health services: developing the right skill set
Kim Dawson, Clinical Coding Manager, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
|Engaging clinicians in clinical coding|
Insight into the steps taken to engage clinicians and improve quality through coding presence in theatres
How to get the trust on board: achieving investment in the existing workforce
Enthusing staff, embracing change and overcoming perceived obstacles and challenges
Nikki Dudley, Clinical Coding Manager, Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust
|3.20||Building a platform for coding and leveraging clinical engagement to deliver improvements|
Planning and delivering ongoing engagement programmes: creating a valued coding department
Optimising HRG allocation: impact on income and underperforming specialities
Importance of engagement on the whole review process: identifying problem areas and implementing suitable solutions
Gareth Jones, Clinical Coding Improvement Programme Manager, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
|Sharing pockets of excellence|
|3.50||Implementation and effectiveness of a consultant real-time appraisal tool|
Insight into linking data towards real time appraisal for consultants
Impact of real time data on data quality: recent and relevant sharing of patient information
How the coder-consultant relationship has changed and data quality outcomes shared
Marc Farr, Director of Information, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
|4.20||GROUP DISCUSSION: Sharing improvement journeys technology, data quality and coding accuracy|
Effective use and adoption of technology: impact of EPR on coding accurately and efficiency
Building in remote coding: challenges and outcomes shared
Role of automated coding in improving data quality
Led by: Marc Farr, Director of Information, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
|4.40||Close of day|
Equip your coding team with the right knowledge to progress clearly and efficiently. Speakers confirmed to-date include:
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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
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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