Clinical Coding National Networking Forum 2019
Bringing coders and clinicians together for one day only, this unique and empowering forum will help clinical coders to code more accurately by offering an insight into different clinical areas as well as showcasing an update on the profession from PACC-UK.
Developed in collaboration with PACC-UK since 2015, this networking forum offers clinical coders a valuable opportunity to hear from experienced clinicians and subsequently establish better, more supportive lines of communication between the two. Priced at only £209 plus VAT for all NHS and public sector employees, this event is designed for coders to attend with their coding team.
This conference is returning for a fifth year to create a space in which clinicians and coders can share knowledge and enable accurate clinical coding. The agenda for 2019 is currently being curated but will include clinical insight sessions and clinical coding discussions on best practice led by Sue Eve-Jones ACC, Director, PACC-UK.
Providing vital clinical insight to enable confident, accurate coding, this is a must attend forum for the whole coding team:
- Heads of Clinical Coding, Clinical Coding Managers
- Clinical Coders and Clinical Coding Trainers
- Trainee Clinical Coders
- Clinical Coding Auditors
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This dedicated networking event has a gold standard reputation with feedback from the 2016 Clinical Coding NNF including “very pertinent subject matter and excellent speakers” and “I already can’t wait for the next”, from 2017 “This has been a fantastic conference. The course content and the speakers were superb” and “A very useful day and helpful for coding purposes in understanding complexities of what was presented”, and from 2018 “A fantastic event, good variation of topics which were very educational” and “Will be recommending to colleagues, very interesting day both in terms of content and meeting fellow coders”.
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The agenda is currently under construction. Coding will be brought to life through clinical presentations, enabling greater understanding of technologies and treatments to improve data audits. What clinical areas would you like to hear more about? Is there a clinician in your trust who could present at the Clinical Coders National Networking Forum? Please do get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Vanessa on 01732 897788.
|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks |
Sue Eve-Jones ACC, Director, PACC-UK
Optimising Clinical Data
|9.40||Clinical update: utilising data ‘gone wrong’ and promoting patient care through data|
Using intelligence around data to identify what went wrong
Developing Getting It First Time (GIRFT) for Radiology and Urology
How can coding be applied and improved to advance patient treatment?
Clinical Insight: Diagnostics
|10.10||Overcoming obscurities of interventional Radiology to improve accuracy|
Recognising and revisiting key terms to improve the accuracy of coded data
Clarifying clinical notes and avoiding obscurity
Emphasising and understanding the importance of different procedures and coding accordingly
|11.00||Exploring clinical insights in Cardiology|
Specific focus acute coronary syndrome, STEMI, NSTEMI, endocardial and transmural myocardial infarction
Understanding current treatments
Heart failure: terminology, causes, progression of disease
Clinical Insight: Neurology
|11.30||Understanding Neurology: coding complex cases|
Refreshing neurological terms and medical decision making (MDM)
Understanding complex procedures and multiple assessments
Common complications and remedies: what comorbidities might you expect to see?
|12.00||Understanding and improving accurate coding in Stroke|
Coding with greater depth for strokes in accordance to ICD11 guidelines
Distinguishing cerebral and pre-cerebral arteries and more specific documentation
How can coding improve patient outcomes?
Clinical Insight: Orthopaedics
|1.40||Advancing coding for Fracture Fixation|
Fractures of the bone with focus on the pelvis and latest developments in fracture fixation
Spinal fractures: assumptions, treatment and fixation
Types of fixation: Kirschner (K) wire, dynamic hip screws, tension wire, plate fixation
Coding to Improve Patient Outcomes
|2.10||Benchmarking your service and overcoming variables to improve patient outcomes|
Overcoming the variety in systems and optimising GIRFT
Levelling the playing field: optimising your benchmarking service to improve data quality
Creating coding forum and sharing data: measure the impact on patient outcomes
Clinical Insight: Urology
|3.00||Managing and coding for Urology|
Recognising the scope of urology: coding for variable procedures
Coding for bladder procedures: stones, tumours, congenital disorders, incontinence and erectile dysfunction
Cases of the urethra and prostate: tumours, obstructions and infections
Male impotence, tumours, congenital disorders, infection, sterilisation and male infertility
Looking to the Future
|3.30||Investigating recent developments and future expectations for NHS clinical coders |
Navigating ICD11: what is new and how will it impact coders?
Addressing current concerns: what are the challenges and how to respond appropriately
The future of coding: how the profession will adapt in the long term
|4.00||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.20||Close of day|
Sue Eve-Jones ACC, Director, PACC-UK will be joined by an esteemed line-up of clinicans, to be confirmed, who will offer a vital clinical insight and enable confident, accurate coding.
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