Tackling Recruitment and Promoting Remote Coding
This interactive workshop is as an excellent foundation upon to which to build a more stable coding team. By focussing on improving staff retention and promoting the department’s visibility, this day will share knowledge on how you can optimise your strategies for recruitment, budget and communication. Take one day out to discover the workable solutions which are being implemented by your peers and gather advice on improving relationships between coders and clinicians.
Could your service benefit from advice on how to promote the importance of coding? Would you like to be able to maximise your service’s productivity? Are you look to appeal to a new wave of coders to join your team? This one-day workshop will present your service with the perfect opportunity to delve into your challenges. You will gain insight into approaching recruitment without spending unnecessarily and promoting the visibility of department as well as innovative tips to assist you in building an action plan for positive and sustainable change.
As coding professionals, you most likely invest a large amount of time in clinical training and development, but this event is a unique opportunity to share operational challenges and discover solutions. Attend this event and kick-start the next phase of your service development by learning how your trust can confidently:
- Build a diverse workforce to promote adaptability
- Utilise the available resources to encourage new coders
- Approach General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and ensure compliance
- Improve the quality of working relationships within your multidisciplinary team
- Benchmark your service progression and achieve your next step
- Prepare workplace incentives to increase staff satisfaction
This insightful workshop will offer interesting presentations to help you proactively address the challenges facing clinical coding professionals. It has been developed to suit the specific needs of:
- Heads of Coding Departments
- Clinical Coding Managers
- Clinical Coding Specialty Leads
- Clinical Coding Data Analysts and Auditors
- Performance Officers
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‘Moving Towards Remote Clinical Coding’ took place in Leeds in 2018. Attendees remarked that it was an ‘excellent day’ that boasted ‘a lot of discussion and new ideas’ as well as being ‘informative and helpful’.
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Promoting coding, ensuring productivity and improving retention in your service
|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Opening remarks and introductions|
Remote working: Engaging your workforce
|10.10||Overcoming the challenges for going remote: tackling communication and productivity|
Engaging your team and managing expectations: supporting staff through a period of change
Tackling the common problems of remote coding and implementing efficient tactics to ensure safe productivity
Implementing workplace incentives to improve staff satisfaction and data quality
Remote working: Protecting data
|11.20||Adhering to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): what is the real risk when working remotely? |
Understanding the latest updates and ensuring compliance standards are met
Raising awareness: how to conduct risk assessments and improving training
Creating a secure environment: understanding when remote working is appropriate
|12.00||Discussion session: Is it inevitable that the NHS will align with digital data?|
Who owns data? Who should evaluate it? How can good data support and benefit the patients? Take the time to discuss these pressing questions with likeminded professionals to develop a strategy to incorporate clinical vendors, associations and digital providers into your service.
Recruitment: Appealing to applicants
|1.40||How to promote the visibility of your service and improve communication across your trust|
Implementing coding awareness sessions
Educating and encouraging the involvement of clinical leads into coding
Capitalising on the performance related pay scheme to build business cases
|2.20||Discussion: How to develop a practical guide to improve communication across your trust |
Take this opportunity to engage with your peers about schemes and initiatives that can be launched within your trust to raise awareness for your coding department. Create an action-plan with liked-minded peers from across the country to tackle issues surrounding the lack of recognition and the passing of responsibility.
Improving staff retention
|3.10||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
|3.50||Group discussion: benchmark your coding service and share tips for your team’s professional 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!
|4.20||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.30||End of day|
Take away a fresh understanding of how to ensure that your clinical coding department operates smoothly from:
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