Friday, July 14, 2017

Medical Necessity Toolkit! Available NOW!!!+

Guess what???  My Medical Necessity Toolkit that I developed for HC-Pro is available now...  so please take advantage of some GREAT info at an extremely good price!!!  ....    Just click on the link above! ... and again. HAPPY CODING! 

Are you needing an Ed'Venture???

Hey - did you know??? Idaho State University is a CAHIIM accredited school in the State of Idaho?? AND you can get your education 100% on-line??? 
See the info below and get your ED'Venture started.... You get the opportunity to be taught by some of the most amazing faculty - These folks are GREAT!!!

Greetings Fellow HIM Professionals:

The Idaho State University, College of Technology, Health Information Technology (HIT) program is pleased to announce that we are expanding our program to continue to meet your businesses needs and the entire health care industry’s needs. 
Our statistics show that the demand for Health Information Technicians and Medical Coders is vastly increasing each year. To compensate for this high demand, we have recently expanded our class sizes to train even more students for these health care positions. The HIT program offers both traditional seated and wholly online options, with the exception of the final hands on practicum, that prepares students to pass the Registered Health Information Technician exam once graduated.
Graduates that you hire will still have the same superior educational skills and training. The only difference in the HIT program is that it can now enroll and accept a larger number of students, and a Medical Coding Certificate option is available. Our program has proudly prepared highly qualified health information technicians and/or medical coders who have been hired by companies all over the world. We know this expansion will be a benefit to multiple health care trades including your own. 
We encourage you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity and reach out to colleagues, associates, family members, and friends who may be interested in pursuing a rewarding, profitable career in health information technology and/or medical coding. The program is particularly well suited to individuals who are already working in HIM and wish to pursue their RHIT credential. 
The program can also work with individuals who wish to retrain into the HIM field. Full and part-time student status is available. We are always available to meet with future students and help them start their successful careers!
The HIT program is now enrolling for the Fall 2017 semester, beginning in August!
For more information on the Health Information Technology program, please contact any of the following faculty:
Glenna Young, RHIA, CCS at or 208-282-4524
Wade Lowry, RHIT at or 208-282-3738
Rhonda Ward, RHIT at or 208-282-2388
We are also pleased to announce the addition of full-time faculty in the Boise area, housed at the ISU Meridian Center! The faculty member can be reached at:
Mona Doan, RHIT, CCS-P at or 208-242-8119