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Conference Update: Call for poster presentations open

Share your CDI success with ACDIS conference attendees.

Share your CDI success with ACDIS conference attendees.

Have you thought about presenting a poster at the 2015 ACDIS conference in San Antonio? It’s a great opportunity to showcase your organization’s CDI program and success with a national audience. This popular event is always well-received by conference attendees. To give you an idea of what you might present, here is a partial list of topics from last year (you can view them in the Forms & Tools Library under “conference materials”):

  • Work flow, tracking processes, DG denials
  • Anatomy of an effective query
  • Documentation impact on quality, reimbursement
  • Pediatric-specific tip sheets per service line
  • Transforming from I-9 to I-10
  • Effective provider communication and education
  • Physician champions in urology
  • Malnutrition documentation
  • Charting query success
  • The value of ancillary services

Posters will be on display in the exhibit hall throughout the conference. Presenters are required to be on site for a dedicated time, one to two hours, to speak with conference attendees about their poster. Presenters may bring handouts, though these are not required.

We’ll take a photo of each poster and post it along with a one-page description (due from each presenter) on the ACDIS website following the conference.

To apply to present a poster in San Antonio, click this link, download the application, and return it by February 13. The conference committee will review the applications and select acceptable ideas for conference presentation. Limit, one poster per facility will be approved. Presenters receive a $200 discount off their conference registration fee (one discount per poster).

Email Penny Richards with questions.

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Penny Richards About the Author: Penny Richards is the ACDIS Member Services Specialist. She is your primary contact for membership questions, including those about certification, recertification, continuing education credits, and employer verification inquiries.

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