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Website Tips: How to register for ACDIS Radio and never miss an episode again

According to the 2017 ACDIS Membership Survey, 73.68% of members find ACDIS Radio a beneficial piece of their membership experience. The bi-weekly talk show hosted by ACDIS Director Brian Murphy covers a wide-range of CDI-related news and topics through conversations with industry leaders, ACDIS Advisory Board members, physicians, CDI specialists, and managers. The show airs every other Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. eastern.

But, how do you access this free resource? While you can head over to the ACDIS website and listen to all the past episodes as soon as a day after they originally air, registering for the program makes things even easier. Plus, when you listen live, you can weigh in on the weekly poll and participate in the Q&A segment.

Simply follow the two step process below and you’ll get a weekly reminder when the show will air and instructions on how to tune in.

1. First, go to the ACDIS main page and select “ACDIS Radio” under the “Network & Events” tab (it’s the third option).

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2. Then, click the “register” button underneath the ACDIS Radio logo. The registration page will automatically open in a new window.

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3. Fill in the necessary information on the registration page and click “register” at the bottom of the page.

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4. Once you’ve clicked “register,” you’ll see a confirmation page with an option to add the program directly to your Outlook email calendar. All the instructions for listening to the call will be in the reminder emails for each episode.

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Editor’s note: To listen back to previous episodes of ACDIS Radio, click here. To read a recent Radio Recap about a session at the ACDIS Symposium: Outpatient CDI, click here.

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Linnea Archibald About the Author: Linnea Archibald is the CDI editor for the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS). In this role, she helps out with the website, blog, social media, newsletter, and the CDI Journal. If you have any questions, feel free to email her.

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