Ciox offers a wide range of educational opportunities through our Coding Round Tables and webinars about the industry’s hot topics. When you attend a live webinar, you’ll earn 1 CEU.

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Industry Thought Leadership

These expert-led webinars cover topics in the ever-changing healthcare industry, from industry regulations and compliance to digital and technology transformation, to practical tips for improving quality and revenue integrity.

HIPAA Notice of Proposed Rule Making- What Does It Mean for Providers?

Join the Office for Civil Rights to learn more about the changes proposed in the HIPAA Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM). Although the comment period closed on May 6, it’s not too late to better understand the proposed changes and what they could mean for providers.

Featured Speaker: Tim Noonan, J.D., Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy

Why Rigorous Compliance Is Critical in ROI – Lessons Learned from 18 OCR Civil Monetary Penalties

There have been 18 OCR settlements of investigations into HIPAA Right of Access violations. What can we learn from these settlements? What can your organization do to avoid an investigation or worse, a civil money penalty? Join Elizabeth Delahoussaye, Ciox’s Chief Privacy Officer for a review of the cases and recommendations for making sure to stay compliant with HIPAA Right of Access.

Managing the 2021 STandards for Oncology Registry Entry (STORE) Changes

Great news, the changes to STORE 2021 for cancer cases diagnosed in 2021, and for some fields in 2020, are less dramatic than the changes seen in the cancer registry industry in 2018. Ciox can help in diving down into what these changes are and how they will impact your workflow.

This program has been approved by the NCRA for 1 Category A continuing education credit hour.

Leveraging SDoH Data to Improve Care Management and Reducing the Cost of Care

Rebecca Darnall, Product Management Director for Ciox, presents who assisted health plans trying to understand a patient’s social, environmental, and economic situation and how the combination may impact health outcomes. The social attributes described in this session can enable health care organizations to view patients as people living dynamic lives and create transparency that drives highly-informed care decisions and better care management targeting.