Thousands of attendees at the 89th Annual AHIMA Convention and Exhibit took advantage of the opportunity to see up close the updates that nThrive is making to its Patient-to-Payment℠ solutions when they visited the nThrive booth and spoke with our onsite professionals.

nThrive showcased six industry-leading solutions at AHIMA:

Two rebrands were introduced at the AHIMA conference. nThriveCDI, previously precyseCDI™ and CDI Manager™, streamlines workflow and guarantees consistent and systematic documentation of provided care. nThrive Education™ formerly Precyse University™, has educated more than two million people, and has expanded our line of education solutions. To learn more about nThriveCDI and nThrive Education, read the press release.

Attendees had fun at the booth and won some awesome prizes! More than 100 visitors played the nThrive Education custom interactive game, “Off the Wall.” Real-time scores were kept through the duration of the conference and displayed on a leaderboard for all booth visitors to see. If you want to learn how nThrive Education custom education, gamification solutions can help your organization, click here. Also, a big congratulations to the winner of the Tory Burch handbag whose name was entered in the raffle just for spending time with the nThrive team at the booth.

On Monday night, October 9, nThrive hosted a fun bowling event for clients and AHIMA attendees at Lucky Strike. Guests indulged in delicious hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, and enjoyed themselves while bowling and playing billiards. Another prize – one attendee won a $500 American Express gift card.

The nThrive mission is to empower health care for every one in every community. nThrive industry experts, among others, had the opportunity to share their knowledge on how to help make the mission a reality through the educational sessions they led at AHIMA.

On Monday, October 9, Jackie Josing, assistant vice president of HIM and clinical coding services, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Gina Fones-DiCrocco, director of coding quality review and education, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Tom Ormondroyd, president of Education and Analytics, nThrive, presented “Building a Community-Sourced Coding Workforce from Military Veterans and Other Non-Traditional Sources” to a very engaging crowd, many of whom were veterans themselves. 

On Wednesday, October 11, two sessions were held; Michael Marron-Stearns, Apollo HIT CEO and founder and Bonnie Cassidy, managing director of Advisory Services, nThrive, presented “MACRA - How 50 years of Medicare reporting changes on January 1, 2018.” Denise Johnson vice president of HIM Integrated Services, nThrive, discussed “Health Information Management Maturity Model - Journey to Transformation.” To learn more about these sessions, click here.

If you want to learn more about our solutions, or see how we can assist all of your revenue cycle needs, contact us!

nThrive thanks our clients and booth attendees for making this another great year at AHIMA. We hope to see you next year in Miami!