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|Call for Abstracts|
We are pleased to invite dynamic industry experts, educators, practitioners, and authors to submit a Call for Abstracts form if they wish to present at the AHDI Healthcare Documentation Integrity Conference taking place August 4-6, 2016, in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Upon submission of a Call for Abstracts form, the Program Committee will review the submitted form and if they feel the presentation outlined is a fit for the program, they will contact the presenter/applicant. The deadline for submissions has now passed.
The Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI) is the world’s largest not-for-profit association representing the individuals and organizations in healthcare documentation. AHDI’s purpose is to protect the integrity of patients’ health information through continuous workforce development and the support of practitioners and industry partners. Learn more about AHDI's Healthcare Documentation Integrity Conference by visiting our web page.
Criteria for Selection
Submitting an Abstract
Notification of Acceptance
Proposal Guidelines & Requirements
Limit speaker panels submissions to no more than four (4) presenters. Panel members should represent different organizations or areas of practice and present various perspectives.
You may submit more than one session proposal; however, the Program Committee may accept only one proposal for presentation.
Finalize presenter participation prior to submitting proposal. The Committee will not consider proposals without completed contact information, and the signature(s) indicating all proposed presenter(s) have agreed to participate in the session.
Include a catchy, interesting title that corresponds with the session description and learning objectives and clearly expresses the goal of the session.
Include 3 to 5 specific learning objectives for attendees, and a 150- to 200-word session abstract. The learning objectives should correspond to skills attendees will learn from the session and apply to their own work.
Include the estimated time requirement. (Presentations may be 1 or 2 hours in length, including approximately 10 to15 minutes for questions and answers.)
If the abstract is chosen, presenters must submit a jpeg image of themselves.
Presenters should not submit presentations that have been given at other AHDI conferences in the past.
Evaluation of Proposals
The Program Committee will review all proposals based on the following criteria:
Call for Abstracts Form–The Committee will not review proposals that do not provide complete presenter contact information, the signature of each presenter, 3 to 5 learning objectives, 150- to 200-word session abstract, or other required information.
Content–Sessions should address original research or case studies, innovative practices, creative solutions, and the future of medical transcription. Presenters should be sensitive to the potential over-commercialization of products and/or services discussed in the context of their sessions. Presentations that focus only on the commercial aspects of a product or service are not permitted.
Learning objectives–should be clearly stated and achievable for the presenters in the given time frame. They must be valuable for a participant’s career development.
Panels–If the presenters are balanced in addressing different aspects of a topic.
Known presentation skills–If the presenters have already been seen at a previous AHDI or component events, how recently or often, and whether or not the audience rated the presentation highly.