Sherry L. Murray
Christina has almost twenty years of technology marketing leadership experience, which gives her unique insight into the technology changes affecting information management. She argues that the next big wave is likely to be the application of artificial intelligence (AI) into business processes, like healthcare claims. Christina leverages her understanding of both software development and healthcare claims to help you understand how to integrate AI into your claims automation plan.
Holding a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University, Ms. Robbins is also an adjunct instructor for BYU and volunteers at Littleton Adventist Hospital.
Kirstin B. Ives,
Michelle Ann Richards BSHA, CPC, CPCO, CPMA, CPPM-I,
Michelle Ann Richards has over 26 years of health care experience and is a subject matter expert (SME) on Compliance, HR, Auditing and Risk Management. She has In-depth knowledge of Healthcare Compliance, Reimbursement, Privacy, Security, Fraud, Waste and Abuse laws.
She has provided expert testimony in high-level and complex False Claims Act (FCA), ZPIC, KEPRO and DEA cases.
She provides on-site Risk Assessments, Compliance Program Effectiveness Reviews and Compliance Program Implementation. She trains employees on billing, compliance, human resources, federal /state regulations and employer compliance expectations. She helps build necessary policies & procedures to start a culture of compliance and teaches medical organizations how to sustain it.
Michelle established her company Coding & Compliance Experts in 2009 and has successfully provided coding & compliance guidance to hundreds of medical professionals throughout the nation. You can review her website at www.coding-compliance-experts.com .
Michelle is a national speaker. Her passion is educating on complex healthcare topics, by writing articles, conference presentations, webinars and providing consulting services.
Douglas Rahden, MPH, CPMA