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1 AHIA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING 2013 AHIA 32 nd Annual Conference – August 25-28, 2013 – Chicago, IL 1

2 Agenda  Introductions  2013 Strategic Initiatives  Executive Committee Reports – Budget and Finance, Nominating  Committee Reports – Education, Membership and Awards, Professional Practices and Publications  Q & A  Drawing 2

3 2013 Board of Directors  Robert Michalski, CHC, CHPC, CHRC, CCE - Chair  Heidi Crosby, CPA, CIA, CHFP - Vice Chair  Cavell Alexander, MBA, CPA, CIA, CFE - Secretary/Treasurer  Joyce Lang, CPA, CIA - Past Chair  Dagmar Herrmann-Estes, MBA, CIA - Director  Linda McKee, CPA, CIA - Director  Debra Muscio, CFE, CHC, CCE - Director  Bryon Neaman, CPA, CIA - Director  Kelly Nueske, RN, CPA, CMA, CIA – Director  David L. Stumph – Executive Director 3

4 2013 Strategic Initiatives 4 Identify Evolving Competencies to Strengthen AHIA Member Resources Offer AHIA Publications in a Digital Format Marketing Strategy Improve Website Functionality and Navigation Provide Increased Education Opportunities to Support Member Needs

5 Evolving Competencies – Key Programming Focus Areas: 5 Clinical Quality Information Technology Security Marketing Strategy General Audit Management Compliance Revenue Cycle

6 Key Initiatives 6 Implement New Perspectives in a Digital Format AHIA’s award-winning New Perspectives is now available on iPad, iPhone and Android devices. Digital access to New Perspectives is included with AHIA membership. Download the free app (on iTunes or Google Play), then login with your AHIA username and password. A wealth of up-to-date information on current trends and issues in the areas of financial auditing, operational auditing, medical auditing, management and consulting, and information systems auditing, as well as the healthcare industry and the auditing profession is just a tap away!

7 Key Initiatives 7 Improved Website (Search and Navigation) In addition to enhanced search capabilities within the Audit Library and New Perspectives archives, and functional navigation over all, the AHIA website has been restructured based on best practices in website development. Our goal is to make it easier for our members to find the many reference tools available on the site.

8 Key Initiatives 8 FREE Members-only Webinars You asked for it! Up to nine "free to AHIA members" webinars will be offered before the close of To date we have offered the following: AHIA EHR Auditor User Group - Epic Webinar Series: The newly established AHIA EHR Auditor User Group - Epic recently began its "free to members" discussion forums on May 23 and July 26 - with outstanding participation. AHIA/Protiviti's "Top Priorities for Internal Audit in Healthcare Provider Organizations” Webinar: Offered July 11, over 500 attendees!

9 Key Initiatives 9 FREE Members-only Webinars – TO COME… AHIA/Grant Thornton FREE Webinar Series: Our partners at Grant Thornton LLP will be offering a series of four webinars, beginning in September 2013 through January 2014:  September 27: Third-party Relationships of Your Confidential Data: Management Oversight Processes Risk Assessment  October 25: Enterprise Risk Management: Perceptions from Two Highly- Reputable Health System Executives Who Got It Right  November 15: Cloud Computing  January 10: Update on HIPAA Omnibus Rule and the Implications to Your Hospital

10 Key Initiatives 10 EHR Auditor User Group – Epic The AHIA EHR Auditor User Group - Epic has been established to connect Epic users with one another through online and in-person educational events and discussion forums. It is our goal to provide AHIA members and friends with the opportunity to enhance EHR auditing skills by sharing best practices and lessons learned, identifying audit risks and developing references. Stay tuned for details on upcoming sessions. Dates will be available soon: OCTOBER 10, 2013: Segregation of Duties (online) NOVEMBER 2013: Focus on Meaningful Use (online)

11 Key Initiatives 11 eLearning Establish an eLearning program for the AHIA, tailored to the unique education needs of the healthcare internal audit professional. The AHIA eLearning program will provide high quality, relevant, timely and pertinent information in an affordable and effective manner. The eLearning program will complement the other education offerings of the AHIA and will provide this education on- demand, and at a discount, to AHIA members.

12 Budget and Finance Committee 12 Heidi Crosby, CPA, CIA, CHFP Vice Chair Heidi Crosby, CPA, CIA, CHFP Vice Chair Robert Michalski, CHC, CHPC, CHRC, CCE Chair Robert Michalski, CHC, CHPC, CHRC, CCE Chair Joyce Lang, CPA, CIA Past Chair Joyce Lang, CPA, CIA Past Chair Cavell Alexander, MBA, CPA, CIA, CFE Secretary/Treasurer Cavell Alexander, MBA, CPA, CIA, CFE Secretary/Treasurer

13 2012 Audited Financial Statements 13 AHIA External Auditors - Heider, Tanner & Dirks, Inc.:  Expressed an unqualified opinion  No deficiencies in internal controls reported  No significant audit adjusting journal entries 2012 AHIA AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ARE POSTED ON THE AHIA WEBSITE (www.ahia.org) IN THE MEMBERS ONLY SECTIONwww.ahia.org

14 2012 Audited Financials 14

15 Revenue Components 15

16 Expense Components 16

17 2013 Unaudited Financials – As of and for the six months ended June 30,

18 Nominating Committee 18 Joyce Lang, CPA, CIA AHIA Past Chair Thomas Boyle Member Palomar Pomerado Health Thomas Boyle Member Palomar Pomerado Health Andrea Claire Member The University of Texas System Administration Andrea Claire Member The University of Texas System Administration Marianne Culich Member Swedish American Health System Marianne Culich Member Swedish American Health System

19 Nominating Committee Accomplishments 19 Recommended a full slate of candidates for 2014 Board of Directors Election: Secretary/Treasurer David Richstone, MBA, CIA, CPA, CRMA, Associate Director, Internal Audit – University of Miami – Miami, Florida Director-at-Large Linda S. McKee, CPA, CIA and CFE, Chief Audit Executive (CAE) – Sentara Healthcare – Norfolk, Virginia (2-year term) Mary Jane R. Schroeder, CIA, CRMA, CICA, Senior Manager, Internal Audit – MedStar Health – Nottingham, Maryland (3-year term) Dennis Smyser, CPA, CHC, Director of Internal Audit and Compliance – Brooks Rehabilitation – Jacksonville, Florida (3-year term)

20 Publications Committee 20 Mark Ruppert, Chair Cedars-Sinai Health System E-News Subcommittee Renee Jaenicke, Chair E-News Subcommittee Renee Jaenicke, Chair Editorial Subcommittee Justine Dover, Chair and Kenneth Spence Editor of New Perspectives Editorial Subcommittee Justine Dover, Chair and Kenneth Spence Editor of New Perspectives White Paper Subcommittee Glen Mueller, Chair White Paper Subcommittee Glen Mueller, Chair Linda McKee, Board Liaison Sentara Healthcare

21 Publications Committee Accomplishments 21 Committee Charter Established NP Digital Task Force  Committee newly formed this past year.  Board-Approved Charter set its primary goals to include:  Developing & recommending strategic direction to support the professional guidance and reference needs of AHIA members.  Recommending new publications/content to be funded, partnered, etc.  Supporting and providing direction for the Editorial, E-News, & White Paper Subcommittees.  NP Digital Task force formed to create the new Digital New Perspectives Opportunities

22 Publications Committee Sub-Committee Accomplishments 22 E-News: Editorial: White Paper:  Tracking – 13-month rolling average exceeds national benchmarks for associations  33% of newsletters sent were opened vs. benchmark of association industry standard of 20%  47% of those who opened newsletter clicked on at least one link vs. benchmark of association industry standard of 13%  “New Perspectives” redesign; new digital version available for mobile and website search enhancements in August 2013  Published Whitepaper in conjunction with Grant Thornton - “Third party relationships and your confidential data: Assessing risk and management oversight processes”

23 Publications Committee Current Sub-Committee Activities 23 E-News: Editorial: White Paper: o Seeking relevant news and contributions from members o Increase frequency of New Perspectives – with issues currently in the design phases o Determining a new topic and partner for 2014 publication

24 Education Committee 24 Debra Muscio, Board Liaison In-person Education Annual Conference Subcommittee Mary Jane Schroeder Annual Conference Subcommittee Mary Jane Schroeder Regional Seminars Subcommittee Marlane Berg Regional Seminars Subcommittee Marlane Berg CAE/Audit Roundtable Subcommittee Robert Lund CAE/Audit Roundtable Subcommittee Robert Lund Debi Weatherford, Co-Chair In-person Education Webinars Subcommittee Russell Harder Webinars Subcommittee Russell Harder EHR Auditor User Group - Epic Subcommittee Catherine Wakefield EHR Auditor User Group - Epic Subcommittee Catherine Wakefield Tech Talk Subcommittee Chase Whitaker Tech Talk Subcommittee Chase Whitaker eLearning Development Subcommittee Heidi Crosby eLearning Development Subcommittee Heidi Crosby Susan Smoger Co-Chair Remote Learning Dagmar Herrmann-Estes, Board Liaison Remote Learning

25 In-Person Education Committee Accomplishments 25 ANNUAL CONFERENCE:  New mobile app implemented  Excellent attendance REGIONAL SEMINARS:  Recruited 23 members as volunteer organizers. Six new teams were organized to plan seminars in the following states: Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, North and South Carolina, Ohio and Michigan – BEGINNING IN 2014  Annual seminars are scheduled in Houston this November and December in the Mid- Atlantic Region (December 6, 2013) CAE/AUDIT ROUNDTABLES:  10 CAE and Audit Roundtables held in Philadelphia, New York, Dallas, North Carolina and San Francisco with 3 more planned in 2013

26 In-Person Education Committee Current Activities 26 ANNUAL CONFERENCE:  Planning the 2014 AHIA Annual Conference in Austin, Texas – September 21-24, 2014  Amy Greenhoe, Trinity Health, has agreed to Chair – Looking for volunteers REGIONAL SEMINARS:  Planning up to 10 regional seminars in 2014 in new markets CAE/AUDIT ROUNDTABLES:  Planning 2014 events  Identify leaders willing to assist in organizing roundtables in new locations We are always looking for presenters and sponsors! If you are interested in getting involved, please let us know!

27 Remote Education Accomplishments 27 WEBINARS:  Provided free-to-members webinars in conjunction with Protiviti and the AHIA EHR Auditor User Group – with more to come in partnership with Grant Thornton LLP this fall  Produced 5 webinars in 2013 with 2 more planned EHR AUDITOR USER GROUP – EPIC:  Subcommittee was formed to organize and the plan activities for this group  Two Webinars have been held as well as in-person session at the conference TECH TALK:  Enhanced format to include SMEs on the call to discuss/answer questions  Implemented new GoToMeetings platform

28 Remote Education Current Activities 28 WEBINARS:  Next Webinar is September 19, 2013: Structuring a Value Added Internal Audit Shop: Leveraging Capability and Improving Quality. Presented by Dan Clayton  Planning Fall 2013 schedule and assessing topics to provide 12 webinars in 2014 in addition to free-to-member webinars EHR AUDITOR USER GROUP – EPIC:  Two more free-to-members Webinars are planned for September and November TECHTALK:  Next call is September 9, 2013: Focus on HIPAA Omnibus Rule of 2013, featuring AHIA IT Security Subject Matter Leader: Jennifer McGill  Planning call for December 2013 and 4 calls will be held during 2014 We are always looking for presenters and sponsors! If you are interested in getting involved, please let us know!

29 Membership and Awards Committee 29 Debbie Radke, Chair Johns Hopkins University Kelly Nueske, Board Liaison Altegra Health Volunteer Recognition Subcommittee Victoria Tang Volunteer Recognition Subcommittee Victoria Tang Membership Retention Subcommittee Summer Daniel Membership Retention Subcommittee Summer Daniel Awards Subcommittee Debbie Radke Awards Subcommittee Debbie Radke Long-Term Recognition Subcommittee Carolyn Golden Long-Term Recognition Subcommittee Carolyn Golden Membership Recruitment Subcommittee Debbie Radke Membership Recruitment Subcommittee Debbie Radke

30 Membership & Awards Committee Accomplishments 30  Record Membership Numbers – Working to exceed strategic plan goal!  Developed new Subcommittee structure  Efforts continuing, through assigned task forces, to develop formal Membership Recruitment and Retention Programs  Implemented Long-Term Member Recognition Program  Identified Award recipients

31 Membership & Awards Committee Current Activities 31  Evaluating member benefits in light of 2012 Membership Needs Assessment Survey results – identifying enhancement opportunities  Continue to raise awareness of online tracking tool for member volunteer efforts  Refining Volunteer Recognition Program

32 Professional Practices Committee 32 Dan Clayton, Chair Senior Consultant, IA Strategy and Infrastructure Bryon Neaman, Board Liaison Bon Secours Health System, Inc. Audit Library Subcommittee Lori R. Chapin Audit Library Subcommittee Lori R. Chapin Subject Matter Leadership Subcommittee Jason McKinney Subject Matter Leadership Subcommittee Jason McKinney Professional Collaborative Media Development (Social Outreach) Subcommittee Oscar Brown Professional Collaborative Media Development (Social Outreach) Subcommittee Oscar Brown

33 Professional Practices Committee Accomplishments 33  Completed Audit Library Reclassification  Continual Review of Audit Library Submissions  Simplified Audit Library Submission Process  Developed Evolving Competencies for Strategic Plan  Development of Subject Leader Program  Identified IT Security SML, Jennifer McGill  Indentified Revenue Cycle SML, Arlene Baril

34 Professional Practices Committee Current Activities 34  Modernize Audit Library, solicit content in priority areas  Begin operating Subject Leadership Program, recruit, promote, maintain  Increase Membership Collaboration through managed social media, List Serve, and LinkedIn More significant progress will happen when we are able to tie Audit Library and Subject Leadership goals into AHIA websites that are easy to use and provide intuitive guidance on interacting with them. This will allow us to launch effective campaigns for library content and subject leader involvement, and member use of these resources.

35 Q&A 35

36 AHIA 32 nd Annual Conference Supporters 36 Thank You to all our sponsors and exhibitors who contributed financially toward the success of the AHIA 32nd Annual Conference: Diamond Level Sponsor Deloitte & Touche LLP Gold Level Sponsors Grant Thornton LLP PwC Silver Level Sponsors Altegra Health Eminere Group Exhibitors American Association of Medical Audit Specialists (AAMAS) American Appraisal CaseWare IDEA Contract Management Strategies CynergisTek, Inc. Deloitte & Touche LLP Eminere Group LLC Grant Thornton LLP Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) Protiviti Inc. Saudi Aramco Talson Solutions LLC TeamMate Audit Management System Thomson Reuters Accelus

37 Prize Drawing 37 Win a FREE conference registration for the 2014 AHIA Annual Conference! September 21-24, 2014 Austin, Texas

38 THANK YOU! 38 We would like to thank all of the members for their contributions to AHIA’s 2013 success. And, a special Thank You to all of the volunteers who have donated their time to assure the continued success of AHIA

39 39 Save the Date September 21-24, rd Annual Conference Austin, Texas


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