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Richelle Marting, JD, MHSA, RHIA

Clinical Assistant Professor


Education and Training

The University of Kansas, School of Allied Health: Bachelor of Science - Health Information Management
The University of Kansas, School of Medicine: Master of Health Services Administration
University of Missouri, Kansas City: Juris Doctor, cum laude


Research Interests

Health Information Privacy, Reimbursement for Healthcare Providers
My research focuses on privacy standards for information collected by healthcare providers, and the evolving payment structures through which healthcare organizations are paid by government and other third-party payers. I have developed professional resources on these topics published through several professional associations:

  • Nebraska Health Information Management Legal Manual, Nebraska Health Information Management Association, 2019
  • Protecting Adolescent Patient Privacy: Four Key Questions, American Academy of Family Physicians Family Practice Management Journal, January 2019
  • The ONC/OCR HIPAA Security Risk Assessment Tool: Review of Version 3.0's New Features, American Bar Association Health eSource, Volume 15 Issue 3, November 2018
  • Kansas Health Information Management Legal Manual, Kansas Health Information Management Association, 2018
  • Evaluation and Management (E/M) Coding and Documentation Burden Coult Lighten in 2019 Under CMS Proposed Rule, American Academy of Family Physicians Family Practice Management Journal, July 2018
  • HIPAA: Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions, American Academy of Family Physicians Family Practice Management Journal, March 2018
  • Navigating the Waters of HIPAA Regulations and Resources: The Basics, Journal of AHIMA, American Health INformation Management Association, 2017
  • Legal Manual, Missouri Health Information Management Association, 2011, 2016-Current
  • Understanding the ONC Security Risk Assessment Tool, American Bar Association Health eSource, 2014

Teaching

My teaching interests include healthcare law and governance, healthcare reimbursement, and privacy and security. I strive for an interactive classroom environment founded in discussion and application of concepts studied to real-world scenarios.

  • HP&M 832: Health Policy and Governance
  • HEIM 230: Medical Terminology
  • HEIM 420: Legal Aspects of Health Information Management
  • HEIM 565: Clinical Termonologies and Classifications I
  • HEIM 585: Healthcare Reimbursement and Financing
  • Medical Coding Certification Preparation Course


Curriculum Vitae

Last modified: Jul 31, 2019

Contact

Richelle Marting, JD, MHSA, RHIA
Clinical Assistant Professor

rmarting@kumc.edu

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