We’re pleased to congratulate Intellis’ Director of Education Kim Felix, RHIA, CCS, on being named the Pennsylvania Health Information Association (PHIMA) 2023 Distinguished Member. Kim was honored at the PHIMA Annual Conference. We’re amazed at her accomplishments and so proud to have her as a leader on our team. The PHIMA Distinguished Member Award honors an outstanding association member who is recognized for loyal services to the association and contributions to the profession. The award recognizes an individual for regional, state, and national service, including offices held, published articles, teaching, and other contributions. Kim’s contributions have been significant, and the PHIMA Board of Directors recognizes her long-standing commitment to the association and health information management profession.
Kim is the Director of Education for Intellis. She has over 25 years of HIM coding experience, including coding, auditing, and management at various University and Community Hospitals. She is the project manager for a large-scale HCC federal engagement. She also was the project manager for an ICD-10 conversion for analytics software.
Kim’s education experience includes adjunct faculty appointments at Gwynedd-Mercy College, Pierce College, and Thomas Jefferson University and acting as a study mentor at Western Governors University.
At Intellis, Kim was the visionary behind the Intellis IQ Center. The IQ Center is our online platform where individuals and facility personnel can earn AHIMA and AAPC continuing education units. She has presented over twenty courses on the platform addressing coding tips, coding updates, coding clinic reviews, and COVID-19 updates. Additionally, the platform provides insight into CDI education and documentation quality.
Congratulations, Kim, on receiving the PHIMA Distinguished Member Award. We appreciate all that you do for our team and the healthcare industry.