MHIMA Webinar- 2022 ICD-10-CM Updates
Please join us for a FREE MHIMA member webinar on Wednesday, October 27th.
2:00-3:00 PM MST
2022 ICD-10-CM Updates
If you are interested in joining, please RSVP to Glenda Rakes at email@example.com.
Webinar information will be emailed to those who have registered one day prior to the event.
Kristine Hancke, MS, RHIA, CCS, CHTS-IS
Program Director of the Health Information Coding Specialist Program Great Falls College, MSU
Hello! I am Kris Hancke. I am a graduate of James Madison University, where I studied Health Science. I also hold a Master’s degree in Information Technology with a concentration in Health Information Management from Capella University. Between obtaining these two degrees, I also received an Associate in Applied Science degree from Northern Virginia Community College in Health Information Technology. I am certified as a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) and a Certified Healthcare Technology Implementation Support Specialist (CHTS-IS) through AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association). Currently, I am a full-time Instructor and Program Director at Great Falls College MSU where I oversee the Health Information Coding Specialist Certificate program. Most recently I worked at Northern Virginia Community College for 4 years as an Instructor in the Health Information Technology Career Studies Certificate program and in the Health Information Technology Associate Degree program. I also worked at GE Healthcare for 12 years in various roles, including Implementation Consultant, Support Analyst and Software Test Engineer. I enjoy staying active by biking, walking and jogging around my neighborhood, in addition to going to the gym. My two children also keep me very busy! I enjoy spending time with them and watching their many sports events. I live in South Riding, Virginia and have 2 boys, ages 14 and 18. I thoroughly enjoy teaching at the college level. It has been something that I have been inspired to do throughout the later part of my career and I am thrilled to be able to make it my full-time career! It is my pleasure to get to know the students and to work with other faculty members to share ideas and promote a positive learning environment for all!