Mary Wood and Michael Warner | Region 8 – West
What does the New Year mean? It is a blank slate that allows for more time with family and friends. It is a chance to give more and time to settle all goals and dreams which could not be attained in the previous year. The beginning of a New Year means anything is possible!
For the AAPC family there are changes and challenges ahead of us but as we have before, we share information and best practices in chapter meetings, and at national and regional conferences. As a NAB Board member, we provide your feedback to the Board. We use that information to create programs and fine tune the ones we started to keep up with our members.
I look forward to a new decade and a year with an extra day because it’s leap year! To reach new goals and dream big! Michael and I wish all of our AAPC family a happy and prosperous New Year.
Mary E. Wood, CPC, CRC, CPC-I, has 30 years of coding, auditing, and consulting experience. She traveled extensively for five years as a consultant and gained experience on a variety of projects. She has been responsible for coding and documentation training for Kaiser North Valley since 2009. She is a U.S. Air Force veteran and teaches medical coding to retired veterans and military spouses. She is active in various veterans’ groups. Wood is a member of the Sacramento, Calif., local chapter and serves on the AAPC National Advisory Board.
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