Diane Kolodinsky, MS, RHIA


Diane has over 30 years’ experience in the healthcare technology field with emphasis on Revenue Cycle and HIM information systems.  She is presently employed as Director, Revenue Cycle Applications at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia, PA.

Diane has responsibility for the development, implementation and oversight of enterprise wide revenue cycle and HIM applications. She also works closely with Patient Accounting and HIM leadership to leverage and evaluate technology to improve operational workflow. Diane has also served as the revenue cycle project manager for EMR system implementations.

Diane holds a BS in Health Information Management and an MS in Health Informatics both from Temple University.

Minding the business of healthcare…..all day every day.  At Intellis, our leading edge is education. Through the lens of education, we focus on providing our client partners with unsurpassed coding, Clinical & Quality Services including inpatient and outpatient CDI, EHR clinical data abstraction, MPI clean up, auditing, and education.  This is “what we do” but our true distinction in the marketplace comes from “how we do it”.  Intellis’ team values of responsibility, passion, innovation and honesty along with our culture and team process shines through to our client partners. Our team members are experienced as well as creative and work toward implementing innovative solutions in order to contribute effectively to our client’s success.  Our client’s success is our success!

At Intellis, we have the vast Health Information Management experience, progressive insight, dedication and leading edge solutions to impact financial performance and revenue cycle, drive quality patient care, increase productivity, improve compliance and simplify processes. At Intellis, we understand that success is measured by value driven outcomes for our clients. This entails bold ideas, going above and beyond for our clients and moving projects forward with confidence and innovation.

PRESENTATION:   Mastering the “Magical Wizadry” of Data Analytics Click here to see the presentation.

This session will walk through “A Day in the Life of HIM” and how data analytics impacts HIM professionals on a daily basis.  It will include an interactive discussion on how HIM is accessing and using data, identification of internal and external data sources, how to effectively validate data, and best practices for presenting data.  The session will conclude with a review of using big data to solve healthcare issues.