6 Focus on growth in year of the rooster: ACDIS members share their priorities for CDI program efforts in 2017.
9 Resolutions for remote CDI effectiveness: Jennifer Love, RN, BA, CCDS, CDIP, provides insight on mitigating work-from-home headaches.
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In the first few months of ACDIS’ existence, no one really knew what to expect from the fledgling association. At the time, managing editor Brian Murphy took on the mantle of director and began holding conference calls with a hand-selected board of trusted advisors and new CDI specialists.Read More »
In its 2013 position paper, “Electronic Health Records and the Role of the CDI Specialist,” members of the ACDIS Advisory Board addressed several concerns related to challenges and opportunities emerging with the advent of electronic systems. Among them were how to handle copy-and-paste concerns...Read More »
The new year always represents a time to reflect on successes of the past and opportunities for the future. This year, according to the ancient Chinese calendar, is the year of the fire rooster, whose attributes include trustworthiness and a strong sense of timekeeping and responsibility at work...Read More »
I am not the first CDI consultant to recognize some essential changes needed in the current CDI program structure. I have had the privilege of being an active part of CDI evolution since 2010. Since that time, my understanding of CDI has...Read More »
After more than four years working remotely for UASI, Jennifer Love, RN, BA, CCDS, CDIP, has learned a thing or two about the difficulties and opportunities of working remotely. When asked about her 2017 New Year’s resolutions, she responded with a plethora of tips for those...Read More »
Okemena Ewoterai used to take a folder off a shelf and peer through the papers inside looking for hints—scraps of stories that could lead her to a better understanding of why a particular patient needed to be in her hospital. When she found them, Ewoterai would pull out a piece...Read More »