by Melissa Varnavas
I was reading this article online about responding to the question “tell me about yourself” in a job interview. The best answer to this question, wrote Gary Burnison, came from a woman who’d managed to hike the seven highest summits in the world. You can read...Read More »
As mentioned in CDI Strategies, the ACDIS Advisory Board is working on a year-long project focused on tackling the CDI profession’s number one problem: physician engagement and education. To kick off the conversation—which will ultimately include a series of surveys, white papers, and...Read More »
“Outpatient CDI isn’t just inpatient CDI in an emergency department or clinic,” wrote ACDIS Director Brian Murphy in an article regarding the 2019 ACDIS Symposium: Outpatient CDI in Austin, Texas. “It’s a different skillset, and it’s a different mindset.”
Between 35% and 54% of doctors and nurses experience burnout, according to a report issued by the National Academy of Sciences Engineering and Medicine (NASEM). The report found an estimated 60% of interns and...Read More »
For some programs, the expansion into psychiatric units or facilities may be driven by the needs of the patient population, says Rhonda Mark, RN, BS, CCDS, a CDI specialist at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital in Vero Beach,...Read More »
“In my current role, I really don’t have an average day,” says Caryl Liptak, MSHAI, RHIA, system director of CDI and coding at Baptist Health System in Louisville, Kentucky, of her day-to-day work in a home health CDI program.
While most traditional inpatient CDI efforts...Read More »