Not only has working with the ACDIS CDI Scholarship Committee and launching the program been a personal highlight but seeing the enthusiasm scholarship applicants have for the CDI profession has been truly inspiring. Each round of applicant reviews was harder...Read More »
The Surviving Sepsis Campaign published new pediatric guidelines in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine earlier this month. Sepsis assessment and management in children has its own set of challenges, as most children who have symptoms of sepsis do not actually have sepsis. For example,...Read More »
Though small physician-lead Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have shown success in reducing costs while improving quality, a new report from the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy suggests that these ACOs need continuing and future support.
New survey results from the American Medical Association (AMA) found that the number of physicians who use telehealth for visiting with patients has doubled between 2016 and 2019. However, the overall number of physicians using this technology remains low, with only 28% of the 1,300 surveyed...Read More »
As part of ACDIS’ ongoing educational series on provider engagement series, the advisory board has developed a survey to gather data on the relationship between provider engagement efforts, provider buy-in, and their impact on CDI chart review productivity.Read More »
ACDIS members are invited to participate in ACDIS’ Quarterly Membership Conference Call today, Thursday, February 20. During the call, the ACDIS Advisory Board and members of the ACDIS administration team will discuss the second case study in ACDIS’ Provider Engagement series, titled “Hybrid...Read More »
If you’ve never attended a prior ACDIS conference, the experience is hard to convey in words. Viewers of our special sneak peek webinar will have the opportunity to see pictures of conferences past and get an insider glimpse at what thousands of CDI professionals from around the country have...Read More »