Believe it or not, I’m a wallflower. An introverted, stay-on-the-sidelines kind of gal. In elementary school, I’d literally sit with my back against the brick wall flipping the pages of a book in the sun while the other kids played tag, or basketball, or...Read More »
Some of the largest hospitals in the country have approached the price transparency rule by providing some pricing information online, but not providing the healthcare common procedure coding system (HCPCS) codes for the services, according to a review of 20 hospital websites by...Read More »
I am getting mixed information regarding uncertain diagnoses and if they have to be documented at the time of discharge (and if so, what does the “time of discharge” mean), or if the uncertain diagnoses have to be in the discharge summary. Can you please help clarify?Read More »
As a hiring manager, when I am presented with candidates, they have already gone through a human resources (HR) screening, so I don’t see everyone that was poolside to begin with. If a candidate has made it past the...Read More »
Every January, ACDIS asks its members to participate in a short survey to share their thoughts about membership benefits. It’s an opportunity for members to share what they love about ACDIS and what they wish ACDIS might provide its members in the coming year.
With the second surge of COVID-19 this winter, many CDI professionals are working from home and feeling the sting of furloughs and hiring freezes but are also fighting back with creative solutions and deep-dive record reviews that are transforming the profession and re-establishing CDI value....Read More »