There is just over a week left to submit a poster to be displayed at the 2023 ACDIS national conference in Chicago. This is your chance to make your mark on the conference and show your peers how you and your CDI program have flourished.
According to an RACmonitor ‘Monitor Mondays’ listener survey, most responders had not yet begun working on the quality requirements under the social drivers of the health (SDoH) measure despite its impending...Read More »
Labor shortages, rising expenses, inflation, and the COVID-19 pandemic are all economic challenges that have contributed to an increase of large healthcare organization bankruptcy filings. In 2022, the number of fourth quarter large healthcare bankruptcy filings were nearly three times the...Read More »
In a recent report by the OIG, incorrect modifier usage led to an estimated $4.9 million in overpayments from 2017 to 2019. While investigating instances of incorrect co-surgery and assistant-at-surgery modifier usage, their...Read More »
Q: In this scenario, the patient has severe vascular necrosis and osteoarthritis/osteonecrosis of bilateral hips. She came in to have a right total hip arthroplasty (THA) and left hip core decompression. Day one after her surgery during physical therapy, she was standing and reached...Read More »
The newest ACDIS Podcast episode is out now and focused on mortality reviews.
This week, our guest was Keisha Downes, BSN, RN, CCDS, CCS, MBA-HM, CDI director at Tufts Medicine health system in Boston, who answered questions on mortality reviews from ACDIS Editorial Director...Read More »
So often, inspiring individuals in the CDI community go above and beyond their essential everyday work. In large part, it’s thanks to these volunteers that ACDIS can provide guidance, appreciation and recognition programs, celebrations, and support to its members.