Join us for a sepsis webinar on July 18!

CDI Strategies - Volume 13, Issue 28

Each year, nearly 2 million adults develop sepsis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The sheer volume of cases makes sepsis a common subject for CDI clarifications. However, confusing clinical definitions and coding rules complicate effective record review and query creation. Add in clinical validation audits and denials, and CDI professionals face a number of difficult decisions when clarifying sepsis-related records.

Join two recent ACDIS Conference speakers—Rhoda Chism, BSN, RN, CCDS, and Laura White, MHA—on Thursday, July 18, 1-2:30 p.m., for an in-depth look at the various sepsis clinical definitions, coding requirements, and quality programs, and learn how The Medical Center at Bowling Green developed a sepsis clinical pathway to ease the confusion.

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ACDIS Guidance, Clinical & Coding