by Jess Fluegel
Because CDI sits at the crossroads of many healthcare departments, people reach it by way of many roads. How a CDI professional got to their current position involves a unique story of background skills, experiences, and past roles.
by Kim Conner, BSN, RN, CCDS, CCDS-O
A great deal of change has occurred over the past three years in healthcare, and every organization nationally is feeling the financial burden in the wake of COVID-19 and recent natural disasters. CDI departments are stretched thin, pressured...Read More »
Q: Are any healthcare organizations outsourcing their CDI department with foreign workers? If the department is remote anyway, what benefits and drawbacks are there to utilizing foreign CDI team members at a lower cost?
by Jess Fluegel
As traditional CDI specialists review and query to improve clinical documentation on the front end with concurrent reviews, other roles in a CDI department strive to improve the capture of quality measures, often working retrospectively after the patient has been...Read More »
Have you ever thought you’d love to be part of the ACDIS team, working hand in hand with our Boot Camp instructors and the ACDIS leadership team? We are currently seeking a part-time nurse planner to join the fray!
For this position, we are seeking a seasoned nurse with experience as a...Read More »
by Laura Roberts, BSN, RN, CCDS
If I have learned anything among the changes and challenges of the last few years, it’s that we as CDI professionals must be willing to stretch past our comfort zones. Given that many of us come from nursing backgrounds, we are usually willing to...Read More »