Healthcare is continually evolving, which impacts all of its supporting disciplines and processes. Clinical documentation improvement (CDI) is an important discipline that must continue to rapidly and effectively adapt and expand to meet industry demands.
Physician engagement in the clinical documentation integrity (CDI) process is imperative, but the rate of physician burnout and overwhelming documentation burdens force CDI professionals to constantly balance the priorities of the CDI
At the time of this resource's publication, COVID-19 has spread to all 50 states including the District of Columbia. To date there have been more than 100,000 deaths in the United States. As more people are being tested, the incidence of infection continues to rise at an alarming rate.
Join us on Tuesday, June 23rd at 1 pm ET for part 2 of The Impact of CAPD (Computer-Assisted Physician Documentation) on CDI Programs as we dive deeper into how CAPD works with a traditional CDI program. Current CDI ROI measurement challenges revolve around how to calculate...
We’re not even at the apex of the infection curve, and the COVID-19 pandemic has already made an enormous impact on the nation and the healthcare industry. Clinical Documentation Integrity (CDI) departments are no exception.
CDI staff were quickly shuttled home and have had to learn...
Changing payment models and the push for quality metrics and all-payer reviews are among the bigger shifts impacting clinical documentation integrity (CDI) programs in 2020. With such disruption, CDI leaders face an important question: What
Healthcare will never stop evolving, which will continue to impact all of its supporting disciplines and processes. Clinical documentation improvement (CDI) is one key revenue cycle discipline that must continue to rapidly and effectively adapt and expand to meet industry demands.