Interest in Ambulatory (Outpatient) Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) continues, as does the confusion about what such an approach can and cannot accomplish. In a previous blog entry, I discussed what Ambulatory CDI was not. As discussions, patterns and themes continue to evolve, now seems like a good time to think constructively about how to chart …VIEW DETAILS
The vulnerability of computer systems has been front and center in the headlines over the last few weeks. In addition to healthcare providers that have been directly impacted, suppliers of healthcare-related services have also been tangled up with malware, which in turn has had a significant adverse impact on the hospitals of many of our …VIEW DETAILS
These days, I am often asked about the impact of Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) on Value-Based Purchasing (VBP). First, of course, I make sure that the person asking the question is inquiring about Clinical Documentation Improvement (and not Clostridia Difficile Infection, also referred to as “CDI,” sigh). In a previous blog entry, I reviewed the …VIEW DETAILS
Has this ever happened to you? You ask the vendor that provides your Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) software, ”Can you send a copy of the answered query back to our EMR?” And you get back the answer, “Our SaaS solution can send a copy of the completed Query over a VPN to your HIS as …VIEW DETAILS
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