My first paying job in hospital-based software was the summer of 1969, working in the information technology (IT) department of the Lahey Clinic when they were still in Kenmore Square in Boston. One of my early projects was to help connect their accounts receivable system to their scheduling system. With the connection, a clerk could …VIEW DETAILS
I am taking a diversion from the usual CDI blog entry to recall a powerful episode from my early years training to be a physician. Patients with advanced alcoholism are at times frustrating and vexing to deal with, for a variety of reasons. They can become very malnourished, and can have unusual vitamin deficiencies. As the …VIEW DETAILS
I have discussed the benefits of pursuing the complete medical record, as opposed to simply trying to improve reimbursement, in previous blog entries. I am fond of saying (and usually put this into every presentation I do): If you pursue reimbursement, you will miss the High Quality Medical Record … but … If you pursue …VIEW DETAILS
I don’t believe that it has ever been acceptable to simply look at Case Mix Index (CMI) alone as a measure of the impact of a Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) program. Given the current activities surrounding Value Based Purchasing (VBP), an even greater imperative exists for both a robust, well-rounded CDI program, and comprehensive statistics …VIEW DETAILS
If you’d like more information, want to schedule a one-on-one demonstration, or just want to let us know what you think, please fill out the form below and we’ll contact you as soon as possible.
Page optimized by WP Minify Fix WordPress Plugin