Health Record Documentation Excellence

Define documentation and identify its importance and describe some forms commonly used in documentation with legal aspects for careful documentation.
Dwan Thomas Flowers
Dwan Thomas Flowers
FREMONT, Calif. - July 28, 2014 - PRLog -- Instructor: Dwan Thomas Flowers


Clinical documentation integrity is paramount for accurate code assignment, quality reporting and continuity of care. Join us as we share some insight into:

Who needs to be involved in your CDI efforts?
Discuss some qualities and characteristics of CDI professionals
Share some complex documentation concerns that will be prominent upon ICD-10 implementation

Why Should you Attend:
If your organization does not have a Clinical Documentation Management program, join us to learn some of the success factors when initiating a program. If you already have a robust program, look for opportunities for potential enhancements.

Objectives of the Presentation:
The health record as a source document
The increasing need for quality data in health records
Administrative, clinical and financial data converge
The gap between coders' terminology and physicians' terminology
How data collected from the health record are used?

Who can Benefit:
C-level healthcare executives
Quality, Risk and Utilization Management staff
Revenue Cycle Management
Health Information Administrators
Coding professionals
Clinical Documentation professionals

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