A Student’s Perspective on CDI
Nov28

A Student’s Perspective on CDI

When I heard the term “CDI” in one of my class lectures, I wanted to learn more about what the term meant. In my research, I realized I knew a lot more about clinical documentation improvement then I originally thought.

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CDI in Denials Management
Oct30

CDI in Denials Management

The importance of high quality documentation has come to the attention of denials management teams. For this reason, organizations are beginning to incorporate CDI professionals into the denials process.

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Discussing Second Level Reviews in CDI
Sep29

Discussing Second Level Reviews in CDI

Does your CDI team perform second level reviews? How are they perceived by the team? Are they regarded as a burden or is their educational value readily recognized? Where do these reviews fall within your team’s productivity?

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Taking CDI Reviews to All Payers: Eight Lessons Learned
Sep11

Taking CDI Reviews to All Payers: Eight Lessons Learned

One Midwest health system recently concluded a pilot program to ascertain the impact of a 100 percent all-payer CDI program. The goal of the pilot was to prove to senior leadership, through metrics, that funding the program would position the organization for value-based reimbursement.

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Beyond DRG Shifts: The Diverse Metrics of Inpatient CDI
Jul26

Beyond DRG Shifts: The Diverse Metrics of Inpatient CDI

Savvy measurement and reporting of the global effects of CDI programs on quality have become particularly important as the investment in CDI resources continues to grow across the nation.

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Navigating the Complexities of Pressure Injuries (Ulcers)
Jun28

Navigating the Complexities of Pressure Injuries (Ulcers)

A guideline update has brought some confusion as coding and CDI professionals navigate when to assign a present on admission status to pressure injuries.

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