When performing self-audits or coding reviews, whether they are for physicians who code their own records or done by coding staff, what is typically the minimum standard? Our senior administrators want to set the standard at 100% accuracy for our clinic physicians, who must assign their own codes. I am not comfortable with 100%, only because we are only human and this leaves absolutely no room for human error. I suggested 95% because I believe I have read literature that this was the standard for certified coders. What do others use and do you have literature? Thank you for all responses!