Documentation Requirements for Quality Measures
||Rhonda Buckholtz, CPC, CDEO, CPMA, CRC, CPC-I, CENTC, CGSC, COBGC, COPC, CPEDC
5/8/2019 Add this to your calendar!
10:00am PT / 11:00am MT / 12:00pm CT / 1:00pm ET
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It’s vital to today's practices to grasp common documentation concepts in order to meet and achieve quality measures related to clinical care or episodes. In this webinar we will learn standard documentation concepts that you can use for CDI efforts and how you can engage ancillary staff members as well as patient to help you start capturing the right information. We will also discuss chronic conditions and the documentation necessary to achieve success in reporting.
This topic is important to help drive CDI efforts, to support codes submitted and to help drive compliance and success with quality measures in our practices. CDI, billers, coders and physicians will benefit as well as auditors. The top learning objectives will be documentation concepts, how quality and chronic conditions cross and how the use of patient relationship codes can help identify cost in reporting. Through my work in ICD-10-CM implementation and continued work in practices as the chief compliance officer I see many missed opportunities to streamline efforts and provide quality.
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