Manage Your Quality Metrics (before they manage you)

It seems every year the scope of clinical documentation integrity (CDI) roles continues to expand. What started as a specific role to increase the accuracy, clarity and specificity of documentation for financial reimbursement, has dramatically expanded to address quality impacts such as patient safety indicators (PSIs) and hospital acquired conditions (HACs), preventable events and quality risk adjustment methodologies that will better represent the patient populations you serve. Without early warning indicators, CDI teams can miss opportunities to improve patient outcomes and accurately represent the complexity of their patient populations externally.


Learn more in this e-guide and discover how one health care organization leveraged clinical intelligence to achieve a 63 percent decrease in HACs and PSIs. Download the free e-guide today.

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