Health Information Management

Membership Update: Ethics survey needs your input

CDI Strategies, May 14, 2015

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In a recent ACDIS Poll, 60 respondents split almost evenly on the question of whether they’d been asked to perform a task which concerned them ethically. The ACDIS Advisory Board seeks additional input from CDI professionals regarding their understanding of CDI and query ethics in order to help the association develop best practice guidance.

Please take a moment to complete this brief survey. Your comments will be kept anonymous.

Additionally, ACDIS Advisory Board members Michelle McCormack RN, BSN, CCDS, CRCR and Mark LeBlanc, RN, MBA, CCDS, will be available in person during the ACDIS Conference next week during the dedicated poster presentation times. They’ll be accepting your handwritten descriptions of ethical questions and listening to you insights and opinions regarding this important concern. Please take a few moments to stop by and share your thoughts. Again, your responses will remain anonymous, although your insight will help us advance our practice guidelines.



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