Credentialing Resource Center spotlight: Policy and procedures library
Credentialing Resource Center Insider, August 21, 2008
The Credentialing Resource Center (CRC) spotlight is a new series of articles that will show you how to get the most out of you online resource center. Did you know you can log onto www.online-crc.com to access the Clinical Privileging White Papers, the CRC Blog, and more? This week we take an insider’s look at the policy and procedures library.
- Complications from immobility by body system
- Pneumonia with a negative chest x-ray: Clinical diagnoses, physician documentation, and coding guidelines
- Differentiate between types of wound debridement
- Note similarities and differences between HCPCS, CPT® codes
- What does case-mix index mean to you?
- Don’t forget the three checks in medication administration
- OB services: Coding inside and outside of the package
- What is the difference between an IPA and a medical group?
- Heard this week
- Brace for more revisions to Joint Commission's EC and LS chapters
- Tip: Lipoma removals
- How coders can build a successful relationship with their physicians
- Q/A: Revenue codes for drug charges
- Q&A: Sepsis as a primary diagnosis
- Q&A tackles coding questions about injections and infusions
- Practice defensive charting
- Physician group creates ethical guidelines for EHR use
- Note from the Instructor: Provider-Based vs. Freestanding Locations: Financials Flip-flop with New Packaging
- Improve documentation with 15 tips for timely record completion
- HIPAA: Safeguard Residents’ PHI