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Director’s Note: ACDIS Quarterly Conference Call today

CDI Strategies, May 9, 2013

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ACDIS members are invited to participate in a Quarterly Conference Call taking place today, Thursday, May 9, from 1-2 p.m. (EST). Dial-in instructions were sent via email to ACDIS members. If you did not receive your dial-in instructions please email prichards@cdiassociation.com for information.

Today’s agenda includes a discussion of how one hospital implemented an electronic health record and computer assisted coding in conjunction with CDI input, as presented by special guest Mark Dominesey, a presenter at the 2013 ACDIS conference.
 
It also includes a discussion of record reviews for quality metrics associated with APR-DRGs, presented by ACDIS Advisory Board member Sue Belley. You can download a few slides Belley plans to present on the call here: www.hcpro.com/content/291981.ppt.
 
In addition, advisory board members will address member questions regarding renal failure, seizure documentation, capturing patient mortality documentation, and will also answer live questions from participants.



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