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Product Spotlight: Understand and Identify Patient Safety Indicator Targets

CDI Strategies, January 14, 2016

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Clinical documentation improvement (CDI) programs need to expand their focus beyond CC/MCC capture reviews. New reimbursement methods are punishing facilities that cannot prove they meet certain quality standards. That proof often lies within what is (or isn’t) documented in the medical record. CDI professionals must understand how traditional reviews can be expanded to include investigations into Patient Safety Indicators and how to work cohesively with their quality departments to improve the overall capture of these important statistics.

Join speakers Mark LeBlanc, RN, MBA, CCDS and Michelle McCormack, RN, BSN, CCDS, CRCR on Tuesday January 19, 2016 for “Clinical Documentation Improvement: Tips to Identify Patient Safety Indicator Targets.”This webcast will help you identify ways CDI programs can support quality improvement initiatives, employ tools to assist in quality reviews, understand PSI-90 and its components, and demonstrate the return on investment for facility wide quality initiatives related to CDI record reviews.

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