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The 6 C’s of Clinical Documentation for Post ICD-10

Posted by Gretchen Dixon on May 13, 2015 at 9:00 AM

While ICD-10 migration can sometimes feel like a test to be graded, it’s more of a process to embrace in the name of better patient care. The ICD-10 deadline, despite its delay, is rapidly approaching and with it comes a number enterprise-wide changes. These changes, of course, include your clinical documentation - otherwise known as the key source of patient services. It also communicates why the patient in there in the first place. Clinical documentation affects three key parts of your organization: patient care, healthcare data and reimbursement. How can your organization harness clinical documentation improvement (CDI) to ensure optimization of ICD-10 utilization? We have six recommendations to consider.

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Topics: clinical documentation, ICD-10, clinical documentation improvement, coding

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