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How do you monitor and demonstrate the efficacy of your CDI program?

How do you monitor and demonstrate the efficacy of your CDI program?
September 16, 2021 Traci Miller

How do you monitor and demonstrate the efficacy of your CDI program?

  • Increased productivity
  • Reduced DRG mis-matches
  • Improved quality scores
  • Increased review rate
  • Reduced downstream denials

In the white paper “Unleashing the Power of Your CDI Data” Dee Lang, RHIT, CCDS, examines the challenges facing CDI Managers and offers suggestions for ways to use current and retrospective data to assist in managing a successful CDI program.

Defining and tracking your Key Performance Indicators (KPI) is the first step. That must be followed with creating reports that quantify your improvements in those key areas and sharing them with executives and physician leaders to identify process improvement opportunities.

The frustration of trying to track these KPIs manually can be overwhelming. The benefits of utilizing a CDI solution that offers the option of accessing your data, in real time, with robust ad-hoc reporting capabilities is essential. Reports that track productivity, communication, quality and revenue capture are all valuable tools used to identify where changes or expansion to your CDI program will have the most impact.

Fill out the form below to download the white paper and learn how to “unlock” your data and improve your Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) program.

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Dee Lang, CCDS, RHIT is a RCM Product Domain Expert at Dolbey. She has 40+ years of experience in health information management and revenue cycle management. She is also an active member of ACDIS and serves on the ACDIS Forms & Tools Committee.

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