Event Type: Webinar
HIM Domain: Clinical Documentation Improvement
Continuing Education Units Available: 2
The advent of the EMR has been both a blessing and a curse, with all users experiencing simultaneous improvements and decrements in efficiency. Despite being packed with data, medical record documentation is increasingly devoid of information, which places patient care and regulatory and billing compliance at risk. High-performing healthcare systems increasingly are recognizing these risks and taking measures to effectively improve medical record integrity. Focusing on individual user behavior, these measures will help identify common risk point areas, how to measure risks, and what can be done to remediate the situation.
The advent of the EMR has been both a blessing and a curse, with all users experiencing simultaneous improvements and decrements in efficiency. Despite being packed with data, medical record documentation is increasingly devoid of information, which places patient care and placing regulatory and billing compliance at risk. High performing health care systems are increasingly recognizing these risks and taking measures to effectively manage this risk and improve the integrity of the medical records. These measures are in the infant stages of development, much of which focuses on individual user behavior. This talk will identify common risk point areas, how they can be measured and what organizationally can be done to effectively remediate the situation.
This session will provide attendees with a solid understanding of the common ways in which inappropriate use of the typical EMR efficiency tools can negatively impact EMR integrity. The audience will come away with a clear understanding that it is inadvertent, individual practitioner behavior that results in this situation. They will be able to develop clear plans to manage the problem at their own institution viz-a-viz policy making, practitioner and administrative engagement and development and implementation of practitioner metrics and remediation.
Non Member: $119
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