Key findings about computer-assisted physician documentation:
It removes some administrative burden from physicians, allowing them to spend more time with patients.
It improves patient care because it can help ensure accurate, complete, and actionable data.
It can have a positive impact on billing processes, leading to fewer headaches for both health systems and patients.
Clinician & CDI professional panelists
Member of World Health Organization (WHO) Global Patient Safety Action Plan Taskforce
Founding Member of Health 2.0 | Egypt & Managing Director of the Resilient Doctor Project
Senior Consultant, Revenue Cycle Solutions, LLC
Co-founder, Clinical Documentation Improvement Australia (CDIA)
CDI Manager, University of California Medical Center at Davis in Sacramento, California
Practice Director, AHIMA
Division Manager, Coding Education Program at Baylor Scott and White Health
Director, Coding and CDI Services at UC Davis Health
Chief Product Owner - CDI, Quality & Physician Content at 3M Health Information Systems Division
AHIMA's alliance with Artifact Health lets coding and CDI professionals using Artifact’s time-saving mobile app access over 100 AHIMA compliant query templates for inpatient, outpatient, and pediatric settings.
March 10, 2021
A white paper written by a group of global HIM professionals and published by IFHIMA discusses how early planning, coupled with HIM leadership, is critical for countries transitioning to ICD-11 in an increasingly digital and data-oriented world.