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About the webinar

As the Public Health Emergency continues and clinical documentation and coding audit functions face an evolving list of compliance risks and the need to do more with less, the importance of using data analytics to create smarter, more effective audits is crucial. This webinar will provide actionable tactics on how to marry claims and payment data into your audit plans, methodology and sample sets.

Additionally, the webinar will discuss how to use these types of data with other complimentary datasets and benchmarking, such as PEPPER and Comparative Billing Reports. Lastly, it will provide thoughts on how to leverage data to engage medical and finance leadership more effectively in initiatives designed to strengthen the integrity of the coded medical record.

Presented in collaboration with Protiviti

What you’ll learn

  • Understand how to integrate claims and payment data into your clinical documentation and coding audit plans
  • Learn tactics to develop a more risk-based clinical documentation and coding audit, including a targeted audit sample
  • Garner knowledge of tactics for effectively collaborating with operational and clinical leaders on initiatives to strengthen clinical documentation and coding integrity, post-audit

Who should attend

  • Medical Coding Directors and Managers
  • Clinical Documentation Integrity (CDI) Directors and Managers
  • HIM Directors and Managers
  • Compliance leadership
  • Revenue Integrity Directors


Bryan Beaudoin, PMP, CHFP, CPHRM

Bryan Beaudoin, PMP, CHFP, CPHRM

Bryan Beaudoin is an Associate Director and Health Information Management Solution Lead in Protiviti’s Minneapolis office with ten years of healthcare strategy and consulting experience. Bryan specializes in medical coding, healthcare revenue cycle management, healthcare data analytics, and healthcare risk management. Bryan has extensive experience in leading medical record audits across a wide variety of provider types. He focuses on helping academic medical centers, skilled nursing facilities, children's hospitals, behavioral health facilities, home health receive recognition for their quality of care, enhance their compliance with regulatory agencies, and to capture more appropriate revenue.

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