Providers will find significant leeway in how they can approach and report advance care planning services for physicians given CMS’ open-ended coding requirements, which should push the already strong growth of the codes to new heights.
Having access to the right information at the right time is critical for healthcare professionals, from patient access staff to surgeons, but when it comes to capturing sexual orientation and gender identity data, many organizations are still struggling to get it right. Use these expert tips to help your organization build a more complete, inclusive data set.
Coding for knee arthroscopies can be challenging, especially when procedures are performed in multiple compartments of the same knee. Read about anatomy and coding details required to accurately report these procedures.
Many outpatient CDI professionals stepped into their roles blind—not knowing where to begin or how to tell if they were successful. However, as programs mature, they need to be able to track their progress for a number of reasons, including focusing physician education and justifying continued funding from organizational leadership.