Clinical Documentation Improvement Helps Providers with ICD-10 Transition

Most providers associate clinical documentation improvement (CDI) with the transition to ICD-10 coding, however, CDI — a process in which care providers receive feedback from specialists who review clinical documents — may also deliver clinical and financial benefits for healthcare organizations.

The main benefit of CDI is the feedback loop that it creates. It can fill the gaps in care including those found in documentation, coding, quality, and many other aspects involved with the overall care management of a patient.

Read the source article at AJMC - American Journal of Managed Care

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