HFMA Survey & Report

Accurate clinical documentation affects an organization’s ability to receive full and appropriate payment. Receive HFMA’s survey findings and six-page report on clinical documentation improvement (CDI) priorities, opportunities, and strategies to support more accurate and complete documentation and charge capture.

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HFMA’s Executive Survey and Education Report

Survey findings on clinical documentation and six-page education report sponsored by Nuance.
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Navigating Today’s CDI Landscape: 10 Strategies for Success – January 2014

A six-page report with perspectives from senior executives from Banner Health, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, Ministry Health Care, Regions Hospital, Seattle Children’s Hospitals and University of Pittsburg Medical Center on the changing nature of CDI and 10 key strategies they are using to help their organizations succeed.


HFMA’s Executive Survey: Clinical Documentation Meets Financial Performance – November 2013

Survey results include:
  • Improving accuracy is the greatest opportunity for financial improvement within clinical documentation.
  • Executives and directors identify disruption of physician workflow as the most challenging barrier to improved clinical documentation.
  • Organizations are most likely to outsource transcription and ICD-10 training.
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