The Winter 2019 issue of Perspectives in Health Information Management features a review of the expanding for of clinical documentation, a study of EHR documentation times, and a literature review of quality of life surveys to determine the correct approach to trauma-affected communities.
Authors of the study, “The Expanding Role of Clinical Documentation Improvement Programs in Research and Analytics,” demonstrate how CDI professionals can evaluate the impacts of changes in clinical definitions and explored how CDI can work with other institutional programs to decrease length of stay.
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