Metro New York HFMA Chapter Webinar

Shela Schemel and Twilla Phillips of Navigant Cymetrix Present on Coding, Audit, and Clinical Documentation Improvement

With the changes that were made to ICD-10 on October 1, 2016, the shortage of coders that has been challenging the industry for several years, and the increasing financial pressures on healthcare providers, it has never been more vital to have consistent and reliable clinical documentation, coding, and audit services. Some health systems have fully outsourced the function, some have maintained a portion of the services in-house, while others have benefited from a blend of U.S.-based inpatient-trained coders and offshore coders to maintain quality and outcomes. 




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