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Louis Grujanac

Associate Director

Risk & Compliance

Chicago - Headquarters, IL +1.847.840.5440

Areas of Expertise

Louis Grujanac is an Associate Director in the Healthcare practice. He collaborates with clients on the design, development, and implementation of many clinical documentation programs. Louis uses a full-spectrum approach to revenue cycle management and clinical documentation improvement. He also addresses information management challenges relating to coding accuracy and compliance, streamlining workflows, implementing comprehensive electronic health record (EHR) capabilities and more.

Louis is a recognized expert in the areas of compliance, hospital/business trends, government regulation, and the competitive market. He has extensive experience auditing, implementing, and running clinical documentation improvement programs. His teaching and training methods have helped with improving process flow from the concurrent to retrospective areas while maintaining compliance.

Louis teaching experience includes Chicago Osteopathic Hospital, Instructor; Chicago College of Allied Health, Course Director; Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Course Director/Instructor.

Select project experience includes clinical documentation training for East Texas Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center.  In 2012, Louis worked with both medical centers on large-scale projects involving clinical documentation training and shadowing. In-class training was provided for nurses, followed by hands-on shadowing on the floors.

D.O., Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency, Chicago Osteopathic Hospital
Sports Medicine, Chicago Osteopathic Hospital
Internship, Michiana Community Hospital
M.A., Bio-Science Education, Northeast Missouri State University
B.S., Biology, Northeast Missouri State University
Membership and Activity Information
Member, ACDIS
Member, HCPro
Member, Truman College
Alumnus Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine

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Louis Grujanac

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