Hospitals can reap benefits from clinical documentation improvement

04/5/2012 |

The ICD-10 transition is driving hospitals to boost clinical documentation. But regardless of what the CMS decides on the compliance deadline, experts say hospitals can use clinical documentation improvement to meet quality measures, enhance care delivery and manage revenue, which is key to seeing a demonstrable return on investment now and after implementing ICD-10, writes Carl Natale.

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