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ECRI Institute listed information management in electronic health record (EHR) as the number one patient safety concern for healthcare organizations. Is your EHR properly maintained on a daily basis? The lack of a daily clinical process can undermine patient service, quality, and efficiency, and it can expose healthcare organization to lapses that impact patient safety and clinical performance. Most organizations that believe patient charges and payments are accounted for often lack a comparable quality assurance strategy for EHR.
This presentation will explain what a daily clinical process needs to include in order to maintain the integrity of patient records and assure that your clinical operation is meeting patient service and care obligations. Our expert will present strategies to monitor and preserve your clinical services through periodic monitoring of incoming information as well as clinical activities. Ensure that your department knows how to document due diligence, manage patient service, and improve patient safety.
|- Clinical process to improve EHR||- Maintaining treatment orders|
|- Managing EHR||- Integrity of patient records|
|- Improving patient service & safety||- HIPAA & compliance|
|- Monitoring clinical activities||- Alternative payment model requirements|
|- Patient care incentives||- EHR strategies for quality assurance|
|- Improving quality & performance standards||- Items to check for daily performance|
|- Shared savings||And so much more!|
Ronald Sterling, CPA, MBA is a a nationally recognized expert on electronic health records. Ron has authored hundreds of articles and eight books on healthcare information technology including the recently published Non-Fee-for-Service Revenue Cycle Management from Greenbranch Publishing.
Anyone involved with or interested in compliance regulations and standards, including but not limited to: CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, CNOs, CE Directors, Quality Improvement Staff, Physicians, Nurses (all levels), OR Nurse Directors, ICU Nurse Directors, CCU Nurse Directors, Board Members, Clinic Managers, Outpatient Directors, Lab Directors, Compliance Officers, CMS Liaisons, TJC Liaisons, Registration Staff, Safety Officers and Staff, Pharmacy Staff, Ethics Committee Members, Consumer Advocates, Risk Managers, Legal Counsel, Behavioral Health Staff, Psychiatry Staff, Social Workers, Discharge Planners, Case Managers, Hospice Staff and Regulatory Affairs Staff.