Data errors in physician practices affect revenue and open the door for reimbursement take-backs. Even worse, they invite fraud and abuse penalties. This session delivers successful strategies to reverse data error trends, close data integrity gaps, and improve the physician’s EMR results. By uncovering the four common culprits, the speaker defines how EMR data shortcuts leave medical groups short-changed and at-risk, particularly in an era of value-based reimbursement. This session explores what physician practice integrity means for the physician practice or medical group, the hospital or health system and, ultimately, the patients. Attendees are encouraged to scrutinize the importance of data integrity in physician practice settings, including five areas for data improvement: patient intake, medication reconciliation, patient education, follow-up appointments and calls, and discharge instructions. During this session, attendees can expect to receive expert advice on shoring up common documentation and data entry errors for both owned and affiliated physician practices. They learn how to establish an education plan for their organization and how to justify the investment to stakeholders. From cut-and-paste to accurate data capture across office visit workflows, attendees learn to better manage their physician practice data and boost EMR accuracy.
- Understand the biggest concerns and most common culprits impacting data integrity in practices and medical groups; quantify resulting impacts on physician reimbursement and compliance.
- Identify and avoid cut-and-paste shortcut practices with take-home checklists for physician education and documentation monitoring.
- Recognize data integrity improvement opportunities within each step of physician practice workflow.
- Assess case scenarios of data management mistakes and
- Cost justify clinical documentation improvement and data integrity roles within both owned and affiliated physician practices.
Who Should Attend
Chief Information Governance Officer, Privacy Officer, Security Officer, Chief Information Officer, Compliance Officer, HIM Director
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