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February 2021 NARUG Lunch & Learn
Optimizing your Cerner System
with closed-loop Clinical Documentation Integrity
CDI senior product manager, 3M Health Information Systems
At 3M David leads efforts to improve patient care and clinical documentation through enhanced artificial intelligence and natural language understanding technologies. Currently, he is focused on leveraging and adapting these technologies to support the market with enhanced CDI feedback and customer specific initiatives to drive qualitative outcomes and streamline various processes. Prior to working at 3M, David earned his BS in Health Information Management from the University of Pittsburgh, Main Campus.
Today more than ever, the long-term viability of healthcare organizations is directly dependent on meeting the twin objectives of quality and cost. Given that, improving clinical documentation is increasingly both more critical and complex. Driving clinical documentation integrity (CDI) has become a strategic necessity that impacts far more than optimized claims processing: an accurate and complete clinical record supports patient care, quality outcomes, compliance risk management and revenue integrity.
Historical resource-heavy CDI implementations are no longer scalable. 3M, now including M*Modal, takes a closed-loop approach to CDI by bridging workflow silos with shared clinical intelligence across front-end physician and back-end CDI processes. These workflows are designed to optimize your Cerner system by unifying EHR clinical documentation workflows to reduce rework and retrospective queries.
In this session you will learn how to:
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