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Elsevier CDI Reference

The Elsevier CDI Reference Mobile Application is a clinical documentation improvement (CDI) quick reference tool designed to pinpoint for, clinicians and CDI staff, clinical terms or phrases that may be used to accurately and completely describe, in detail, a specific condition

The Elsevier CDI Reference Mobile Application is a clinical documentation improvement (CDI) quick reference tool designed to pinpoint for, clinicians and CDI staff, clinical terms or phrases that may be used to accurately and completely describe, in detail, a specific condition

Elsevier CDI Reference

by Elsevier Inc.
Elsevier CDI Reference
Elsevier CDI Reference
Elsevier CDI Reference

What is it about?

The Elsevier CDI Reference Mobile Application is a clinical documentation improvement (CDI) quick reference tool designed to pinpoint for, clinicians and CDI staff, clinical terms or phrases that may be used to accurately and completely describe, in detail, a specific condition. Specific documentation may be used to demonstrate medical necessity for services, justify admission and treatment, and accurately reflect a patients severity of illness. Emphasis is placed on necessary documentation for the ICD-10-CM/PCS coding system.

Elsevier CDI Reference

App Details

Version
2.1.0
Rating
NA
Size
5Mb
Genre
Medical Reference
Last updated
May 10, 2016
Release date
June 17, 2014
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App Store Description

The Elsevier CDI Reference Mobile Application is a clinical documentation improvement (CDI) quick reference tool designed to pinpoint for, clinicians and CDI staff, clinical terms or phrases that may be used to accurately and completely describe, in detail, a specific condition. Specific documentation may be used to demonstrate medical necessity for services, justify admission and treatment, and accurately reflect a patients severity of illness. Emphasis is placed on necessary documentation for the ICD-10-CM/PCS coding system.

Physician documentation should NEVER include information that is enhanced, modified, or otherwise inaccurate for the purposes of determining or increasing payment, or for any other situation in which a physician or facility may falsely gain.

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