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Friday, July 25 • 3:10pm - 5:20pm
QA Summit - Clinician-Created Documentation: The Reinstitution of the QA Program

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Co-sponsored by: AHDI and AHIMA

People must drive quality processes – not technology. The integrity of the patient’s health
information is in danger. Implementation of the electronic health record (EHR) has changed how clinicians create documentation and many quality assurance (QA) programs have been lost in the transition. Weaknesses in EHR documentation practices are being revealed and, with the absence of a QA process, documentation is at risk both from a revenue cycle and patient safety standpoint.

A QA program for clinician-created documentation is a critical piece to creating quality documentation. In 2013, AHDI and AHIMA convened a joint task force to develop QA best practices and a toolkit for clinician-created documentation. The final paper and resources are due to be released in June, 2014.

At the QA Summit, an expert panel will introduce you to the fundamentals of the updated guidance and resource documents. They will walk you through the implementation process of the QA program for clinician-created documentation they employed at their facility and share how they approached various roadblocks along the way.

The QA Summit will be followed by a webinar presentation on September 24, 2014. Visit the AHDI website for complete information.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand the fundamental concepts of
creating a quality assurance program for
clinician-created documentation.
2. Identify critical errors verses non-critical errors.
3. Learn the basics of creating a dashboard to
present QA program findings to the C-suite.
4. Gain knowledge from case studies on how QA
programs for clinician-created documentation
were implemented.
5. Learn about the kaizen approach to data
governance.

Speakers to be announced soon.

Credit: 2 MTT

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Friday July 25, 2014 3:10pm - 5:20pm
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