Health Information Management

Job Highlight: Cancer center seeks CDI to identify query opportunities

CDI Strategies, February 5, 2015

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Editor’s Note: The following job posting is an excerpt from the ACDIS Job Board. For additional postings, visit www.acdis.org and click on Job Postings. ACDIS members may post up to two openings per year. Non-ACDIS members can post openings by contacting ACDIS at customerservice@hcpro.com, or at 800-650-6787.

The Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, Illinois, seek a CDI specialist to perform concurrent reviews of inpatient medical records and identify opportunities for documentation improvement. This successful candidate will generate written and verbal physician queries in cases where additional documentation is needed to support the severity of the patient's condition, specificity of diagnosis and treatment performed, and to ensure that the documentation ensures accurate diagnostic and procedural coding and DRG assignment.

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