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Staying On Task

Submitted by on August 4, 2014 – 2:02 am
Staying On Task

Getting and keeping anyone’s attention for more than a few minutes is a major challenge these days. When it is a physician, the challenge just increased. This doesn’t mean they are suffering from attention deficit disorder. It means they are very busy people. So even if you get them to show up for training, how do you get physicians to learn, once they show up? ICD-10 Monitor brought this thought to us in their article, “How Do You Get Physicians to Complete Online Training…and Learn?”

ICD Tagger provides quality assurance and validation of medical coding. This system can be used to quickly and accurately validate medical coding or to locate errors in existing documentation. The potential for savings is huge. ICD Tagger is not just for physicians, hospitals, and their data service providers. It includes tools that give auditors and insurers the information management tools they need to quickly identify areas of noncompliance or suspicious activity.

Melody K. Smith

Sponsored by Access Integrity, delivering advanced technology solutions for full and complete compliant processing of medical transactions to the healthcare industry.

Photo by U.S. Air Force TSgt Matthew Smith, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergency_medicine#mediaviewer/File:U.S._Air_Force_Lt._Col._Richard_Degrosa,_left,_an_emergency_room_doctor_with_the_86th_Medical_Group,_performs_a_simulated_exploratory_laparotomy_in-flight_surgery_aboard_a_C-17_Globemaster_III_aircraft_during_140117-F-RW714-777.jpg

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