CDM Management for Small Teams
Whether your organization is classified as Critical Access or not, chargemaster staff at smaller hospitals are used to doing more with less staff and smaller budgets. Against the backdrop of a tightening reimbursement environment which has contributed to more than 70 rural hospitals closing their doors since 2010, keeping your hospital’s CDM clean and compliant is crucial to lowering risk and capturing the correct revenue on all services performed.
Join Craneware for this complimentary webinar on Chargemaster management for tips and advice for leveraging your strengths while working with limited resources and tight budgets.
The presentation will provide a basic overview of CDM Management, including reconciliation, maintaining clinical documentation standards as well as coding and billing knowledge, identifying process gaps, and finding inaccurate charge lines or missing codes in your CDM. We will also cover key differences from typical CDM best practices when working in a smaller organization where staff can be wearing many hats and juggling many different jobs.
- Understand CDM management basics and where smaller hospitals should focus
- How to leverage your strengths as a small team to overcome the challenges typically facing CAHs and other rural facilities when managing the chargemaster
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