CDM Reviews and Communication
A presentation and Q&A covering the basic requirements for a CDM, the value of the CDM within a healthcare organization for financial, operational, and clinical leaders, and specific guidance on how to use the CDM for communication to facilitate understanding on the organization’s shared goals for complete and compliant charge capture.
An up-to-date and accurate CDM is vitally important to the financial stability and success of a healthcare organization. Regardless of the payment methodology, the CDM remains the linchpin of the revenue cycle. Healthcare leaders within the financial, clinical, and operational realms benefit from solid understanding of the CDM in the fast-changing value cycle for healthcare.
Healthcare provider participants from the financial, clinical, and operational areas who want to understand better how to utilize the CDM in achieving best outcomes.
- Revenue cycle (patient access, scheduling, patient financial services, HIM), Discuss Challenges, Impacts, and Opportunities
- Operational (compliance, customer service)
- Clinical (department directors, managers, charge capture).
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