Today it is more important than ever to accurately and completely document the care provided to patients. Physicians not accurately documenting what they do can lead to revenue being left on the table due to improper coding. A properly functioning clinical documentation integrity (CDI) process not only produces incremental revenue, but also positively impacts quality outcome scores, CMI, physician productivity and value-based care initiatives.
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Richard Cascio, CPA, Managing Partner at RCascio & Associates, LLC
Richard Cascio has more than 35 years of healthcare leadership experience, including being a former CEO of academic medical centers and other tertiary healthcare systems. Richard’s specialties include organizational transformation, performance improvement, strategic planning, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, buy and sell side due diligence, creditor relations, physician relations, governance and interim management.
Richard Pinson, MD, Pinson and Tang, LLC
Dr. Pinson is an educator, administrator and healthcare consultant specializing in inpatient and outpatient ICD-10, CPT-4, E&M, HCC, DRG, pay-for-performance and regulatory documentation improvement, as well as operational documentation improvement processes to optimize efficiency and productivity. He is co-author of the highly regarded CDI Pocket Guide (print and electronic editions) for documentation specialists, coders and clinicians.