About the Course
Published: May 6, 2019
The impact of clinical documentation and coding has expanded as CMS and other payers shift from fee for service to value based payment models. CDI must expand and evolve as well to fully safeguard documentation and coding accuracy as these models change.
Given the industry evolution, CDI programs are moving into the physician office space and the work that needs to be completed is daunting. Attendees can benefit from listening to physician office CDI strategies from the field. Learn how to mitigate some of the challenges and barriers that others have faced. As an industry, there is lots of excitement around CDI growth and development. This session will help attendees bring strategies back to their organization to support the development or evolution of their CDI program.
Sonia Trepina, MPA, is the Director of Ambulatory CDI Services for Enjoin. She has 20 years of experience in program development and management. She has extensive experience in both inpatient and ambulatory CDI methodologies including process improvement, redesign, data analysis, training, and project/change management. Prior to Enjoin, Sonia worked at Mission Health System where she led the CDI development between the health system and the ACO, illustrating the impact of documentation on quality measures, care coordination and finances. She facilitated executive level strategy sessions and coordinated the development of processes and tools to support documentation integrity. Her past experiences include positions at Duke University Health System in program development and management, and BearingPoint in the revenue cycle sector.
Claudia M. Knowles
Claudia Knowles is responsible for Physician Engagement and Operations for BayCare Physician Partners, a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) and Affordable Care Organization (ACO) in the Tampa Bay Area. Claudia has been a part of the BayCare organization over 15 years and has served in various roles related to physician engagement and physician marketing campaigns. In these roles Claudia has been responsible for conceiving, developing and implementing marketing campaigns and programs focused on improving physician relations and generating volume and revenue growth across the health care system. Within the scope of the ACO, Claudia is responsible for day to day operations, governance management and organizing data for strategic and operational decision making, including decisions on how best to design, development and implement a CDI program for the BayCare CIN and ACO.
Purchase the Course
Click here to register.
Single Webinar – $25
When you purchase all 24 webinars in the 2019 Quad-State Education Sessions Series – $300
Access to the Course
Access instructions to the recording will be provided within 2 business days following receipt of payment.
You will have 60 days to access the course after payment has been received.
On demand webinars are non-refundable.