About the Course


Published: May 6, 2019


Documentation integrity means completeness, accuracy, and transparency. Without accurate and credible clinical documentation, we have little chance of understanding how care delivery impacts health. While providers are responsible for establishing and supporting a diagnosis, CDI and Coding professionals are responsible for ensuring that the health record reflects the patient’s clinical scenario and is coded accurately. Experts have difficulty agreeing on definitive criteria for common conditions. How do we identify expected variation from unlikely deviation? Even more complex, how do we recognize when  diagnostic plausibility is there, and the supporting documentation is ambiguous?


Beth Wolf, MD, CPC, CCDS

Dr. Beth Wolf has more than ten years of experience in palliative  medicine and health information management. For the past six years she has worked as the Medical Director for Health Information Management  with Roper St Francis, where she applies her expertise in clinical documentation and serves as the primary liaison to the Medical Staff on  coding and documentation issues.

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CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management
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