The Clinical Documentation Specialist is responsible for reviewing medical records to facilitate the accurate representation of the severity of illness by improving the quality of the physicians' clinical documentation. This involves extensive record review, interaction with physicians, HIM professionals, and nursing staff. The CDS will participate in team meetings and education of staff is a key role.
Accurate and timely record review
Recognize opportunities for documentation improvement
Ability to access, manage and update patient medical records through Hospital Electronic Medical Record Information System
Formulate clinically credible queries
Effective and appropriate communication with physicians
Timely follow up on all cases especially those with queries
Participate in Task Force meetings
Manage multiple priorities
Knowledge of Medicare Part A
Familiar with Medicare Part B
Communicates with HIM staff and resolves discrepancies
The information above is for summary purposes, and is not intended to be a comprehensive list of essential functions.
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