Dr. Tawtheeq® Clinical Documentation Improvement Program (CDIP) aims to promote a clear and complete documentation of the patient’s diagnosis, problems, treatment and progress in the clinical (or medical) record. The primary benefit of Dr. Tawtheeq® Clinical Documentation Improvement Program (CDIP) is to support quality patient care.
It ensures that all clinical staff caring for patients in present or future episodes of hospitalization have access to the records they need to optimally care for the patient. The patient record needs to be accurate, complete and understandable in order to ensure continuity of care between providers, which in turn is essential for providing high quality and safe patient care.
- To obtain CME credits ( 20 hours) you need to attend 70% of the course live.
- Course Dates (6,7,8,9,10 December)
By the end of the Dr. Tawtheeq® CDI Program attendees will have a full understanding of:
1.CDI perspective on ICD-10-AM, ACHI and ACS Coding Standards that affect hospital reimbursement and quality metrics.
2.The Saudi (PHAP) Activity Based Funding/Management (ABF/M) and the impact of specific and accurate documentation on hospital reimbursement.
3.The Saudi NPHIES project: Financial and Clinical data reporting by providers and payers.
4.Scenarios/Case Studies for educating physicians on the basics of case mix, AR-DRGs, billing, reimbursement and the value of complete documentation on organizational and professional profiling.
The Dr Tawtheeq® CDI Program is specifically designed and tailored to meet for the Saudi healthcare system regulations. Designed for physicians, nurses and healthcare professionals to be as the main source for CDI education in Saudi Arabia and the GCC, this course clarifies the role of CDI specialists and provides comprehensive training on their responsibilities.
The course will be for 5 intensive days.