Transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR) is a fairly new procedure used for patients at high risk for CEA.
In this CDI Scenario, a 56 yr. old male is admitted to the hospital and has indicators of Acute Blood Loss Anemia.
January’s CDI Scenario covers other persistent atrial fibrillation presenting in a 58-year-old male in the emergency room.
In the October 2022 CDI Scenario, a 60-year-old male patient suffers from Cytomegalovirus after receiving a lung transplant.
A 67-year-old male presents with post procedural respiratory failure after a laparoscopic colectomy for adenocarcinoma of the sigmoid colon.
In this CDI Scenario, background information on AHRQ Elixhauser Review is offered to readers, plus a clinical example and documentation tips.
Nancy Koors and Mary Stanfill sit down with ChristianaCare’s Ambulatory CDI Program Manager to discuss UASI’s Risk Adjustment Maturity Model.
Learn the four RAMM phases (explore, define, implement, optimize) and lessons from ChristianaCare as they progressed through each phase.
July’s CDI Scenario covers the topic of pulmonary embolism. The patient in the scenario is a female with shortness of breath and swollen legs.
June’s CDI Scenario covers Chronic Kidney Disease in an outpatient setting. The patient is a 76 year old female.