Surgeons need smarter tools to reduce their documentation burden.
As healthcare services migrate from inpatient to outpatient settings, clinical outcomes drive a more significant portion of most health systems’ revenue.
Read our new white paper: How Artificial Intelligence engages surgeons for better documentation to find out why surgeons need smarter tools to ensure coding accuracy, enhanced revenue capture and improved quality ratings.
Note quality matters for risk scores in value-based care
• Coding complexity – Coding to such a high degree of specificity not only detracts from valued face-to-face interactions but adds to surgeon frustration with learning and keeping up with requirements.
• Greater payer scrutiny – No matter how careful a health system may be in its practices, the potential for overpayments and fraud is high—and the effect to their revenue cycle is significant.
• Inefficient technology workflows – Spending more than half their workday interacting with their EHR can hamper surgeon productivity by limiting the time they are available to see patients, complete follow-up activities and perform surgery.
How Artificial Intelligence engages surgeons for better documentation
Find out why surgeons need smarter tools to ensure coding accuracy, enhanced revenue capture and improved quality ratings.Download white paper(pdf. Open a new window)