Better clinical documentation, all around.
For many years, clinical documentation integrity (CDI) was primarily a manual process, beginning with a specially trained nurse or coding professional who combed through paper medical records and retrospectively evaluated clinical evidence to identify potential gaps in the record. Later came concurrent CDI and other advancements, such as applications allowing the clinical documentation specialist (CDS) to create and send electronic queries.
In recent years, AI has transformed the world of CDI through rapidly evolving innovations that supplement CDSs in their role and enhance efficiency.
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