Inconsistent or flawed documentation practices across your teams can result in errors, denials, lowered reimbursements, and diminished quality of care. Train your staff on how to create defensible documentation that increases patient safety and optimizes revenues.
Our comprehensive Documentation Education Solution includes advanced course series, webinars, onboarding programs, and automated tools that allow you to distribute, scale, and standardize training on the latest, most effective documentation standards.
Denied claims cost an average of $118 each to appeal.1
How Our Solution Works
Accurately capture the care you provide
Ensure documentation supports the care provided with courses on the best practices for medically necessary and skilled care.
Standardize documentation processes across your organization with effective onboarding programs.
Increase revenue and referral opportunities by educating staff on using data to improve quality and performance metrics.
Avoid mistakes that lead to lower reimbursement and reduced quality of care with effective interdisciplinary team training.
Keep your documentation defensible
Prevent denials with effective training on creating accurate and defensible documentation.
Create a safer patient environment by educating your staff on the risk to patients of poor documentation.
Promote higher quality care across your organization with training on creating defensible documentation that supports best practices in care planning.
Safeguard your organization by staying in compliance
Prepare staff to face audits and utilization reviews by sharing the experiences and insights of similar organizations.
Improve performance in audits and utilization reviews by ensuring staff understand requirements, forms, and timelines.
Reduce the risk of noncompliance by easily assigning standardized training or targeted remediation education.
Deliver up-to-date, defensible documentation training relevant to your staff's setting, discipline, and knowledge level.
Outpatient Private Practices
Instruction from outpatient billing and documentation expert Rick Gawenda on how to equip clinicians to create defensible documentation.
Defensible documentation (including PDGM) instruction from Dee Kornetti and Cindy Krafft that incorporates special considerations of the home environment.
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Instruction from Ellen Strunk and Maureen McCarthy that focuses on the SNF interdisciplinary team and the unique needs of the patient to optimize care in PDPM.