Scenario: You have been asked to lead a Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) initiative. This small rural hospital is a 30-bed, fully paper-health dependent facility. Although the purchase and implementation of an EHR is not feasible at this time due to the accompanying price tag and other impacting factors, the hospital administrator recognizes although the EHR is currently out of reach, the importance of developing a CDI program is ultimately, a step in the right direction. Revisit your Week 3 “Health Record Documentation Policy” (paper-based record policy only) and Week 4 “Data Quality Beyond Borders: Modernizing Health Information Infrastructure Using AHIMA’s Data Quality Model” assignments that has been critiqued by your Professor. Using both materials from weeks three and four, devise a five (5) to seven (7) page briefing to the Chief of Staff also known as the Chief Medical Officer which outlines the following listed below.
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