Our partnership with Artifact Health gives hospitals an innovative approach to acquire a compliant, current and maintenance-free query template library.
MIDDLETON, Mass. (PRWEB) July 01, 2020
HCPro, an acknowledged industry authority in healthcare compliance, education, training and consulting for over 30 years, and Artifact Health, who provides the first and only mobile platform that streamlines the physician query process, announced today that Johns Hopkins Medicine selected the ACDIS comprehensive library of compliant clinical documentation improvement (CDI) physician query templates from HCPro to use within Artifact Health’s mobile platform.
Four years ago, Artifact Health announced its collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine to bring to market Artifact’s innovative, cloud-based mobile application for physicians that helps CDI specialists and medical coders capture a more complete picture of a patient's health.
“We are privileged to drive continued collaborations at Johns Hopkins Medicine by introducing the ACDIS query template library within the Artifact platform,” said Marisa MacClary, Co-founder and CEO of Artifact Health. “Johns Hopkins has shown significant improvements in provider satisfaction and coding accuracy with Artifact. With the addition of the ACDIS compliant template library, they can remove the burden of maintaining CDI and coding query templates and continue to ensure high-quality, comprehensive clinical documentation.”
HCPro’s ACDIS physician query template library was built by a team of renowned CDI educators who applied their substantial clinical and coding experience to its design. The library provides compliance and process guidance so healthcare facilities can better capture the true complexity of their patient population and serves as a key resource continuously addressing critical areas of query practice including:
- ICD-10-CM/PCS coding classifications
- DRG groupings
- MCC/CC diagnoses
- Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCCs)
- Severity of illness/risk of mortality
- And more
"HCPro is extremely proud to collaborate with the clinical documentation improvement, coding and physician leadership at Johns Hopkins Medicine to provide physician query templates written by ACDIS experts,” said HCPro's Chief Product Officer, David Cella. "Our partnership with Artifact Health gives hospitals an innovative approach to acquire a compliant, current and maintenance-free query template library.”
About Artifact Health
Artifact Health provides the first and only mobile platform that streamlines the physician query process so hospitals can improve the quality of patient records and ensure full reimbursement for services. Already in use by thousands of physicians, Artifact simplifies a traditionally time-consuming, multi-step process allowing physicians to respond to queries anytime, anywhere in seconds. By shortening average physician response time to queries by 20x, Artifact helps CDI specialists and coders receive more accurate responses faster, which can translate into millions of dollars in revenue for hospitals. Visit http://www.artifacthealth.com to learn more.
HCPro, a Simplify Compliance Brand, is an acknowledged industry authority in healthcare regulation and compliance for over 30 years. HCPro specializes in providing knowledge and information in a variety of products, including magazines, newsletters, books, videos, audio conferences, training handbooks, e-mail newsletters, and online courses. ACDIS was founded to specifically serve the clinical documentation specialist community and provide additional education, professional growth, program recognition, and networking opportunities. Visit http://www.hcpro.com and http://www.acdis.org for more information.
About Johns Hopkins Medicine
Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is one of the leading health care systems in the United States. Johns Hopkins Medicine unites physicians and scientists of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with the organizations, health professionals and facilities of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System. For more information, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org.