During the 89th AHIMA Convention and Exhibit, be sure to meet the physician-led experts of Enjoin either in a speaking session or in booth #323. By focusing on comprehensive risk adjustment, Enjoin ensures data integrity that’s necessary to effectively drive population health management. Discover how Enjoin’s approach can be applied across any care setting, uniting documentation and coding for quality and cost justification.
Monday October 9th, 1:00pm
Room 152/Hall F
CMS Risk Adjustment—Medicare Advantage: Where Clinical Documentation, Coding and Care Payment Meet. Presented by Brett Senor, MD and Sonia Trepina, MPA
Presenters will demonstrate an understanding of CMS HCC—Medicare Advantage and provide a thorough review of documentation requirements. Attendees will gain an understanding of the importance of capturing all chronic conditions. A review of common documentation and coding challenges will also be covered.
CDocT® is a web-based quality and risk adjustment educational resource tool that helps healthcare organizations achieve optimal performance across the continuum. Developed by board-certified physicians and CDI experts, modules complement Enjoin’s services for claims-based quality measures and HCC risk adjustment. Using a data driven evidence-based approach to elevate CDI programs, both modules include train-the-trainer resources such as high yield checklists, clinical libraries, and case studies to optimize efficiency and pinpoint areas for targeted improvement.
Visit booth #323 or register using the form below to see this tool in action!
Tuesday October 10th, 12:00pm
Product World Theatre K
Aligning CDI with Value-Based Care Presented by James Fee, MD, CCS, CCDS and Sonia Trepina, MPA
As you browse the exhibitor hall, take a deep dive into CDI’s impact on alternative payment models while resting your feet in Product World Theatre K.
Participants will be provided with an overview of the impact of CDI within alternative payment models and claims-based quality outcome measures that directly drive fiscal health. A cross continuum approach to CDI utilizing risk adjustment will be explored. Finally, a demonstration of a comprehensive web-based resource will be provided to assist in CDI program evolution.