CDocT is a web-based quality resource tool that helps healthcare organizations achieve optimal performance across the continuum. Program modules support clinical documentation integrity (CDI) programs with the expansion of value-based reimbursement and quality measure initiatives. Developed by board-certified physicians and CDI experts CDocT supports a train-the-trainer approach to education for claims-based quality outcomes.
“Prior to using CDocT, our team was referencing information in our current CDI system. We found the information useful but difficult to locate due to having to go to different areas for information related to specific topics. After participating in the onsite quality training provided by Enjoin, followed by the implementation of CDocT, our team has a better understanding of the importance of appropriately capturing diagnoses related to the PSI initiative. The ease of use with CDocT allows for it to be a tool used regularly by our CDI team when reviewing cases with potential PSI impacts, opportunities to improve ROM/SOI, and continued education around specific medical conditions experienced by our patient population. CDocT is easy to use, organized neatly and a great reference point for a team with similar goals as ours. Several members of our Quality and PSI team are also utilizing the reference as a supportive tool in identification.”
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Three ways CDocT elevates your CDI program to support quality measures related to value-based care:
Training resources and case studies are used to train key providers and stakeholders throughout the organization on clinical documentation integrity concepts impactful to value based outcomes.
Updates are provided as quality measures evolve and/or are refined.
Operationalize Learned Concepts
Quality measure checklists, links to measure specifications, ICD-10 code risk adjustment tables, weight graphs and key condition matrices support clinical documentation capture.
“CDI programs have become a top priority for healthcare’s bottom line. As more providers and health systems are evaluated on risk adjusted clinical outcomes, the need for careful and complete documentation of the full patient condition is vital to correctly assign patients to cohorts and accurately report observed over expected performance.”
–Garry L. Huff, M.D., CCS, CCDS, president and CEO of Enjoin