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At the end of this course, you will be able to identify the three levels of HCPCS modifiers and identify the reason why a chargemaster must be reviewed and updated regularly.<div><br></div><div>Estimated course completion time: 1 hour</div>
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HFMA Executive Survey: Clinical Documentation Meets Financial Performance

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HFMA Executive Survey: Clinical Documentation Meets Financial Performance

In this survey of hospital CFOs and other senior-level executives, HFMA researchers share industry views on areas of CDI priority, opportunity, common barriers, and use of outsourcing to support more accurate and complete documentation and charge capture.

Accurate clinical documentation isn't important just for effective clinical care, it determines ability of the organization to receive full and appropriate payment. In this survey of hospital CFOs and other senior-level executives, HFMA researchers share industry views on areas of CDI priority, opportunity, common barriers, and use of outsourcing to support more accurate and complete documentation and charge capture. 

To learn more, download the key findings from the survey.

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