3M maps StayWell's patient education content to ICD-10
|3M Health Information Systems has teamed with StayWell to help make the company's patient education content ICD-10 ready. 3M mapped more than one million ICD-10 coding relationships to the Krames Patient Education Healthsheets, videos and articles. Customers can now leverage the specificity of ICD-10 to extend and enhance the reach of StayWell’s extensive patient health content.
Read more about the mapping effort at StayWell.com.
3M Healthcare Conference: Value-based Care: Turning ideas into actions and outcomes
On October 6, 2015, join 3M and industry leaders from across the country as they share specific actions you can take to get improved health outcomes and give insight on how to answer questions like, "What is fair payment?" and "How should we measure health goals?"
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Video: ICD-10: The benefits of change
Whether you're the ICD-10 coordinator or HIM director, ICD-10 will impact your day-to-day activities in a very real way. Change is never easy. But with the right perspective change can bring great benefit. Hear from three healthcare professionals and discover why they are ready for the transformation ICD-10 will soon bring.
This Will Go On Your Permanent Record—Or Will It?
The debate surrounding physician queries focuses on several issues, however reimbursement and physician satisfaction remain top concerns. Cheryl Manchenton, project manager and quality services lead for 3M HIS Consulting Services delves into the importance of queries.
Henry Ford Health System adds $20 million in revenue by tightening clinical documentation
Henry Ford Health System centralized their clinical documentation improvement programs using 3M's 360 Encompass System. Coders and CDI specialists can access a common view of patient information that captures patient severity in physician documentation.
MDH study yields first statewide estimate of potentially preventable health care events
More than 1 million emergency department visits, 70,000 hospital admissions, and about 22,000 hospital readmissions in Minnesota possibly could have been prevented, according to a new Minnesota Department of Health Study.
These potentially preventable events resulted in nearly $2 billion in costs. The MN Department of Health used the 3M Potentially Preventable Events (3M PPEs) classification system and data analytic services from 3M Health Information Systems to complete the study.