Each day brings new evidence and outcomes related to the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)— the non-clinical factors that impact health and wellness of persons and populations. Between research that yields how 80 percent of health outcomes are related to these factors and out-of-control costs, health systems and organizations are wrestling with strategies to address the SDoH.
Every practitioner and practice setting is fixated on developing new programs and keen tactics that will ensure vigilant cost containment strategies, maximize reimbursement, while meeting regulatory mandates for quality and patient-centric care.
Value-based care mandates from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have only heightened the urgency to reconcile the challenges of value versus volume versus cost. This exclusive ICD10monitor webcast will provide today's most pivotal knowledge on how to understand, assess, engage, document, plus maximize reimbursement for this multi-faceted client population.
Falling behind current coding, reimbursement, and regulatory guidelines that address SDoH could imperil your facility.
Why This is Relevant:
The Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) bear considerable fiscal impact on hospitals, healthcare systems, and organizations. More than 90 percent of these entities are developing programs and initiatives to address these impacted populations. New regulations and legislative mandates call for appropriate documentation and coding to capture reimbursement. The fiscal sustainability of the industry is at stake.
Take this quick quiz and see if you and your team, like so many others, struggle with SDoH:
- What new populations are associated with the SDoH?
- What percentage of readmissions are related to the SDoH?
- What tools maximize assessment of populations dealing with the SDoH?
- Who should comprise a coding coalition at your facility
From this ICD10monitor SDoH webcast, led by Ellen Fink- Samnick, you will…
- Learn about the current industry landscape of the SDoH;
- Understand the traditional populations and new face of the SDoH, with associated costs;
- Learn about the ICD-10 Z Codes, their use and evolution;
- Receive industry resources to enhance client linkage and minimize readmissions; and
- Learn strategies to maximize organizational response to the SDoH population
Who Should Attend:
Coders, case managers, care coordinators, social workers, discharge planners, physicians, clinical documentation integrity specialists, utilization review team members, revenue cycle management specialists, healthcare leaders.