Why should you be focused on SDOH data and ICD-10-CM Z codes? How can you integrate the capture of these elements into your workflows? Get guidance now — before new CMS assessment and reporting mandates take effect.
Social determinants of health (SDOH) isn’t merely a hot topic of conversation in healthcare circles. For hospitals, SDOH and the use of corresponding ICD-10-CM Z codes are growing in importance, particularly as CMS aims to mandate SDOH assessments and reporting. Are you prepared? Has your organization determined how to integrate the collection of SDOH data and Z codes into staff workflows?
During this ICD10monitor webcast, two of the nation’s prominent subject matter experts, Tiffany Ferguson and Marie Stinebuck, will walk you through essential concepts specific to the capture of SDOH data and Z codes, as well as CMS reporting guidelines and requirements.
ICD-10-CM Z codes and the social drivers of health that they represent can play a key role in enhancing patient care, improving care coordination and referrals, and supporting quality measurement. In its pursuit of health equity, CMS is advocating for the increased collection of SDOH data and Z codes. In addition, CMS has initiated a push for increased reporting of SDOH data — it’s voluntary in 2023, but will become mandatory in 2024. Now is the time to make certain your workflows are aligned with best practices and the latest requirements!
Hospital leadership and staff in clinical documentation integrity (CDI), coding, HIM, case management, quality and patient access/registration.
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