Outpatient CDI:  It’s All About Communicating Patient Care

In Person Meeting & Webinar

Recorded on: February 26, 2019

CEU: 1.0 – Performance Improvement



Santiam Hospital – Auditorium
1401 N 10th Avenue
Stayton, OR, 97383

This event is also offered as a webinar.



This will be a robust discussion of how to work collaboratively with physicians and the revenue cycle team to achieve sustainable improvement in clinical documentation that reflects the communication of fully informed coordinated patient care. Glenn will also incorporate some best practice principles and standards of clinical documentation to effectively drive physician engagement using proven strategies that create and foster a sustainable model for clinical documentation improvement. It is our objective that this collaborative discussion will be of benefit to all participants. Your participation may be on-line or on-site.




Glenn Krauss is a nationally recognized CDI/Revenue Cycle expert and speaker. He has worked with a wide variety of healthcare systems, independent hospitals, and clinics, ranging from large academic medical centers and fully integrated urban healthcare systems to community hospitals, critical access hospitals, and Federal Qualified Healthcare Centers. With 25 years of hands on CDI Improvement and coding experience, Glenn deeply understands and can effectively communicate why and how the quality of medical record documentation strongly correlates with overall quality of care achieved, and the overall achievement of a high performing revenue cycle.


Access Instructions

Access instructions to the recording will be provided within 2 business days following receipt of payment.



OrHIMA/AHIMA Members – $25
Non-member – $25

The webinar will be available on-demand after the event for $25.



The on demand audio conference and webinars are non-refundable.



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