Medical Record Standards: What Hospitals Should Know About The Cms Hospital Cops
Get Deeper Insights on the CMS Regulations and Interpretive Guidelines for Medical Records If a CMS surveyor showed up at your door tomorrow would you know what to do? Are you up to date on all the recent CMS hospital CoP changes? Did you know that all the medical records standards (health information management) apply to all departments including lab and x-ray?Most of the hospitals in America acc...
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pts Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and as such must be in compliance with the CMS Conditions of Participation (CoPs) for hospitals. There have been many changes to these over the recent past. This includes changes to Tag 454 (verbal orders), 457 (standing orders) and 458 (H&P update). CMS rewrote all the regulations for standing orders, order sets, protocols, and preprinted orders.Don't be unprepared if the state department of health, state agency, or CMS shows up for a complaint or validation survey. Joint Commission has also recently changed many of their standards to comply with the CMS CoP requirements so not doing this right could also result in being out of compliance with standards from the Joint Commission. CMS states that all of their medical record regulations also apply to documents maintained by radiology and the lab. There are several important CMS memos that have been published including an 11 page memo which addresses confidentiality and privacy. These are important in light of the recent large fines related to HIPAA being assessed by the Office of Civil Rights.In this DVD, expert speaker Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD will cover in detail the CMS regulations and interpretive guidelines for medical records. This is an extremely important section and includes hot issues like verbal orders, history and physicals, organization of the department, standing orders, discharge summaries, medication orders, and more.