Sepsis: Mitigating Denials Amid Definition Disparity

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Sepsis: Mitigating Denials Amid Definition Disparity

Bogged down by sepsis?
How to emerge from the mire of sepsis denials.


The definition of sepsis is a moving target. When the Society for Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) revised the definition of sepsis in 2016—without input from coding or clinical documentation organizations—it caused a massive ripple effect among doctors and health information management departments. And it opened a new door for payers to deny hospital sepsis claims.

Download a new HRS white paper to find out how your organization can react to SCCM’s revised sepsis criteria. The paper will provide you with coping strategies to avoid the disconnects between physicians, CDI specialists and clinical coders that can cause denials.

Download “Sepsis: Mitigating Denials Amid Definition Disparity” now!