Collaborative Documentation Gets You Off the Compliance Treadmill

Wed, Sep 11, 2013 2:00 PM EDT

Bill Schmelter, PhD, Lead Clinical & Collaborative Documentation
Consultant, MTM Services

Active collaborative documentation that is part of the clinical process — as opposed
to being “crafted for auditors”  — improves and sustains compliance and
clinical quality. Collaborative documentation prepares you for one of the most
common audit questions: “Does this documentation reflect good care that is
medically necessary?”

Bill Schmelter from MTM Services has reviewed thousands

of clinical documents and developed strategies to implement collaborative
documentation to engage clients in their care and support organizational
compliance. He reviews the current audit climate, common documentation
deficiencies in community behavioral health, and the changes that collaborative
documentation can bring about. 

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