CloneSleuth was created by software engineers with a single purpose in mind: organize the massive amount of coded data in patient record notes to assist hospitals in achieving dramatic improvements in patient record and billing accuracy. CloneSleuth’s ability to proactively discover high-risk provider behavior combined with your subsequent education programs have resulted in improved physician compliance and better patient care while dramatically reducing billing errors. We put patient record notes to work.
Establish a Measurable CDI Program
Clinical documentation is at the core of every patient encounter. In order to be meaningful it must be accurate, timely, and reflect the scope of services provided. CloneSleuth has become a key component in the efforts of hospitals throughout the United States to implement a Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) program.
Showcase Your Hospital's Commitment to the Accuracy of Patient Records
CloneSleuth represents a new, effective solution to show both the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and the Department of Health and Human Resources (HHS) your hospital's commitment to accurate patient records.
The Value of Reviewing All Notes
At the core of the CloneSleuth application is the ability to automatically detect patient documentation within the electronic health record with a high propensity of risk. In addition, access to all patient notes provides the ability to now search for specific risk situations - like compliance with new bill coding.
Putting Patient Record Notes to Work for You.
With the implementation of electronic health records, the barrage of data in patient notes has become the source of documentation for ongoing patient care and billing. It's also become an area under increasing scrutiny from both the CMS and HHS. CloneSleuth's ability to put your patient record notes to work provides a key component in your effort to improve the quality and overall accuracy of clinical documentation.
"CloneSleuth allows our auditors to proactively and automatically identify high-risk provider behavior with zero effort. This allows us to provide focused training efforts to those who need it most."
Director of Compliance
The University of Kansas Physicians
Experience Patient Record Notes at Work
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