An overview of clinical documentation improvement (CDI), including why it’s so important and what makes a successful CDI program.
Hospitals face many challenging demands and, at times, are required to do more with fewer resources. The ability to accurately reflect the patient acuity level in the medical record to ensure quality data and appropriate funding is more critical than ever.
Kim Myrick has a background in medicine, neurology ICU, community, and intensive care nursing from various hospitals in Canada. With a deep medical and community knowledge as well as project management experience, Kim joined 3M to integrate clinical nursing into the CDI platform. With over 20 years of medical experience, Kim is very passionate about improving clinical documentation to accurately reflect the quality of care that hospitals provide and to develop best standards for improving patient safety and outcomes.