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DocuComp® LLC is a Clinical Documentation Improvement, Clinician Education, Medical Necessity and Compliance organization that was established in 2000 with the belief that appropriate clinical documentation and clinical coding are the core communication elements in the healthcare industry. DocuComp® LLC brings together highly experienced, board certified physicians who have years of clinical experience, as well as having significant expertise in medical records coding, clinical documentation, and healthcare compliance education. Keith Stokes, MD is the CEO, Chief Medical Officer and Executive Provider Educator of DocuComp® LLC – a wholly physician owned and managed consulting organization whose expertise is physician documentation education, coding improvement and compliance.

DocuComp® LLC clearly recognizes the impact of today’s regulatory environment on health care providers. Today’s high profile on compliance and Value Based Purchasing places increased responsibilities and accountability on physicians for the necessity of explicit, accurate, documentation of the medical record and appropriate coding to attain proper reimbursement. Our long experience working with hospitals, physicians, and HIMs on appropriate medical communication, documentation, coding and compliance has uniquely positioned us to respond to the current compliance needs of our clients with unparalleled clinical depth. Our team members have served many hospitals throughout the country and are proven in our ability to have a dynamic, positive impact on our clients clinical, financial, and compliance profiles.


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(With (OPPS) Outpatient Observation & the 2-Midnight Rule - the Necessities)

By Betty B. Bibbins, MD, BSN, CHC, C-CDI, CPEHR, CPHIT

This pocket manual is meant to give you the most up to date Documentation Hints that will help you to communicate the quality of care being provided to your patients. It can help you to document the complete severity-of-illness, justify the utilization of resources, and demonstrate medical necessity to 3rd party payers. This can/will correlate to better reimbursements and fewer denials – in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.