Keith I. Stokes, CI-CDI, Chief Executive Officer, DocuComp® LLC Dr. Keith I. Stokes is a board certified physician with a diverse career that includes experience as a clinic medical director, hospital chief-of-staff, hospitalist, consultant and physician advisor. Dr. Stokes is a graduate of Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. He completed internship and a residency in Family Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Dr. Stokes has served as a consultant for numerous hospitals, primarily focused in the areas of physician advisor, utilization management and clinical documentation improvement. Jacob Martin, II, MD, DIP.ABPM, DIP. ABFE, DIP.ABQAURP, F-ABQAURP, CHQM, PAC-CDI, CI-CDI Dr. Martin has 35+ years' experience as a physician in emergency medicine, occupational medicine and forensic medicine. Dr. Martin has provided extensive physician education on numerous subjects. He has done intensive medical review and analysis of medical records from a general medical perspective and occupational medicine perspective, followed by compilation of a detailed written review to be used to formulate decisions around initial liability decisions and appeal decisions. He has served as a medical director at several hospitals. Subodhkumar (Subodh) Sundaram, MD, PAC-CDI Dr. Sundaram had been practicing critical care and intensivist medicine for 13 years. Dr. served as Lead Physician, Hospitalist Program where he developed a hospitalist program in a community hospital setting. Clinical experience includes: ICU, Inpatient rehabilitation, Transitional Care Unit and general medical/surgical care. Committee experience included: Medical Quality Review Committee, Family Practice Quality Review Committee, and Information Management Committee. Member of: Documentation Improvement taskforce, Observation Utilization taskforce, and Evidence Based Medicine committee. James M. Lawlor, DO, FACOI, PAC_CDI Dr. Lawler has served as a Hospitalist, Physician Advisor, Manager of Hospitalist group to include staffing, quality indiators, mentoring of physcians, and close cooperation with hospital administration on the improvement of inpatient care. Dr. Lawlor has also served in management decision-making, review of short stay cases in regards to observation versus admission status. He works as part of Clinical Resource Utilization Committee and Compliance Committee. He provides comprehensive and preventive primary care to a patient population that consists of University leaders, political and corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and friends of The Ohio State University.