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Written by leaders in the field, Designing, Implementing, and Enhancing a Rapid Response System, contains the tools needed to plan, develop, enhance, and customize a rapid response system (RRS) in your hospital. This book includes a turnkey education and implementation program designed for a variety of clinical settings and will assist in defining your RRS depending on your hospital's personnel, patient population, and other factors. This product also contains customizable policies, procedures, protocols, algorithms, order sets, lanyard and pocket cards, posters, educational programs and examinations, promotional materials, and data collection forms. RRS will empower your staff and improve patient outcomes. Topics include key elements of an RRS, overcoming barriers, policy and procedures, education and case studies, and data collection and quality assurance.
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A must-have text for professional coders, hospital administrators,
physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants, Coding and
Billing for Critical Care: A Practice Tool, Eighth Edition, explains
the complexities of critical care coding and billing and offers a
better understanding of coding and billing procedures in a critical
This new edition includes:
An overview of contemporary coding and payment systems
Expanded information on remote care services, including
telehealth, virtual visits, and other online consulting services
Indispensable guidance on coding related to COVID-19
The most current information on coding for common procedures
performed in critical care
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Understanding how to code for critical care, what services can be reported separately, and how to prepare proper documentation are important for the financial stability and overall success of the provider organization. In the On Demand webcast, Understanding How to Code and Bill for Critical Care Services from the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), Deb Grider, CPC, COC, CPC-1, CPC-P, CPMA, CEMC, CCS-P, CDIP, a nationally recognized coding and documentation expert from Karen Zupko & Associates, Inc., reviews these points as well as the rules, tips, and pitfalls to avoid when reporting critical care services and potential missed opportunities for reimbursement that can be costly to your practice.
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This webcast covers various topics including APP documentation that can be referenced in varying levels of service such as critical care and inpatient codes; whether APP notes can be amended, shared, and cited; billing when the patient is seen first, second, or last on a calendar day by an APP or between physician visits; considerations when APPs are performing procedures and the physician is providing evaluation and management services; and implications on documentation.
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Compensation of Critical Care Professionals, Third Edition, is an invaluable resource for critical care providers needing to benchmark compensation packages. Available in a free download, the Society of Critical Care Medicine presents results and comparison data from a recent survey of critical care professionals.
Employees can use the information to compare salary, benefits, and working conditions of critical care professionals across the country. Employers can use the text to access and review valuable information to help them formulate competitive compensation packages to meet the increasing demands of critical care personnel.
Included with this product are the documented results from the 2013 Compensation Survey, divided out by profession:
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Advanced Practice Provider Report
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What are the logistics of today's intensive care unit? Critical Care Units: A Descriptive Analysis, Second Edition, depicts a 24-hour snapshot of U.S. critical care resources, focusing on staffing trends, technology, general patient characteristics, and processes for delivering advanced medical care to injured and ill patients. It is a valuable resource when planning how to care for the sickest patients, and will help determine which areas of the nation are in need of trainees and the skill sets trainees will require.
With Job Descriptions and Contracts in Critical Care, Second Edition, SCCM offers a compilation of existing contracts and job descriptions from a broad spectrum of U.S. healthcare practitioners involved with the care of critically ill patients. This publication serves as a valuable tool for institutions to use when creating or updating their existing job description documents. In addition, readers may make some broad, general comparisons of various institutional practices and use it to support positive change in areas such as staffing and hiring.
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Functional ICU design is crucial to delivering quality critical care. To honor the best examples of such design, an annual awards program is cosponsored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, and the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health. This interactive web-based program contains the top projects since 1992, with each project reviewed in short video segments. The companion PDF contains features and floor plans of each winning unit. This product provides a complete, contemporary resource for creating a facility that fulfills the needs of both ICU patients and care givers. The 2021 product has been expanded to include winners of the new COVID-19 Design Citation Award.
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As the roles of advanced practice providers (APPs) in the intensive care unit (ICU) expand, so
does the need to promote their proper and optimal utilization as members of the critical care
team. Integrating Advanced Practice Providers Into the ICU, Second Edition, provides APPs, administrators,
intensivists, and others with vital information and resources for optimizing APPs as integral
members of the multiprofessional ICU team. Some of the topics covered in this book are:
staffing models, billing, credentialing, developing orientation programs, metrics, professional
development, and much more.
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