Basic and Advanced Charting
For Emergency Department Nurses – 3 hours
This is a crash course in good ED nursing documentation. We emphasize the key clinical, legal, CMS and billing requirements for proper ED nurse documentation. Our course uses real-life examples from the emergency department and covers the typical pitfalls present in every ED, from Patient Triage through admission, discharge or transfer.
The class emphasizes the importance of good ED nursing documentation for patient care, risk management and proper facility reimbursement. We bridge the gap between good clinical care and proper charting. By increasing appropriate ER nursing documentation and improving allowable facility charges, this program will increase facility coding reimbursement which will more than pay for itself the first week!
Presented by Cindy Wright, RN, CLNC, CPC, this class allows you to learn at your own pace, with new, enhanced content and extensive enrichment resources. Cindy is an experienced ED nursing leader with certifications as a Legal Nurse Consultant and Professional Coder. She brings the CLINICAL, the RISK MANAGEMENT and the REIMBURSEMENT all together in one class. Our ED Documentation class is recommended for ALL ED nurses.
Come experience the new standard for online learning!
With videos, web content, meaningful external resources, quizzes (and some extra features!), we generate an unparalleled user experience. Our classes create user engagement by employing a variety of study methods. We allow busy adult learners the freedom to choose what study method works best for them! Content is reinforced to promote long-term retention.
WHY should I take this class?
- CLINICAL: Clinically-Focused ED Scenarios
- RISK MGMT: How to Handle “Never Miss” Patient Presentations
- REIMBURSEMENT: Better Charting = Better Reimbursement
- We Set the Standard for Online ED Learning!
- Short Modules Will Fit Any Schedule
- Fun and Engaging Speaker!
Charting 101 + ED Clinical Pearls
Our ED Documentation Course focuses on the charting basics we all need to be reminded of AND also how to handle the specific “don’t miss” conditions in the Emergency Department. Graduates will be able to properly document each ED patient and provide better care.
Minimize Risk + Maximize Coding
Today’s EMRs add another layer of RISK to emergency nursing practice. We offer tips and techniques to help promote PATIENT SAFETY in today’s environment. And better documentation will maximize facility reimbursement in your Emergency Department.
Who Should Take It
Beginners + Advanced
This Emergency Nursing Documentation Class is essential for every ED nurse. If you are new to the ED, this course will provide everything you need to get started. If you are an experienced ED nurse, this class will challenge you and reinforce your knowledge.