Coding needs expected to spike late this year, into 2014
The recent survey by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) in Chicago touched on preparedness issues such as education, staffing, computer-assisted coding (CAC), and clinical documentation improvement (CDI). For example, respondents said they are expecting to increase their coding labor needs by 23% over the next two years.
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