Data Collection and Abstraction for HEDIS audits
Medical Record Review Training for new and experienced Registered Nurses
Course Start Date: 5 Jan 2015
Learn HEDIS process overview, in-depth review of all HEDIS measures, medical record abstraction instruction, practice and testing. The course was NCQA Auditor approved in 2013, 2014 and can be used to satisfy training requirements for the NCQA Roadmap.
JMG now offers an intensive data collection and abstraction training program. Participants will learn the process of scheduling site visits and the essentials needed for chart collection. We also work closely with HEDIS software vendors and provide training on entering abstracted data into these programs to calculate rates.
JMG has designed an in-depth training program that is geared toward the RN wishing to pursue a career as a Medical Record Abstractor or the RN who want to refresh their knowledge of the collection and abstraction process. JMG has developed ‘The Abstractor's Training Manual’©. This manual, along with experienced educators, is utilized in our intensive HEDIS training seminars. Additional seminars can be tailored to meet individual client needs.
We offer 4 hours of lecture that gives the learner a basic background of what HEDIS is, why it is used and how it was developed.
We also have practice chart abstraction and data entry so you can experience how medical records are looked at and how the data is abstracted. We use a PowerPoint presentation and will send out materials for you to practice with.
Our course has been certified and validated for the last two years by HEDIS certified auditors.
At the end of your learning experience you will have the basic knowledge needed to start a career as a nurse abstractor.
- 02 Live sessions of 4 hrs each
- 1 PPT
- 40 Documents
- 1 Test
- Practice chart reviews as assignment
- What is HEDIS?
- Type of Data Collected
- Data Abstraction
- Data Entry
- Audit Process
- HEDIS Measures
- General Documentation Guidelines
- Sample Medical Record Review
- Review Question and Answer
- Medical Record Review Testing
Language of instruction: English