HI 255 PUG Hispital Payment Claims or Penalties Discussion

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HI255: Medical Coding II

Topic #1: Present-On-Admission Indicators and Hospital-Acquired Conditions

Your discussion post should include the following:

  • Summarize the current POA Guidelines.
  • Identify the 5 POA Indicators and give their definitions.
  • Identify the relationship between the reporting of POA indicators and hospital-acquired conditions (HAC).
  • Analyze the connection between the care a hospital provides to a patient and the responsibility the organization should take when a patient suffers an HAC.
  • Provide a scenario utilizing one of the 5 POA indicators and in that scenario, indicate which POA indicator you have chosen and why.

Example Scenario: A patient was admitted to the hospital with acute abdominal pain that was determined to be due to acute appendicitis, and the surgeon performed an open appendectomy on the patient. During the recovery period, the patient experienced two episodes of urinary retention that required the placement of a temporary urinary catheter. The POA indicator “N” should be used on the diagnosis of urinary retention, since it was not present on admission and is unrelated to the acute appendicitis.

Participation Expectations: Please engage on this topic throughout the unit by posting one main response. Your main post to the discussion should contain at least 150 words, with no more than 10% quoting, and cite any sources used on a reference list following APA format.




HS230: Health Care Administration

Topic#2: EHR

What are some barriers to implementing HIPAA guidelines in health care organizations?

Participation Expectations: Please engage on this topic throughout the unit by posting one main response. Your main post to the discussion should contain at least 150 words, with no more than 10% quoting, and cite any sources used on a reference list following APA format.

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HI255 Medical Coding II Discussion Board Grad Instructor feedback and comments go here. Initial post timeliness Introductory Emergent 0-1 2 No initial post (0). Provides initial post by Provides initial post after Sunday Sunday (1). No additional comments Additional comments (0). Posts comments and engagement unrelated to the Discussion topic (1). Posts one comment related to the discussion topic. Initial Response Content Quality Submission does not relate to the topic and/or incomplete responses to most topics. Answers some question/topics with some clearly stated opinions. Spelling/ Grammar/ Formatting/ Mechanics Significant errors in spelling and/or grammar. Major flaws in writing mechanics and formatting. Poor spelling and grammar are apparent. Does not use APA intext style formatting when needed. Submission does not meet length requirements. Only one post meets length requirements and/or inital post does not meet length requirements Length* (applies to Discussion Boards with posted length requirements) Coding II Discussion Board Grading Rubric Total available points = Practiced Proficient/Mastered 3 4 N/A Provides an initial post by Saturday. Posts 2 or more comments in response to others that Posts 2 comments provide thoughtful insight to related to the discussion the topic and frequently topic. attempts to motivate the group discussion. 20 Score Weight Final Score 4 15% 0.60 4 30% 1.20 Answers all questions with opinions and ideas that are stated clearly. Answers all questions with opinions/ideas creatively and clearly. Supports post using outside sources when appropriate. 4 40% 1.60 Uses Standard American English with rare errors and misspellings. Minor errors in APA in-text style formatting when needed. Includes list of references when citations are used. Consistently uses Standard American English with rare misspellings. Appropriate mechanics and APA in-text style formatting when needed. Includes a properly formatted list of references when citations are used. 4 10% 0.40 Initial post and one reply post meet length requirements All submissions meet posted length requirements. 4 5% 0.20 100% 4.00 Final Score 20.0 Percentage 100.00%
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HI255: Medical Coding II
The current POA Guidelines require identifying all diagnosis inpatients have on
admission to hospitals on a doctor’s order. They help inpatient billing; the POA guidelines offer
five indicators with options and definitions befitting different scenarios. The five POA Indicators
are; Y, N, U, W and 1.Y define a diagnosis present in the patient on admission. N indicates an
absence of a diagnosis in an inpatient on admission. U indicates insufficiently documented
diagnosis; thereby, it’s hard to determine if the diagnosis was present on admission. W indicates
a diagnosis that is not clinically determined to be present on admission. 1 indicates unreported
and unused diagnosis (“Codi...


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