Reflecting on the Long-term Effects of COVID-19
Since we have passed the one-year anniversary that COVID-19 was first identified in the United States, it is important to reflect on the long-term effects of COVID-19. Throughout the pandemic, the Intellis team has worked diligently to update COVID-19 resources. Research continues to evolve as the medical community seeks to better understand the disease’s impact, and the passage of time presents the opportunity to evaluate the effects on body systems.
According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, the pandemic has been accompanied by a COVID-19 “infodemic” with more than 11,000 COVID-19 papers submitted to JAMA since the start of the pandemic! It can be overwhelming to keep up. Our White Papers serve as a guide to remind coders and clinical documentation integrity (CDI) specialists to dig deeper into the medical record to uncover overlooked diagnosis documentation. The goal is to highlight some, but not all, of the commonly seen complications in the patient population infected with COVID-19.
White Paper: Sequelae of COVID-19 Part I – Cardiac, Pulmonary, Dermatological Complications
White Paper: Sequelae of COVID-19: Part II – Neurological, Psychological, Renal complications