Grayson, D. HI215 Unit 6 Assignment 2.docx - Unit 6 Assignment 2 Instructions 1 Enter the correct amount for each of the highlighted boxes in the tables

Grayson, D. HI215 Unit 6 Assignment 2.docx - Unit 6...

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Unit 6 Assignment 2 Instructions 1. Enter the correct amount for each of the highlighted boxes in the tables below, including the Case Mix Index. DRG MS-DRG Title Volume MDC TYPE RW Weighted Average __ 470_ Major joint replacement or reattachment of lower extremity w/o MCC __ _420 __ 08 SURG 2.0953 880.026 392 Esophagitis, gastroent & misc digest disorders w/o MCC 332 06 MED 0.7375 __ 244.85 __ __ 247_ Perc cardiovasc proc w drug-eluting stent w/o MCC 280 05 SURG 1.9911 __ 557.508 __ 293 Heart failure & shock w/o CC/MCC _ 246__ 05 MED 0.6751 166.0746 192 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease w/o CC/MCC 218 04 MED 0.7072 __ 154.1696 __ Totals __1496__ ___6.2062___ ___2002.6282___ CMI ___1.3387_____ Referring to the above table, answer the following questions (responses for a-c should be 2- 3 well developed paragraphs with each paragraph having 5-7 sentences): a. Which type of case has the lowest Total Relative Weight?
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The Medical Type DRG 293 Heart failure & shock w/o CC/MCC carries the lowest Total Relative Weight of 0.6751 and a Volume of 246 with MDC of 05. The next lowest TRW is 0.7072 for the Medical Type DRG 192 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease w/o CC/MCC which has a Volume of 218 and MDC 04. b. Discuss each column on the table and the type of data it provides (be specific). The first column defines the DRG assigned for the MS-DRG which is described in the second column. This basically tells the insurance company what the actual reason for the hospital stay was. The third column is the Volume which is calculated by the Weight Average divided by the Relative Weight. The MDC is in the fourth column. The
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