This is what our coding team came up with from AHIMA, but other than this, we haven't come up with anything solid except for suggestions for best practice.
The discharge summary is viewed as the synopsis of all events during the patient's stay. It is important that the discharge summary is just that--a summary of events already chronicled in the patient's record. Events, diagnoses, and assessments should not be recorded for the first time in the patient's discharge summary. At least, clinical evidence of every condition documented in the discharge summary should be found somewhere in the patient's history and physical, progress notes, orders and/or operating room reports.
Thank you for any help