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Modern Healthcare

Virtual Scribes Help Physicians Document Patient Visits from Afar

An app from ScribeAmerica lets physicians record patient visits. A remote scribe will later document the encounter. In recent years, the use of medical scribe services has grown to help physicians with their mounting documentation burdens; but in the age of COVID-19, providers may have to reevaluate using them.

MAY 30, 2020

Orange County Register

Senior Living: Isolation Can be Just as Deadly as Coronavirus for Seniors

We may lose many more seniors to isolation, depression, lack of medical care and malnutrition than to the virus.

JUNE 8, 2020

For The Record

AHIMA Statement: A More Just Society Through Health Care Data

In the past days, our nation has been rocked by grief and anger over the senseless death of George Floyd. In many cities, we have seen this grief and anger turn to violence and destruction; however, we have also been heartened by the many peaceful protests...

JUNE 3, 2020

RevCycle Intelligence

What Providers Need to Know About COVID-19 Coding and Billing

The healthcare system is facing an unprecedented crisis, but accurate COVID-19 coding and billing can help providers weather the storm and prepare for future outbreaks.

APRIL 17, 2020

Modern Healthcare

How Hospitals Plan to Retrain Retired Docs on EHRs

As the number of Americans diagnosed with COVID-19 continues to climb, hospitals are calling on retired physicians to return to work. But how ...

APRIL 17, 2020

Healthcare IT Today

Let’s Talk About a National Patient Identifier

What happens when you bring an amazing group of experts to talk about an important topic? Magic. That’s how I’d describe this National Patient ID virtual meetup we put together with our friends at NextGate. Take a look at the amazing panel that shared important insights and perspectives on a National Patient Identifier....

APRIL 16, 2020

Health IT Answers

Expanded Telemedicine Regulations: Documentation Requirements Overview

With the expansion of the telemedicine guidelines and payment criteria, facilities are quickly expanding or rolling out solutions to meet the anticipated demand as well as many vendors and suppliers are offering options to health systems to enable this functionality.

APRIL 14, 2020

Electronic Health Reporter

AHIMA Recommendations During COVID-19

What insiders have long known has become clear during the COVID-19 pandemic: health data is a vital element of health care, including efforts to curb the pandemic. Of course, that data is important to patients, providers, and healthcare staff. And even during COVID-19, if a patient wants to access their data...

APRIL 7, 2020

For The Record

AHIMA Develops Tools to Help Clinical Documentation Integrity Professionals During COVID-19

With clinical documentation integrity (CDI) professionals playing a key role in efforts to “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic, AHIMA has developed tools designed to ease administrative burdens during this difficult time. 

APRIL 1, 2020

Healthcare Innovation

AHIMA Responds to the Release of Two New Federal Interoperability Rules

AHIMA’s vice president of policy and government affairs, Lauren Riplinger, shares her perspectives on the release this week of the two new final rules on interoperability and information-blocking

MARCH 10, 2020

For the Record

AHIMA Responds to Information Blocking Rule

Wylecia Wiggs Harris, AHIMA CEO, PhD, CAE, says, “We look forward to reviewing the final rule in greater detail. We support the intent of the Cures Act to eradicate practices that unreasonably limit the access, exchange, and use of electronic health information for authorized and permitted purposes including patient access to their health information.

MARCH 9, 2020

DotMed Healthcare Business News

Journal of AHIMA Examines the Crisis Related to Patient Misidentification and the Need for a Unique Patient Identifier

A mix-up in a New Jersey hospital resulted in an organ transplant patient receiving a kidney intended for someone else. Six days later, the patient who was supposed to receive that kidney received another one. Although both patients reportedly recovered...

FEBRUARY 19, 2020

Health Leaders Media

Is Your Organization Prepared for Interoperability Compliance?

The Sequoia Project releases a guidebook for the health IT community. This report aims to be a guide for the community,” Mariann Yeager, CEO of The Sequoia Project, said in a news release.

JANUARY 28, 2020

Billing Coding Advantage Magazine

AHIMA Leads the Way on Data Collection Best Practices for LGBTQ Patients

AHIMA has long recognized this need and formed a LGBTQ volunteer work group in 2014 that has published articles and Practice Briefs to inform health information management (HIM) professionals on this important issue. The organization has also delivered presentations nationwide ...

JANUARY 11, 2020


The Future Of Work Now—Medical Coding With AI

The coding of medical diagnosis and treatment has always been a challenging issue. Translating a patient’s complex symptoms, and a clinician’s efforts to address them, into a clear and unambiguous classification code was difficult even in simpler times. 

JANUARY 3, 2020

Modern Healthcare

As the Care Continuum Expands, Patient-Matching Remains a Problem

Healthcare industry still searching for best way to fix the patient-matching process

JUNE 8, 2019

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