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Caught in the Camera's Eye: Filming and Patient's Consent

Author: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations

Source: In Confidence (newsletter) | AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: March 02, 2001


Q: Can staff of a healthcare organization, or their designated agent, film or videotape patient care activities in the Emergency Department? Does the staff have to get a patient’s consent to film or videotape their care while it is being provided?
A: Yes, to both questions. It is appropri....

Envisioning the Personal Medical Record

Author: Odom-Wesley, Barbara

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: November 2000


Increasingly, patients are becoming interested in maintaining their own personal health records. What should these records contain? A panel of experts offers their recommendations.
When was the last time you or a member of your family moved, changed doctors, or saw a specia....

Ten Steps to Selecting a Document Imaging Vendor

Author: Lofton, Sandra

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2000


On the road toward an electronic medical record, many organizations will need to evaluate and select document imaging systems. Because of the time and expense involved in these types of implementations, it is critical that the vendor selected be the right one for the organization. The process....

Practice Solutions for Today

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Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 2000


Editor's note: APCs, risk management, knowledge management...all of these are practice issues that will affect the way HIM professionals work in the future. But practice solutions exist right now in our day-to-day work environments as well. Here are a few successful practice sol....

Journal Q&A (7/00)

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: July 02, 2000

Q: Where should informed consent forms for research and research-related access to patient records be filed?
A: As a general rule, records of informed consent or refusal to consent are filed in a patient's record. However, a notebook containing the following information can be valua....

"Dog Tags" Make Data Storage Easier

Author: Beck, Catherine A.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2000


One of the newest ways to store medical records isn't available to most HIM departments. For military personnel, the Personal Information Carrier (PIC) or "digital dog tag" is a computer storage medium that can hold some or all of a service member's medical record. Roughly th....

Compliance Efforts Lead to Process Improvements

Author: Swope, Shana

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2000




After Medicare regulations and the accompanying paperwork threatened to overwhelm an outpatient rehabilitation center, staff took steps to simplify the recertification process. The result was improved efficiency plus increased commitment to the electronic medical record. He....

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