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Journal Q&A (5/00)

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: May 02, 2000

Q: Is electronic record storage legal?
A: HCFA authorizes computerized health records as long as they are maintained in a form that can be reproduced legally. In addition, the Medicare Conditions of Participation for Hospitals, Medical Records Services specify that hospitals must use....

Boosting Efficiency in Home Health Record Systems

Author: Abraham, Prinny

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2000


The growing pains of the past decade have led to medical record backlogs and record retrieval crises for many home healthcare agencies. These problems have pushed more than one agency director into enlisting the skills of an HIM professional to evaluate the medical record systems in pl....

Implementing an Electronic Imaging System

Author: Graham, Debra

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2000


More and more is being seen and heard about the computerized patient record (CPR). The desire to embrace this new technology is often checked by fear of such a project's magnitude. A myriad of questions regarding computer literacy suddenly emerge: Do I, or anyone in my department, really under....

Off-Site Coding Success Story

Author: Kramer, Lynette; Meeks, Richard

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2000


If you asked HIM professionals about key success factors that substantially impact timely and accurate coding, three of the most common answers might be:
availability of the record immediately after the patient visit
availability of the complete record....

EMR Education for a Student Health Center

Author: Burgess, Barbara

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 1999


How does a busy student health center on a state university campus implement an electronic health record? This is the story of how Hall Health Primary Care Center (HHPCC), a community-based primary care center at the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle, did just that.

Desperately Seeking Smart Cards

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Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 1999


The Department of Defense issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a personal identification card that can be used in conjunction with systemwide computer-based patient records system. Currently, most chip-based smart cards hold eight to 16 kilobytes, but the department is looking for a ....

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