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Seizing the Moment to Improve the Quality of Health Information Management

Author: Goshen, Naomi; Nachmani, Frances ; Sasson, Nadine ; Itzchak, Tzipi ; Sayfan, J; Kopelman, D; Kolton, L; Vigder, L; Almog, D; Tiosano, T

Source: IFHRO Congress | AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Introduction

The need for accurate and complete records pertaining to operative procedures and diagnoses in surgery wards is almost self-evident. It is so because human life issues are at stake and erroneous and incomplete documentation may harm follow-up treatment as well as research da....

"Chutes and Ladders" of the Revenue Cycle: Strategies to Understand Data and Coding Quality Issues That Impact Your Ability to Successfully Play the Revenue Cycle Game

Author: Bauman, Carrie M.

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Introduction

Since 1991, I have made a career in health information management. I entered the profession in the roles of assistant director and director of medical records in the acute care setting. After installing a Windows-based chart tracking system and a document imaging system, I f....

Re-abstraction Studies to Assess Data Quality for Use in the Development of a Grouping Methodology

Author: Mitchell, Sandra; Bartoli, Holly

Source: IFHRO Congress | AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Purpose

The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the data quality re-abstraction studies that have been conducted in Canada. These studies provide a baseline of reliability for clinical administrative data submitted to the Discharge Abstract Database (DAD). Canada began a s....

On the Line (June 2004)

Author: Burrington-Brown, Jill

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2004


Q: Why shouldn’t we document incidents or incident reports in the patient’s health record? Isn’t it a part of the documentation of the patient’s care? Don’t incident reports become evidence if there is legal action?

A: First, we should define “i....

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