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Facility Closure: How to Get In, Get Out, and Get What Is Important

Author: Lail, Pamela J; Laird, Sarah S; McCall, Kris; Naretto, Joe; York, April

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: October 2016


This article examines the current state of affairs of the health information management role in facility closure as well as the impact on revenue cycle operations. Health information management professionals are uniquely positioned to assist an organization in closure eff....

AHIMA Releases Information Governance Graphic

Author: Butler, Mary

Source: Journal of AHIMA - website

Publication Date: March 2015

For the uninitiated, information governance can be a somewhat abstract concept to explain and visualize. To help health information management (HIM) professionals grasp the importance of information governance—a set of principles designated to better organize and protect healthcare da....

Electronic Documentation Templates Support ICD-10-CM/PCS Implementation. Appendix C: Checklist for Template Review

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA practice brief attachment

Publication Date: October 2012

This checklist may be used by the requestor prior to submission of the template and by health information management services (HIMS) or the informatics department prior to the release of the template for testing. It could also be an electronic document used in conjunction with the request form.....

Protecting Patient Information after a Facility Closure. Appendix D: Health Information Management Checklist for Acquisitions and Closures (2011 update)

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA practice brief attachment

Publication Date: August 2011

This document is intended to be used as a guide and is not intended to be all-inclusive. It should be adapted to the setting or organization type.

Purpose: To ensure appropriate health information management tasks are processed during the acquisition, closure, or dissolution of an org....

Migrating from Paper to EHRs in Physician Practices. Appendix A: Historical Medical Record/Chart Abstraction Checklist—Primary Care

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA practice brief attachment

Publication Date: November 2010

This checklist can help physician practices migrate all the appropriate data from an individual patient paper record into the EHR. Each record or data element should be expanded upon with descriptions based on the practice’s definitions, the location of the information in the paper chart,....

ICD-10-CM/PCS Project Management Resources

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA practice brief attachment

Publication Date: October 2009

This practice brief has been retired. It is made available for historical purposes only.

Transitioning to ICD-10-CM/PCS will be a major undertaking for healthcare organizations. Below are ICD-10-CM/PCS project management resources and templates that organizations can use to h....

Assessing and Improving EHR Data Quality: Model for Implementing an EHR Documentation Improvement Process

Author: AHIMA e-HIM Work Group on Assessing and Improving Healthcare Data Quality in the EHR

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2007

Improving data quality in an electronic healthcare environment requires a greater focus on standardized documentation procedures. With an EHR, the need to evaluate and improve healthcare data quality through concurrent assessment, data collection monitoring, and ongoing process improvement requ....

Employee/Student/Volunteer Nondisclosure Agreement

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA sample form

Publication Date: June 02, 2003

Employee/Student/Volunteer Nondisclosure Agreement
[Name of healthcare provider] has a legal and ethical responsibility to safeguard the privacy of all patients and protect the confidentiality of their health information. In the course of my employment/assignment at [name of healthcare provide....

Accounting for Disclosure Cost Analysis Worksheet

Author: Dunn, Rose T

Source: External - used with permission

Publication Date: May 02, 2003

This worksheet has been developed to provide guidance on components to consider in developing the basis for a reasonable, cost-based charge for the Accounting for Disclosure (164.528). This worksheet is not intended to be all inclusive. Users are encouraged to discuss inclusions to this analysis with their facility’s cost accountant.

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