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Improving Patient Care Through Data Quality Management of Regulatory Reporting of Outcome Measures

Author: Panico, Mary; Hall, Debra; Berman, Regina; Siegel, Barbara

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Introduction

In the fourth quarter of 2002, regulatory agencies began to align their initiatives driven by the National Quality Forum (NQF) evidenced-based measures, which drove the CMS 7 th Scope of Work. Project designs were to address morbidity and mortality of high-risk and high-vari....

Registries and Networks in Healthcare

Author: Wiedemann, Lou Ann

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 15, 2004

Introduction

Trauma registry is a relatively new development in the US when compared to other countries such as New Zealand. Many states, such as Oklahoma, has had a trauma registry reporting system for less than five years. During that time, Oklahoma has made this a mandatory reporting....

Quality at the Core

Author: Zender, Anne

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2002


Is your hospital getting ready for the Joint Commission’s core measures project? Some hospitals are already transmitting the necessary data as part of the pilot project. Here’s how they are handling the challenges and deriving benefits.
If you’re an HIM director, you prob....

Resolving Confidentiality Barriers in Research Data Collection

Author: Houser, Shannon H.; Engle, Molly; Schumacher, Joseph E; Caldwell, Ellen; Kohler, Connie L; Phelan, Sharon T; Raczynski, James M; Reynolds, Kim D

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2000


How can HIM professionals ensure data collection consistency without access to earlier records? When protecting patient anonymity posed a challenge in a research study, HIM professionals took a team approach to abstracting records that maintained quality without compromising confidentiality.

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