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Word Power: a Glossary of Software Licensing Terms

Author: AHIMA

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2006


This Software license agreement is entered into by and between Sample Software, Inc, a Delaware corporation with principal offices located at 100 Maple Lane, Chicago, Illinois 60601 ("Sample") and _________________, a corporation with principal offices located at ________________ ("Licensee") a....

On the Line

Author: Hjort, Beth M.

Source: AHIMA Q and A | Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2004


Q: Please explain the new Joint Commission requirement for “do not use” abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols. Does this mean that the abbreviation list requirement is being reinstated?

A: Standards have not required an approved list since 1991. IM.3 does require standard....

Advances in Burn Reconstruction Complicate Coding: Get Familiar with Terminology, Techniques for Accurate Coding

Author: Erhardt, Walter L.; Medal, Diana

Source: Journal of AHIMA - Coding Notes

Publication Date: September 2003


Recent advances in the science of wound healing are making an impact on the treatment of burns. This is particularly evident not only in the way burn wounds are being managed initially, but also in how these wounds are being reconstructed. While these scientific advances make this field an exc....

Group Health Plan's Glossary

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Source: AHIMA web extra

Publication Date: March 02, 2003


Administrative requirements of the privacy rule include those to have personnel designations, training, safeguards, complaint handling, sanctions, mitigation of harm, and current policies and procedures. These are not required if only summary information is exchanged between the GHP and plan sp....

Web FAQ

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: October 2002

What guidance is available for determining an organization's definition of "attending physician" or "physician of record"?
The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare adopted the UHDDS (Uniform Hospital Discharge Data Set) as department policy for Medicare and Medicaid patient populations....

Journal Q&A (5/02)

Author: AHIMA Staff

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: May 02, 2002

Q: Is there a standard or recommended source for abbreviations used in medical records?


A: There is no standard or recommended abbreviation list. Because of service and style variation, healthcare organizations are encouraged to create their own customized list. An optimal approach....

Journal Q&A (11/01)

Author: AHIMA Staff

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: November 02, 2001


Q: Where can I find an easy-to-use glossary for terms in the HIPAA regulations?


A: The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) has compiled an alphabetic glossary of HIPAA terms and definitions. It is approximately 24 pages long and can be downloaded from the WEDI Web sit....

Building a Better CPT

Author: Prophet, Sue

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: November 2000


The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) presents numerous challenges to HIM processes and systems. Not least among these areas is coding. Among the concerns is whether the CPT system will be sufficient to meet the demands of HIPAA. The American Med....

Journal Q&A (11/00)

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: November 02, 2000

Q: My facility wants to adopt or modify an existing abbreviation list rather than develop its own. Where can I locate such a list?
A: If you work in a community where the physicians practice at more than one facility, it would be ideal if those facilities shared a common abbreviation....

Journal Q&A (7/00)

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: July 02, 2000

Q: What is a good source for looking up Internet-related terms?
A: One of the quickest and least expensive ways to look up an unfamiliar Internet term is by doing a search at www.whatis.com.

In addition to explaining terms such as "cookie" and "ISP," ....

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