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Knowledge Management: Finding the Golden Nuggets

Author: Rhodes, Harry B.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2001


We live in the so-called Information Age, but we should actually refer to it as the Data Age. As a nation, we are data rich and information poor.

The dilemma of holding large amounts of valuable data but little useful information is not unique to healthcare. The inability....

Unwrapping Data Standards

Author: Rollins, Gina

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2007


Data content standards affect a wide range of day-to-day HIM work. Here’s what you need to know.
They may sound like they belong up in the IT stratosphere, but data content standards-or the lack of them-affect a wide range of day-to-day HIM work right here on....

Weaving Together a Healthcare Improvement Tapestry: Learning Health System Brings Together Health IT Data Stakeholders to Share Knowledge and Improve Health

Author: Rubin, Joshua C; Friedman, Charles P

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2014



As the “Vision” section of AHIMA’s website states, AHIMA aims to “lead the advancement and ethical use of quality health information to promote health and wellness worldwide.” In many ways, the Learning Health System’s (LHS) overarching vision represents....

Enhancing Patient Care through Data Analysis

Author: Spencer, Gregory

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2010


Healthcare organizations, just like individuals, can suffer from information overload. Increasingly tasked with linking quality data to reimbursement parameters, providers now attempt to capture every piece of possible data.

The problem is that data collection has a price tag. Someti....

Informatics in Managed Care: HIM Adds Value to Data

Author: Stratton, Scott D.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2001

The third installment of the Journal of AHIMA’s special series on managed care focuses on informatics-methods that add value to data, turning it into useful information. How do informatics and managed care fit together, and what is HIM’s role in this picture?

The HIM professional’s knowl....

Using MedPAR Data as a Measure of Urinary Tract Infection Rates: Implications for the Medicare Inpatient DRG Payment System

Author: Stringham, Jerry; Young, Nancy

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: December 2005


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A valuable metric of hospital performance is the rate of nosocomial infections, particularly urinary tract infections (UTIs). Current measurement techniques are expensive to administer and are not widely available. Determining a measurement index of nosocomial UTI incide....

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