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Leveraging Data to Improve Cost and Quality of Care

Author: Kennedy, Angela

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2013



The demands of the complex and ever-growing technology-based healthcare industry have created a sense of economic urgency. The competitive environment is driving organizations toward stronger accountability and a culture of high performance. The healthcare industry is shifting from volume-....

Making Data Smart: Practical Informatics is Helping Transform Data into Health Intelligence, and Now Moving into Day-to-day HIM Work

Author: Crawford, Mark

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2014



Health informatics is often considered to be an advanced level of health information management (HIM). It’s also in high demand—in addition to handling, storing, and retrieving health data more HIM professionals are getting involved in the decision-making process regarding what types of i....

Making Health Data Elegant

Author: Moschel, Matthew

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2015



Too often, data analysts make life difficult for themselves. An analyst may produce code that is much longer and more complicated than it needs to be, causing a coworker to re-run code for several hours, not including the execute time. Why? These challenges stem from three root sources of....

Making Sense of Your Relative Value Data

Author: Kuehn, Lynn

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: September 26, 2010

Introduction

The U.S. healthcare system is reimbursed by federal programs using a variety of different reimbursement methodologies, mainly based on units of service and a relative weight system for those units of service. The Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) is based on the Resourc....

Managing Care, Managing Change, Managing Information

Author: Dunham, Larry

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 1998


Under managed care, information is often required on a longitudinal—not an episodic—basis. As a result, we need to rethink our approach to data storage and use. The author identifies ways to look at the demand for data in a managed care environment and shows how process as....

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