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Overview of Health IT Standards

Author: Orlova, Anna

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2015



Health IT Standardization is the process of agreeing on standards that allow electronic exchange of data, information, and knowledge between disparate data systems. The goals of standardization are to achieve comparability, compatibility, and interoperability between independent systems; t....

Achieving Health Information Systems Interoperability

Author: Orlova, Anna

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2015



With the growing adoption of health information technology (HIT), interoperability—or the sharing of data between systems—has become a topic that everybody in healthcare is talking about. Interoperability impacts every stakeholder in healthcare with each individual party involv....

Standardization of Standards

Author: Orlova, Anna

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2015



In 1898 Yale University graduate Charles Dudley, PhD, looked for a solution to the seemingly intractable problem of building a consensus on standards for industrial materials used on the Pennsylvania Railroad. To sooth the antagonistic attitudes that marred relationships between the Penns....

Applying Legal Holds to Electronic Records

Author: Nunn, Sandra L.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2008


Historically, applying a legal hold has been a straightforward process for the HIM professional in charge of release of information. When a record consisted of a file folder whose content was a structured set of paper documents, sequestering a medical record was as simple as pulling and outgui....

Risk-Based MPI Management

Author: Nunn, Sandra L.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2008


Meticulous management of the master patient index (MPI) has always been a mission-critical data integrity function for HIM professionals. One advantage of having credentialed health information staff manage the index is their dual knowledge of the multiple legal dimensions of the MPI and their....

Enterprise Content Management from the Ground Up

Author: Nunn, Sandra L.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2008


How a project that began with 50 policies and procedures critical to Joint Commission standards is growing into a content management system encompassing thousands of documents from across an organization.
Optimally healthcare organizations should arrive at an enterprise content management....

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