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"Dog Tags" Make Data Storage Easier

Author: Beck, Catherine A.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2000

One of the newest ways to store medical records isn't available to most HIM departments. For military personnel, the Personal Information Carrier (PIC) or "digital dog tag" is a computer storage medium that can hold some or all of a service member's medical record. Roughly th....

CPT Category III Codes Cover New, Emerging Technologies: New Codes Developed to Address Issues in Light of HIPAA

Author: Beebe, Michael

Source: Journal of AHIMA - Coding Notes

Publication Date: October 2003

In 1998, the American Medical Association (AMA) initiated the CPT-5 Project. This project was a broad-based and comprehensive effort to make needed and practical enhancements to the CPT code set that would address challenges presented by emerging user needs and HIPAA. One of the initiatives tha....

Automated Coding: The Next Step?

Author: Beinborn, Julie

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 1999

Automated coding technology may be key to the evolution of the coding and billing processes. How do these systems work, and how will they change the role of the coder? The author offers a preview.
Technology is changing many aspects of healthcare, and coding is no exception.


Outsourcing ROI: Does it Make Sense for You?

Author: Bellenghi, G. Michael

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2005

Governed by state and federal regulations, release of information (ROI) is a time-consuming and sensitive process. Failure to fulfill requests accurately and on time can have painful ramifications, affecting quality of patient care and prompting irate phone calls and legal action or fines. Not....

Comparative Data--Its Impact and Opportunities

Author: Bellile, Susan K.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 1998

A battle for control of medical management is now being waged among hospitals, managed care plans, insurers, employers, physician groups, and researchers—a battle in which data is the weapon of choice. Cumulative and comparative healthcare information is being used to eva....

Exploring IT Opportunities for HIM Professionals

Author: Benson, Christine L.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2000

Medical records have traditionally housed a patient's health history, but they also hold the statistical information that enables healthcare facilities to determine patient care trends and guides administrators to project future demand of services. As a result, the need for more information,....

Meaningful Use and Clinical Documentation

Author: Benson, Sean

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2011

Little direct attention has been paid to clinical documentation in the context of meaningful use. Discussion and debate instead focused on electronic health records (EHRs), computerized physician order entry, and other health IT systems.

However, the electronic capture and exchange....

HIE Quality Check

Author: Berry, Kate

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2013

Health information exchange (HIE) has great potential to improve healthcare quality while containing costs, something the US health system is under increasing pressure from providers and the federal government to achieve. Benefits of HIE include better care coordination, assurance that pat....

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