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Vol. 86, no. 11

 


Reformatting Healthcare through Standards

AHIMA is building a standards strategy to improve interoperability and healthcare

 


In the Issue

Features

Reformatting Healthcare through Standards” by Mary Butler

“How to Use Relational Databases” by Diane Dolezal, MSCS, RHIA

“Can EHRs Handle Genomics Data?” by Daniel DuBravec, CHTS, CEHRS

“Four Applications of C-CDA to Consider” by Steve Bonney

Working Smart

“Cybersecurity 101” by Susan Lucci, RHIA, CHPS, CHDS, AHDI-F, and Thomas R. Walsh, CISSP

“The ‘Ins’ and ‘Outs’ of Data Conversions” by Nathan Patrick Taylor, MPH, MS, CHDA

“Building Interoperability Standards and Ensuring Patient Safety” by Michael Glickman, MSE; Todd Cooper; and Anna Orlova, PhD

“Drafting a Blueprint for Information Governance” by Lynette Czarkowski, MS, RHIA, FAHIMA, and Jill S. Clark, MBA, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA

Practice Brief

Information Governance Offers a Strategic Approach for Healthcare (Updated)

Coding Notes

“Don’t Let Preventable CPT Coding Mistakes Cause Heartburn” by Crystal Clack, MS, RHIA, CCS

“ICD-10 Moves Healthcare One Step Closer to Improved Documentation” by Karen Diop, RN, CDIP

Past Articles

Print articles from the current issue back to 1998 are available in the AHIMA Body of Knowledge. (Full access requires member log in, but some articles are available for public viewing.)

1 Comment

  1. Hello,
    I am trying to meet the CEU requirement for ICD-10 to renew my RHIT credential.
    As I looked at the list of articles online, when I pulled one article at a time,
    I did not see: how many CEUs would I earn and which domain it was.

    I also didn’t realize that coding would fall under Clinical Data Management.
    So I only need 3 to go.

    Unless I actually pulled up the Journal of AHIMA magazine online, I’d see the
    real article AND the yellow bar at the end telling me CEU and Domain.
    I think it should also be online before I select and pay for it without knowing
    what I’m getting.

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