OCR Change Signals Renewed Privacy Focus for HIM Leaders
Sep22

OCR Change Signals Renewed Privacy Focus for HIM Leaders

The recent defunding of the Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) position by the HHS Office for Civil Rights makes practical sense for the healthcare industry and the national budget. However, with the change come four important privacy strategies for HIM leaders to consider employing at the state, local, and organizational level.

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Digital Health Governance: Management and Strategy for the 21st Century Digital Economy
Aug01

Digital Health Governance: Management and Strategy for the 21st Century Digital Economy

Digital health technologies, solutions, and approaches to decision-making are transforming the delivery of healthcare, reshaping patient (and health consumer) expectations, and presenting health plans, health systems, informatics companies, and other stakeholders with a dizzying array of digital health solutions and products.

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Video: Mobile Health, Mobile Data
Aug01

Video: Mobile Health, Mobile Data

In certain neighborhoods and communities in Chicago and surrounding suburbs, pediatric access to primary care is not a certainty for thousands of pre-K to high school-age children.

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Key AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator Updates and Strategies for Review [Sponsored]
Jul28

Key AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator Updates and Strategies for Review [Sponsored]

AHRQ’s PSIs, now in their sixth iteration, found an immediate home in a healthcare system struggling to measure and manage quality improvement.

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Slideshow: Revive Your CDI Program in Five Steps
Jul01

Slideshow: Revive Your CDI Program in Five Steps

In this CDI Summit preview, a presenter from the July 31 to August 1 conference offers tips for refreshing an existing CDI program.

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Third Parties and Your Health Data: What’s the Fine Print?
Jul01

Third Parties and Your Health Data: What’s the Fine Print?

Third parties are getting increasingly involved with consumer health data. But all of these technologies require the exchange of sensitive information—the protection of which consumers frequently overlook when they sign up for these online services and devices.

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