Social media platforms have contributed to a transformed landscape, and as such, information governance policies need to address this, according to presenters in the closing session of the National Conference on Managing Electronic Records Wednesday.
Where will information governance be in 202, and what will it look like? Panelists tackled this question in Wednesday’s closing keynote session of the National Conference on Managing Electronic Records, “20/20 Vision on Information Governance 2020.”
Health information management professionals can rest a little easier knowing that they aren’t alone in their struggle to implement information governance initiatives. That message was abundantly clear Monday at the National Conference on Managing Electronic Records in Chicago, sponsored by Cohasset Associates.
With telehealth services set to become a force in healthcare, stakeholders in the burgeoning market are pushing lawmakers and healthcare groups to set some ground rules and formalize reimbursement processes.
Since the 2013 publication of the Omnibus Final Rule, breaches of all sizes involving various types of protected health information (PHI) have affected the healthcare industry. AHIMA recently published a comprehensive collection of resources and best practices to help healthcare organizations and HIM professionals navigate their way through the HIPAA breach notification rule and the overall breach management process.