You’ve Been Served: What Might Happen When Responding to a Subpoena
Mar12

You’ve Been Served: What Might Happen When Responding to a Subpoena

Legal consequences flow from the use or abuse of EHR. This monthly column presents examples of what those consequences can be.

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Coding Saint Patrick’s Day
Mar11

Coding Saint Patrick’s Day

Tune in to this monthly online coding column to learn from AHIMA’s coding experts about challenging areas and documentation opportunities for ICD-10-CM/PCS.

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Medical Society Joins Chicago Tech Incubator

The American Medical Association (AMA) has opened a lab within a Chicago healthcare technology incubator where it’s aiming to improve patient-physician encounters and preventive care.

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Texas Nurse Sues Hospital Over Privacy, Other Violations in Ebola Case

One of the nurses who treated the first patient to die of Ebola in the US is suing the hospital where she worked, alleging they violated her privacy. Her attorney told press that the hospital used her as a “PR pawn,” despite her requests for her information to be kept private.

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March 2015
Mar01

March 2015

HIM working in the spotlight to solve common EHR issues

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