This week we’re talking about concrete changes that have been going on and areas of focus during the transformation. For 2019, AHIMA’s board of directors formulated a strategic plan—mapping out the general direction for the transformation and identifying overall metrics of success.
Last fall, AHIMA announced that it was embarking on an “organizational transformation” to set the association up for a successful future. This week, we’re tackling where we are now in the transformation and the activities we’re working on to guide the process.
A nurse told a local news outlet that she was one of several healthcare workers fired for allegedly improperly viewing the medical records of a high-profile patient, but she says that she did not intentionally seek out the record and simply scrolled by his name while searching for another record.
Last fall, AHIMA announced that it was embarking on an “organizational transformation” to set the association up for a successful future. To help members understand what this transformation will look like, the Journal of AHIMA introduces the first in a series of slideshows to provide an overview of what members can expect to see in coming months, as the organization adapts to a rapidly changing industry.
AHIMA has announced a new alliance with Artifact Health to provide and maintain a comprehensive library of compliant physician query templates that will be utilized within Artifact’s mobile clinical documentation improvement query platform.