The Cures Act gives patients unprecedented power over their own health data. HIM professionals will play a big part in helping consumers wield it responsibly and securely.
In the Issue
- “There’s an API for That” By Debra Primeau, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA, and Jaime James, MHA, RHIA
- “The Impact of COVID-19 on Health Information Management” By David T. Marc, PhD, CHDA; Matthew Blow, BS; and Shauna Overgaard, PhD
- “Four Predictions about Health Data Management in a Post-Pandemic World” By Joe Nicholson, DO
- “Four Reasons to Recapture Compliance in 2021” By Gerry Blass and Helen Oscislawski, Esq.
- “Evaluation and Management in 2021: What every HIM Professional Needs to Know (Part 2)” By G. Elizbeth Wilson, MA, RHIA, CCS, CDIP, CPC, CRC, CEMC, CPMA, CPCO, CHC
- “Lessons Learned During the Pandemic” By Laurie M. Johnson, MS, RHIA, FAHIMA, and Lynn A. Wall, MBA, RHIT, CCS, CDIP
- “Is Case Mix Index Still a Relevant Key Performance Indicator?” By Cheryl Ericson, RN, MS, CCDS, CDIP
- “Highlights of the 2021 CPT Code Updates” By Leigh Poland, RHIA, CCS
- “2021 OPPS Overview/Update” By Cari Greenwood, RHIA, CCS, CPC
Voices in HIM
- “Kindness as a Leadership Principle” By Rebecca Harmon, MPM, RHIA, CCA
- “Implementing Computer-Assisted Coding at Sarasota Memorial Health Care System” By George Redd-Hachey, MSML, CCS, CCDS, CHDA, CHPS
Everyday HIM (Profile)
- CEO’s Message
- President’s Message
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