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Has MU Gone Up in Smoke?
The complaints and concerns have been coming fast and furious for the beleaguered incentive program.

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Chart Amendments Pose HIM Challenges
The Cost of Doing ROI Business
EHR Patient Safety Concerns Mount

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• NPR Poll Finds Consumers Aren't Fretting Over Medical Data Privacy

• CMS Creates New Chief Data Officer Post

• Superior Global Solutions, Medwrite Join iMedX Fold

• Free Documentation Templates Help Diagnose Flu

• Two NY HIEs Merge as State Works Toward Statewide Exchange

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A Tale of Meaningful Use Injustice

Your EHR May Lack Vital Information

Why EMRs Won't Prevent the Spread of Ebola

Spotlight on Clinical Documentation Improvement

CDI: It’s Not Just for CCs Anymore

Inside the Documentation Pressure Cooker

Terms of Engagement

By the Numbers

31.6 Million

Since 2009, when Health and Human Services began keeping track, more than this number of people—roughly 10% of the population of the United States—have had their medical records exposed due to hacking, theft, or some other unauthorized means.

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