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CDI Makes Its Mark
While clinical documentation improvement projects enjoy success, organizations must be careful not to spread staff too thin.

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• Recording Artists
• What a Patient Wants
• Marrying Voice and Text Within the EHR

Web Exclusives (view archive)
• The Problem-Oriented Medical Record: Building a Pathway Back to the Joy of Practice
• Three Benefits of eHealth in the Workplace

News (view archive)

• AMA Announces New Coding Chair

• With Hospitals 'Drowning in Paperwork,' Patients Look to Internet for Treatment

• The Day "View, Download, and Transmit" Died

• Women's Health Leader Dismayed by Proposed Changes to Meaningful Use Criteria

• Obama Administration Report Slams Digital Health Records

Blog Speak

How to Be an ICD-10 Champion

Do All Physicians Oppose the Transition to ICD-10?

Protecting EHRs From Cyber Attackers Is a Game of Cat and Mouse

Spotlight on Employment

Let Your Résumé Do the Talking

Hospital Schooled

Recruit, Retain, Rejoice

By the Numbers

84

This percentage of providers who participated in the November 2014 round of CMS ICD-10 acknowledgement testing was satisfied with the process, and more than 90% indicated that they saw no payment shifts in their test claims, according to a poll conducted by AAPC.

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• Coding for STDs

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