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Preventing Stress, Avoiding Burnout
Coders may find it hard to believe, but it is possible for coding departments to be tension-free.

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Next-Generation Patient Recruitment for Clinical Trials
Is It Possible to Curtail Copy and Paste?
Prioritize Documentation Backup Plans


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Interoperability Standards Are Essential, and Someone Has to Create Them

Usability Is Key to Unlocking HIT's Full Potential

ICD-10 Back-to-School Showdown: Rhinovirus vs Enterovirus

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Gain Insight With Predictive Analytics

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The Evolution of Personalized Cancer Care

By the Numbers

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EHR downtime events pose patient safety hazards, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. From a database of 80,381 event reports, researchers identified this number of reports as explicitly describing a safety event associated with an EHR downtime period. Incidents commonly involved patient identification and communication of clinical information. 

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