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Are Auditors Playing Fair?
Experts offer advice on how health care organizations can avoid abuse from contractors and payers.

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Health Data Without Wisdom Is a Spreadsheet

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Risk Adjustment Creates Challenges

Documenting Death

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By the Numbers


According to data from the Office for Civil Rights, there were this number of breached paper or film records reported in April, comprising 80% of the 757,344 breached paper or film records reported in the first half of 2018 and making April the biggest month for paper record breaches so far this year. 

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How to Code Breast Ultrasound and Ultrasound Guided Biopsy Performed as Separate Encounters on the Same Date

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