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Full Tilt Into the Future
As anyone in the profession can attest, the HIM landscape is undergoing unprecedented change. What lies in store for newcomers and veterans alike?

Featured Articles

Keeping Tabs on Data
Medical Transcription: Still Room In-House
The Promise of Predictive Analytics

Web Exclusives (view archive)
• The Moral Imperative Behind Health Care M&A
• ‘Smart Pilots’: Digital Health Tools Transform Health Care

News (view archive)

• Can ‘Smart Toilets’ Be the Next Health Data Wellspring?

• New AI Model Tries to Synthesize Patient Data Like Doctors Do

• New Research Intensifies AMA’s Call for Improved EHR Usability

• Texas HHS Commission Penalized $1.6M for HIPAA Violations

• Google’s Health Plans Slowly Being Revealed

Blog Speak

The EMR Has Changed the Doctor-Patient Duet Into a Ménage-à-trois

Heard at AHIMA 2019: Penn Medicine’s Journey to Enterprisewide Disclosure Management

National HIT Week Reflections

Spotlight on Artificial Intelligence  

Artificial Intelligence Forges a Path
in Health Care

Deidentification Done Right

Artificial vs True Intelligence

By the Numbers

85 

This percentage of health care providers agrees that in the future, most patients will not require an in-person physician evaluation, according to the Mortenson Leadership Series Healthcare Study. By 2021, 88% say virtual doctor visits will be common and 82% believe unmanned self-serve health kiosks will be common.

Quick Code

Coding for Salpingo-Oophorectomy, Versus Diagnoses, and Community-Acquired Pneumonia

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