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Shoring Up Safe Harbor
Nailing down the exact meaning of “recognized security practices” would help erase confusion about how organizations can qualify for the safe harbor law.

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• Social Scores Are Invading Health Care

• HHS Announces Melanie Fontes Rainer as Director of the Office for Civil Rights

• Patients sue Vermont health center, claim it failed to safeguard their info

• Unsealed Lawsuit Claims 62 Indiana Hospitals, Ciox Health Triggered Fraudulent EHR Incentive Payments

• SSNs, PHI Stolen at Texas Hospital

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Information Blocking: Eight Regulatory Reminders for October 6th

Using Health IT Integration to Address the Drug Overdose Crisis

IT in Health Care Has Produced Modest Changes — So Far

Spotlight on Clinical Documentation Improvement 

Ahead of the Curve

What’s Driving the CDI Resource Crunch?

Busy ED Environment Breeds Documentation Lapses

By the Numbers

90

According to a JAMA Network Open  study, EHR documentation missed this percentage of patient self-reported cannabis use for health reasons, such as anxiety and depression, after 108,950 patients completed a routine cannabis screening and researchers randomly selected 5,000 of these individuals for a confidential survey regarding cannabis use.

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ICD-10-CM Coding Guideline for the Key Word “With”

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