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Defining the Designated Record Set
Variation in how health care organizations decide which types of records are included in their DRS has led to longstanding inconsistencies and confusion.

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Web Exclusives (view archive)
• Delivering on the Promise of Interoperability With the Patient Access API
• Augmenting the Revenue Cycle Operation in a Post-COVID World

News (view archive)

• Docs: Interoperability Will Be Great, if It Ever Gets Here

• 700,000 Patients Affected by Yuma Regional Medical Center Ransomware Attack

• CHIME and WEDI Launch the “THINK BEFORE YOU CLICK” Campaign

• AMA Announces CPT Update for Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate

• Victim List in EHR Vendor Hack Grows as New Details Emerge

Blog Speak

Cerner President Muses on the EHR’s Future

The STAR HIE Program Shines

HHS’ Strategy Aims to Enable Individuals to Access and Interact With Their Health Data

Spotlight on Patient Safety

Delayed Test Results Impact Continuity of Care

Harm Index Improves Patient Safety

Fine-Tune the Alert Volume

By the Numbers

95

JAMA Network Open study on preventing health care employees from inappropriately accessing patient health information found that e-mail warnings were this percentage effective for reducing repeated offenses. Between 20 and 70 days after the initial unauthorized access, repeated offenses occurred in only 4 out of 219 employees who received e-mail warnings but in 90 out of 225 employees who didn't receive e-mail warnings.

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

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