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Big Tech Companies Cast Large Shadow in Health Care
New technology from Amazon and others looms over the documentation sector. What will be its long-term impact on hospital decision makers and HIM processes?

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SDoH: Behind the Buzz Is Real Potential
Records for Ransom
Can AI Turn the Corner Into Clinical Settings?

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• AHIMA Develops Tools to Help Clinical Documentation Integrity Professionals During COVID-19

• CMS Publishes MS-DRG Information for COVID-19 and Relaxes Other Regulations

• AMA Announces New CPT Guidance During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Calling All COVID-19 HIT Projects

Why Privacy Under HIPAA Can Be Harmful for Rare Disease Patients

What You Need to Know About the New ONC & CMS Health Care Interoperability and Information Blocking Rules

Spotlight on Data Analytics

Tools for Tough Decisions: Analytics
in Palliative Care

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Harnessing Data

By the Numbers


The average downtime from a ransomware attack increased from 12.1 days in the third quarter of 2019 to this number of days in the fourth quarter, due to an increase in attacks on large enterprises, which have complex systems that take much longer to restore, according to a Coveware report.

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E/M Changes Afoot

New Code for COVID-19

COVID-19 ICD-10-CM Coding FAQs