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Cover Story

DRG Mismatches
When discrepancies occur, the ensuing reconciliation process serves as a prime opportunity to educate clinical documentation improvement and coding staffs.

Featured Articles

Harnessing Data
EHRs Still Burden Physicians
Time to Shake Up PEPPER?

Web Exclusives (view archive)
• Three Ways Health Plans Can Improve Risk Score Accuracy
• It Pays to See the Revenue Cycle Through Your Patients' Eyes

News (view archive)

• Walgreen's, Microsoft Announce Partnership

• Apple Health Off to Good Start at UC San Diego Health

• 3 Ways to Make EHRs Less Time-Consuming for Physicians

• Indiana Health Care Group Hit by Third-Party Data Breach

• Most US Patients Not Using Online Medical Portals

Blog Speak

AHIMA and AMIA Call for Better
Patient Access to Health Information
in Congressional Briefing

3 EHR Information-Blocking Tactics
That Can Harm Patients

Who Should Profit From the Sale
of Patient Data?

Spotlight on Education  

Credentials: Valuable or Alphabet Soup?

A Skills Evolution

Education Initiatives Keep Pace
With the Dynamic HIT Landscape

By the Numbers


According to a Rock Health survey, this percentage of respondents who paid out of pocket for live video telemedicine said they were "extremely satisfied" with the experience vs 30% for those who did not pay out of pocket. Respondents were also more likely to be satisfied with their video telemedicine visit if they had a prior in-person visit with the provider (92%) than if they did not (53%).

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Skilled Nursing Facilities Face Payment Changes