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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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Spotlight on Telemedicine 

Integrating Telemedicine Into ICU and ED Workflows

Telemedicine: Health Care’s New Documentation Paradigm

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By the Numbers

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According to Sage Growth Partners’ Market Report on Data Analytics, only this percentage of health care organization executives fully trust the data they rely on to make decisions. More than one-half stated that poor data quality has serious consequences and can lead to ineffective or slow decision making (53%) and the inability to identify gaps in care (50%).

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