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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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Web Exclusives (view archive)
• How the Health Care Industry Battles Physician Burnout With Computer Literacy
• Delivering on the Promise of Interoperability With the Patient Access API

News (view archive)

• 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

Blog Speak

Using Health IT Integration to Address the Drug Overdose Crisis

IT in Health Care Has Produced Modest Changes — So Far

Cerner President Muses on the EHR’s Future

Spotlight on Release of Information 

ROI Processes Adapt to a New World

Get Compliance Efforts in Line

Keep Pace With Disclosure Management Changes

By the Numbers


JAMA Network Open cross-sectional study found that female physicians are more likely to experience doctor burnout because they spend this many more minutes on EHRs each day than their male counterparts. Researchers examined EHR data from 2018 to 2019 for 318 physicians (194 male and 124 female) in a New England ambulatory practice network.

Quick Code

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