Health Information Professional (HIP) Week is here, and we celebrate the tireless contributions they make in the lives of patients and providers alike, especially now during the coronavirus era— a time when, unlike any before, the focus on data is intense. And thanks to the training and education provided by…
Dear Colleague, Please join me in recognizing the outstanding work done every day by dedicated and compassionate Health Information Professionals (HIPs). We here at ICD10monitor, and Talk Ten Tuesdays extend our sincere appreciation to those healthcare workers who toil endlessly at their stations – either on the floor, bedside, or…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE               For more information, please contact: Mike Bittner Media and Communications Manager 312-233-1087 emailProtector.addCloakedMailto("ep_667080ee", 1);emailProtector.addCloakedMailto("ep_38d9b1f0", 1); Health Information Professionals Week Set for April 18-24, 2021 The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) will honor and celebrate health information professionals during the 32nd annual Health Information Professionals…
HIP Week is April 18 Through April 24. Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week will be recognized April 18 through April 24 according to the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).   It has been established that the third week in April will be HIP Week.   The theme of this year’s HIP…
The reliability of the current state of health information is extremely limited. EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. Joseph Nichols is producing a five-part series on healthcare data for ICD10monitor. This is the fifth installment in his exclusive series. This is the last article of the five-part series on “the search for reliable health…
The reliability of the current state of health information is extremely limited. EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. Joseph Nichols is producing a five-part series on healthcare data for ICD10monitor. This is the fourth installment in his exclusive series. This is the fourth in a series of five articles on the search for…
Today, April 7, is World Health Day as proclaimed by the World Health Organization. On World Health Day, we would normally celebrate the advancement of policies to create health, wellness, and economic prosperity that benefits improved health status. Today, however, we live in the midst of a pandemic that is…
The reliability of the current state of health information is extremely limited. EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. Joseph Nichols is producing a five-part series on healthcare data for ICD10monitor. This is the third installment in his exclusive series. This article is focused on that component of the health information domain related to data…
Privacy is the right of an individual to keep oneself and one’s information concealed from unauthorized access and view by others. As the world moves to electronic health records, albeit at varying stages, health data is being used for a wider range of purposes, including improving population health, disease surveillance,…
The reliability of the current state of health information is extremely limited. EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. Joseph Nichols is producing a four-part series on healthcare data for ICD10monitor. This is the first installment in his exclusive series. The healthcare industry has spent an extraordinary amount of time, money, and effort to gather…
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