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Employee Confidentiality Training for the Electronic Health Record: A Systematic Review of Literature

Author: VanderMolen, Julia; Prince, Alesha; Neu, Emily; DeKraker, Rachael

Source: Educational Perspectives in Health Informatics and Information Management

Publication Date: October 2015


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Introduction: The healthcare industry is an ever-changing field, and in recent years, the introduction of the electronic health record (EHR) has enabled hospitals to store and retrieve detailed patient information for use by healthcare providers, and sometimes patients, d....

E-health

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Source: AHIMA bibliography

Publication Date: 2001


Looking for information on E-health? Here are resources on telemedicine, e-commerce and HIM, Web-based patient record systems and more, including AHIMA's Recommendations to Ensure Privacy & Quality of Personal Health Information on the Internet.

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E-assistance for Coding Professionals

Author: Uppena, Mary

Source: Journal of AHIMA - Coding Notes

Publication Date: September 2001




Is the Web a part of your work day? Make sure it is. From purchasing products to distance learning to online coding, coding professionals can find all kinds of resources online to meet their needs.

A Look at the Future

In a recent survey, health system CEOs were ask....

Developing Cyberseals of Approval

Author: Hughes, Gwen

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: September 2001




According to a recent study by marketing technology company Cyber Dialogue, consumer demand for healthcare content has reached an estimated 36.7 million adults. The study projects that by 2005, 88.5 million adults will use the Internet to find health information, shop for health produ....

Data Usage and Quality (rev.)

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Source: AHIMA bibliography

Publication Date: 2001


A key to the future success and perhaps even the survival of healthcare organizations is their ability to maximize their most valuable asset: data. The Gartner Group, a national research organization, predicts that by 2003, only 20 percent of healthcare organizations will be able to deliver tim....

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