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Coding on the Home Front

Author: Zeisset, Ann M.

Source: Journal of AHIMA - Coding Notes

Publication Date: April 2002


Recently, a group of coders participated in a survey about their day-to-day experiences as remote, or at-home coders. The survey asked a series of questions related to the positives and negatives of coding at home versus coding in the more traditional office setting. Below is a summary of the....

When Change is the Constant: Tips for Creating a Change-friendly Staff

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Source: AHIMA Advantage

Publication Date: March 2002


The only constant is change, it is often said, and if you're like many HIM professionals, you can attest to that. New technology, revised regulations, and the seemingly continual restructuring of the healthcare system itself keep raising the bar for managers and staff alike--and can make learni....

HIM Front and Center: Work Force Study to Put Profession in Spotlight

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Source: AHIMA Advantage

Publication Date: March 2002


What will the HIM profession look like in years to come? Thanks to a far-reaching study launched by AHIMA, that question may one day be easier to answer.

In January, AHIMA announced the beginning of a major study that will provide crucial information about the current and future HIM....

Mergers and Acquisitions: They Could Happen to You

Author: Pinder, Ray

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2002


If you have never been involved in a merger or acquisition, be aware that it could happen to you. There is important information you need to know, including what steps to take to process medical records according to your state regulations, accreditation standards, payer requirements, condition....

Ten Tips for Tackling a Tight Labor Market

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Source: AHIMA Advantage

Publication Date: February 2002


It's Monday morning and you're dreading the seemingly endless "To Do" list waiting on your desk. You have two open coding positions and piles of backlogged work sitting at the workstations of your best people, who are beginning to show the strain. If anyone calls in sick today, you'll....

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