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Managing a Data Dictionary (2016 update) - Retired

Author: Davoudi, Sion; Flanigan, Jill; Houser, Shannon H.; Kadlec, Lesley; Kirby, Annessa; VanSlyke, Daniel; Wendicke, Annemarie

Source: AHIMA practice brief

Publication Date: December 2016


This update supplants the 2012 practice brief “Managing a Data Dictionary.”


As healthcare organizations move to the electronic environment, the large volume and complexity of data collected is growing at unprecedented rates. While access to data has the potential to en....

Survey of State Health Information Exchanges Regarding Inclusion of Continuity of Care Documents for Long-Term Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Patient Assessment

Author: Hassol, Andrea; Goodman, Laura; Younkin, Jim; Honicker, Mary; Chaundy, Kimberly; Walker, James M

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: October 2014


Abstract


Objectives: This study aimed to measure awareness and interest among state health information exchanges (HIEs) in a tool that translates long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) patient assessment information to a Continuity of Care Document (CCD) format for sharing; whether any....

Giving Raw Data a Chance to Talk: A Demonstration of Exploratory Visual Analytics with a Pediatric Research Database Using Microsoft Live Labs Pivot to Promote Cohort Discovery, Research, and Quality Assessment

Author: Viangteeravat, Teeradache; Rao Nagisetty, Naga Satya V

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: January 2014


Abstract


Secondary use of large and open data sets provides researchers with an opportunity to address high-impact questions that would otherwise be prohibitively expensive and time consuming to study. Despite the availability of data, generating hypotheses from huge data sets i....

New Guidance for Home Health Coding

Author: Blevins, Ida K.

Source: Journal of AHIMA - Coding Notes

Publication Date: July 2009


Sweeping PPS changes for home health went into effect January 2008, making much of the prior coding guidance issued by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) incompatible with changes in the revised data collection set. Home health coding professionals anxiously awaited further i....

From Free Text to Continuity of Care Record: Resolving the Semantic Interoperability Dilemma with Natural Language Understanding Tools

Author: Casella dos Santos, Mariana; Doyle, Karen; Flanagan, James R.

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 10, 2007

Abstract

The continuity of care document (CCD) is an enabling technology that assures interoperability among RHIOS, IDNs, physician practices, and consultants down the street. The ASTM continuity of care record (CCR) answers the need for a transportable set of basic patient information ab....

Unraveling the Data Set, an e-HIM Essential

Author: Giannangelo, Kathy

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2007


There is a great deal of talk about healthcare data and its potential uses once providers have implemented an EHR system. Without question, an EHR will collect more data in terms of volume. It will also, through standard clinical terminologies, capture a more granular level of detail. Th....

Unwrapping Data Standards

Author: Rollins, Gina

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2007


Data content standards affect a wide range of day-to-day HIM work. Here’s what you need to know.
They may sound like they belong up in the IT stratosphere, but data content standards-or the lack of them-affect a wide range of day-to-day HIM work right here on....

When the Doctor Calls: Opportunities in Ambulatory Care

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA Advantage

Publication Date: August 2005


It wasn't too long ago that physicians could hire a file clerk to handle simple filing tasks and doctors themselves decided how patients could view their records. But today doctors' information needs are much more complex.
Just look at how many credentialed HIM professionals are bringing....

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