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Key Points of the UB-04 (2010 update)

Author: AHIMA Clinical Terminology and Classification Practice Council; Garrett, Gail S.; Jorwic, Therese M; Novak, Natalie; Ruhnau-Gee, Becky; Safian, Shelly C; Zeisset, Ann M.

Source: AHIMA practice brief

Publication Date: April 2010


Editor’s note: This update replaces the October 2006 practice brief “Key Points of the UB-04.”

In 2005 the National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC) approved the Uniform Bill (UB-04) paper claim and data set as the replacement to the UB-92 paper form.1 Currently, all paper claims must....

Electronic Signature, Attestation, and Authorship. Appendix A: HL7 EHR-System Records Management and Evidentiary Support (RM-ES) Functional Profile Standard Excerpt (2009 update)

Author: AHIMA e-HIM Work Group: Best Practices for Electronic Signature and Attestation

Source: AHIMA practice brief attachment

Publication Date: November 2009


The records management and evidentiary support functional profile standard is a subset of functions and conformance criteria from the HL7 EHR-S Functional Model standard. The standard was created specifically to address requirements and criteria for basic record management functionality in EHR....

ICD-10-CM/PCS Project Management Resources

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA practice brief attachment

Publication Date: October 2009


This practice brief has been retired. It is made available for historical purposes only.



Transitioning to ICD-10-CM/PCS will be a major undertaking for healthcare organizations. Below are ICD-10-CM/PCS project management resources and templates that organizations can use to h....

Management Practices for the Release of Information

Author: Bock, Linda J.; Demster, Barbara; Dinh, Angela K.; Gorton, Elisa R.; Lantis, James R. Jr.

Source: AHIMA practice brief | Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: November 2008


Exchange of health information is an essential function to the provision of high-quality and cost-effective healthcare. The information should be complete and timely for its intended purpose. While this sounds straightforward, often it is not an easy task in the complex medical and legal envir....

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