Monthly Archives: November 2011

Wav files – Patient encounters with no editing?

In my travels around the state and national AHIMA shows over the last several years I’ve spoken to a number of technology company executives, being interested in their take on where technology is going in healthcare administration. Speaking with a … Continue reading

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Congress and our EHR incentives – Part 2

Last month, I wrote about the Congressional supercommittee’s plan to slash the budgetby $1.2 trillion and my concern that EHR incentives would be cut as part of the deal. Well, today is the deadline for the committee to do something, … Continue reading

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Passwords: Change is good

Most people are creatures of habit. We get up at the same time each day. We take the same route to and from work. We have certain activities that we do on certain days. To put it bluntly, we are … Continue reading

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Project management – what are those steps?

When I last wrote about project management I spoke about how to start organizing the steps in a project.  The real question is: how do you figure out what steps you need? If you are lucky, you may be running … Continue reading

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