Monthly Archives: November 2013

Help me help you

Everybody is good at something.  My thing just happens to be computers.  I have friends that get frustrated when they are unable to install or operate some new program right away even when it comes easy to me.  I explain … Continue reading

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An apple a day plus $2,000 a year — for another year

About a year ago, I wrote about my wife’s decision to join a “concierge service” physician practice where you pay a couple thousand dollars a year to choose one of their doctors as your primary care physician. It was a … Continue reading

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AHIMA update: ICD-10 fuels rising interest in transcription

I just returned from the 85thannual AHIMA convention, held this year in Atlanta. It is always valuable to connection with colleagues and clients alike at the convention and this year proved to be no exception. What was of particular interest … Continue reading

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Follow your own policies

Recently I was lucky enough to attend AHIMA’s annual Privacy Institute where I was able to listen to many fabulous speakers. One session really hit home with me and made me think. It was a discussion about whether we were … Continue reading

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