Monthly Archives: January 2014

Security checkup – important info for everyone

We’ve talked about some of the basic security items in the past, but here’s a refresher (just in case): · Make sure you use a secure password. There are several techniques, but the basic idea is to make sure it’s … Continue reading

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AMA says technology won’t be ready for ICD-10

In case you missed it, the AMA Wire reported earlier this month that healthcare technology won’t be ready for the ICD-10 deadline on Oct. 1. “While physicians will need upgrades to their software systems to accommodate the new code set, … Continue reading

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ICD-10: (Yet another in the long list of) priorities for hospitals

While delivery of the best patient care is the goal of every healthcare facility, every initiative today inside of hospitals has some component of IT and most are driven by it. Much ground has been covered since the advent of … Continue reading

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Risk analysis – HIPAA’s little black dress

As we start the new year, it’s a good time to start fresh and clean things up. Many of us have gone to the gym and noticed that all the classes are full with everyone working on their resolutions. For … Continue reading

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