Monthly Archives: August 2014

The new ICD-10 date: Just another line in the sand?

The Department of Health and Human Services has officially given the new deadline for ICD-10 implementation as Oct. 1, 2015. Once upon a time we would not have questioned a delay of this type but after two delays and two … Continue reading

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Stolen laptops yield big fines (again)

Recently there was a story in the news that revealed two different hospital associations had to pay OCR fines of $1,975,220. The fines were due to two unencrypted laptops being stolen. I’m not sure what else we need to read … Continue reading

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Lights, cameras, action!

I love watching movies on my iPad, but I don’t buy movies online to do it. Why should I when I already own the DVD? This blog article will discuss a ways you can use your tablet to watch movies … Continue reading

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Meaningful Use – are you ready?

While the second delay of ICD-10 adoption has given healthcare institutions some breathing space, Meaningful Use 1 and 2 continue to relentlessly march forward. In fact, as anyone working in healthcare IT knows, the pressure is on this year. Meaningful … Continue reading

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