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Health Information Management

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This activity will review concepts associated with Health Information Mangement

Created Date 11.07.16
Last Updated 11.08.16
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  • injury caused by medical management rather than underlying condition of patient
  • Proved by either a signature, initials or computer keystroke verifying information as correct
  • encoded; converted from one system of communication to another
  • error is caught or corrected before it affects the patient
  • taking place in the hospital
  • Activites designed to increase quality of a product or service
  • unexpected occurrences involving death or serious physical or psychological injury or the risk thereof
  • organization that supports health information personnel by offering certification in management, coding , etc
  • information in the actual medical record
  • generated reports from the information in the medical record
  • synonymous with accuracy
  • pertains to the degree to which information in the database can be trusted
  • 'if it isint documented, it didint happen'
  • being able to interpret the data in the healthcare record
  • entering data into the database or chart as soon as it is available
  • having significant and demonstrable bearing on the matter at hand
  • an advantage of a computer-based patient record is that it can be viewed by more than one user aka
  • firewalls, encryption, passwords are all examples of this to keep patient confidential
  • many statutes are in place to regulate medical records this is an example of its
  • an activity performed to ensure quality assurance
  • obligatory tasks that arise from ones position
  • failure to perform duty
  • directly leading to
  • resulting from lack of action or inappropriate action