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Why DIY Is Risky For Core Measures Data Abstraction When Your Staff Is Already Overloaded

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Mar 1, 2018 9:03:00 AM

When it comes to core measures data abstraction, does your hospital have staff dedicated to the task and the time and organizational commitment to training and staying abreast of manual changes?

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Topics: core measures abstraction, data abstraction, core measures

Double-Take: When Your Reports Show 'Pregnant Men and Smoking  Babies'

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Nov 20, 2017 10:50:15 AM

In the age of value-based care, accurate, clean, and complete data analytics has never been more important for provider payments and population health.

A misplaced or overlooked checkmark on a patient’s chart and electronic health record can create a cascade of consequences, not just for that patient but also for the physician or health system’s reimbursements. That possibility was among the topics of a recent, humorously-titled article, “Are Your Reports Showing Pregnant Men and Smoking Babies,” appearing in the online edition of Health IT Outcomes. Read the article here.

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Topics: registry abstraction, value-based care, population health, data abstraction

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