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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

7 Tips: Make Registry Abstraction Less Stressful

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Sep 7, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Looking for strategies to make submitting registry data less of a headache? In the August edition of For The Record, Primaris CEO Rick Royer offered seven tips for developing a less stressful registry reporting process.

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Topics: registry abstraction, data abstraction, electronic health records, EHR

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