Inspiring Leadership, Influencing Change
Embarking on the Road of
Why Fax Machines Won’t Die
Getting to Know You
Patient matching efforts gain traction in
industry, but congressional roadblock remains
By Allison Viola, MBA, RHIA
Best practices for managing and
decommissioning legacy systems
By Mary Beth Haugen, MS, RHIA, and Jeff Pelot, MS
Who Reads Their Doctor’s Notes?
Examining the association between
preconceptions and accessing online
By Jared W. Klein, MD, MPH; Sara L. Jackson, MD, MPH; Natalia V.
Oster, MPH; Sue Peacock, BS; Tom Delbanco, MD; Jan Walker, RN,
MBA; and Joann G. Elmore, MD, MPH
The Two Percent Solution: Avoiding
Undercharging and Improving Revenue for
Your Hospital (Sponsored)
By Bess Ann Bredemeyer, BSN, RN, CHC, CHPC, CPC
Shutting down and replacing a legacy electronic health record system
is never as simple as pushing a button. This article offers best practices
gleaned from one provider’s experience.
Vol. 89, no. 1