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Convention Q&A: Industry Standards: The Big Three Every HIM Professional Should Know and Value

The 2018 AHIMA convention session, “Industry Standards: The Big Three Every HIM Professional Should Know and Value,” will take place Tuesday, September 25 from 3:30-4:15 p.m. in Lincoln Ballroom E-H of the Miami Convention Center. The Journal of AHIMA recently spoke with presenter Cheryl Mason, MSHI, for a preview of her session.

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Tres Teague on HealthcareNOW Radio

The 4th Annual SHIEC Conference in Atlanta GA, August 2018. Director Tres Teague explains Wolters Kluwer’s role in the HIE space. And he shares why data normalization is important for HIEs, Payers, and ACOs.

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SNOMED CT and the EHR: Why Should a HIM Professional Care?

Health information management (HIM) professionals serve as the data stewards of the patient medical record. They are responsible for capturing all necessary information about a patient and managing that information over time. As such, it is vital that these professionals understand how clinical data is captured and stored in the age of electronic health records […]

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Expanding Roles: HIM’s Terminology Management Opportunity

The American Health Information Management Association

Data and documentation in healthcare have become increasingly more complex. The healthcare industry’s push toward greater value means healthcare organizations must have systems in place to support high-level data governance and information sharing. Simply put, there is a lot riding on a healthcare organization’s ability to engage in business intelligence, analytics, quality measurement, population health, […]

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Data gone astray: The missing link to a better bottom line

Becker's Health IT & CIO Review

Clinical documentation drives revenue in the new world of fee-for-value care delivery. Fully extracting “value” for the bottom line requires that healthcare organizations have systems in place to ensure all appropriate clinical data is captured and used for analytics and quality metrics reporting. Yet, the reality is that many organizations are simply leaving money on […]

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Reference Data Management

Healthcare Financial Management Association

Brian Levy, MD, vice president of global clinical operations and product management for Wolters Kluwer Health, discusses reference data and the challenges healthcare systems face in handling them.

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Realizing the Value of Unstructured Data: Five Ways to Leverage NLP to Boost Outcomes and the Bottom Line

For The Record

There is a lot of industry discussion underway about the promise of natural language processing (NLP). Increasingly recognized as a powerful tool for unlocking vital clinical data, NLP turns unstructured documentation into shareable data that can be analyzed and acted upon.

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MAP Health Management Taps Wolters Kluwer Health for Data Exchange Services

Becker's Hospital Review

MAP Health Management — a provider of telehealth and patient engagement solutions for patients with chronic behavioral health disorders — will integrate Wolters Kluwer Health’s Health Language platform to improve its data exchange practices. Health Language, a terminology and data management solution, will support MAP Health Management’s data sharing capabilities for its behavioral health services.

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MAP Health Adopts Health Language System for Population Health Platform

Healthcare IT News

MAP Health Management, a vendor of telehealth systems and other health IT for behavioral health providers, is integrating Health Language, a terminology management system from Wolters Kluwer Health, to enhance interoperability and support more compliant data exchange within its behavioral health platform.

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Guide to Clinical Analytics

Health Management Technology

The field of clinical analytics enables cooperation between patients, providers, and payers. This is sometimes easier said than done. The end goal for healthcare organizations is to improve outcomes and reduce costs.

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