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    Internal Audits Help Combat Payer Risk

    By Dawn Crump, MA, CHC, SSBB for For the Record Wonder Woman has a golden lasso. Captain America has an impenetrable shield. Thor has a lightning hammer. Just as these magical tools bolster superheroes’ defenses, insights gleaned from internal audits are your organization’s superpower to prevent revenue recoupment…

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    ChristianaCare rolls out ‘cobots’ to help nurses with nonclinical tasks

    By Mike Millard for Healthcare IT News ChristianaCare this week announced some new help to augment its workforce: robotic assistants that can help nurses and other hospital staff spend more time with patients by automatic certain time-intensive tasks. WHY IT MATTERS The technology, called Moxi, is a collaborative…

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    Employees cause more cyber breaches in healthcare than other industries, report finds

    By Rebecca Pifer for Healthcare Dive Dive Brief: Internal actors continue to pose a sticky cybersecurity problem for healthcare companies despite not causing a majority of data breaches, according to a new data breach report from Verizon. Employees were responsible for 39% of healthcare breaches last year. That’s…

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    Social determinants of health and medical coding: What to know

    Andeis Robezienks for AMA Recognition of the impact that social determinants of health (SDOH) have on patients’ outcomes is growing, as is the desire to incorporate SDOH factors into patient-care plans. But awareness of an existing data infrastructure that could help physician practices do so is limited. “The…

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    Physicians with their own practices are more satisfied with EHRs, study finds

    By Giles Bruce for Becker’s Hospital Review Physicians who own their practices are more satisfied with their electronic health records than physicians who don’t, an April 21 investigation in JAMA Network Open found. The researchers looked at 1,368 responses to the 2019 National Electronic Health Records Survey and found that 68.1…

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    3 ways to build trust in health AI

    By Georgina Gonzalez for Becker’s Hospital Review The fourth industrial revolution that brought digital technology to lives around the world has the potential to revolutionize healthcare through artificial intelligence, but before it can, it must be widely trusted by both patients and physicians, according to a World Economic…

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    The top 10 women leaders of health tech

    By Georgina Gonzalez for Becker’s Hospital Review From big corporations to fast growing start-ups, women executives in the health tech industry are making a mark in their organizations. Twenty-five such leaders have been honored by the Healthcare Technology Report as exceptional in the healthcare software industry. The May 23 report…

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    With 25×5 initiative, AMIA sets sights on tackling clinical documentation burden

    By Mike Miliard for Healthcare IT News The American Medical Informatics Association this week announced next steps for AMIA 25×5, its multi-stakeholder effort to alleviate documentation burden for U.S. clinicians. WHY IT MATTERS Funded by the National Library of Medicine, the 25×5 Symposium to Reduce Documentation Burden on…

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