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September 17, 2020

Personal Health vs. Data Privacy During and After a Global Pandemic

There is an inherent conflict between a person’s healthcare needs and a right to privacy. In order to deliver quality care, it would be best if all patient health information were be instantaneously available to everybody.

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September 4, 2020

COVID’s Impact on the Future of HIM: Coding, CDI, and ROI

In this virtual roundtable, three HIM experts share insights gleaned from their experiences during the initial COVID-19 outbreak. The focus is on challenges and best practices in coding, clinical documentation improvement, and release of information.

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August 26, 2020

Can Social Determinants of Health Meet Its Moment in a Pandemic?

Joe Nicholson, DO says that COVID-19 offers an opportunity for deep and widespread adoption of SDOH initiatives—not just as a response to the pandemic, but a viable pathway for closing long-standing disparities and inequities in our public health system.

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August 3, 2020

Privacy on the Global Stage

Examining how other countries face the growing threats to the privacy and security of personal information, and how those approaches relate to US laws

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July 23, 2020

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Work Life of HIM Professionals: An IFHIMA Survey

Between March 19 and April 11, IFHIMA conducted a survey of its membership who are representative of the WHO regions, including Africa, the Americas, Eastern Mediterranean, Europe, South East Asia, and Western Pacific. The survey results represent the early days of the pandemic.

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July 7, 2020

Health Information Management Best Practices for Quality Health Data During the COVID-19 Global Pandemic

The emergence of the deadly COVID-19 virus, resulting in the current worldwide pandemic requires effective information management and accurate data reporting to enable the healthcare community’s efforts to learn as much as possible about this specific strain of coronavirus and halt the pandemic. 

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