Achieving meaningful use of ehrs hipaa 5010

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achieving meaningful use of EHRs. HIPAA 5010 regulations. the Joint Commission's National Patient Safety goals.
19. Ultimate responsibility for the quality and completion of entries in patient health records belongs to the
20. The minimum length of time for retaining original medical records is primarily governed by
21. Joint Commission requires the attending physician to countersign health record documentation that
22. The best example of point-of-care service and documentation is using occurrence screens to identify adverse events. nurses using bedside terminals to record vital signs. doctors using voice recognition systems to dictate radiology reports. using an automated tracking system to locate a record.
23. As part of Joint Commission's National Patient Safety Goal initiative, acute care hospitals are now required to use a preoperative verification process to confirm the patient's true identity and to confirm that necessary documents such as X-rays or medical records are available. They must also develop and
24. The final HITECH Omnibus Rule expanded some of HIPAA’s original requirements, including changes in immunization disclosures. As a result, where states require immunization records of a minor prior to admitting a student to a school, a covered entity is permitted to disclose proof of immunization to a school without written authorization of the parent written authorization by the child any communication with the parent documentation of any kind
25. The performance of ongoing record reviews is an important tool in ensuring data quality. These

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