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  THIS JUST IN October 11, 2012  

Get ready to accelerate electronic health information sharing

The Bipartisan Policy Center report “Accelerating Electronic Information Sharing to Improve Quality and Reduce Costs in Health Care” discusses ways to promote electronic health information sharing, including access to patient information by clinicians and all members of the healthcare team, regardless of care setting, while safeguarding the privacy and security of health information.

Patients give thumbs-up to online access of physicians’ notes

Giving patients electronic access to their physicians’ notes may help them feel more in control of their care and increase medication adherence, according to a study reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Working together to serve veterans

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers the Community Provider Toolkit to support the mental health services provided to veterans, with information on connecting with the VA and understanding military culture and experience, as well as tools for working with veterans experiencing a variety of mental health conditions.

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STIs: Options & considerations
Jane Dimmitt Champion, PhD, DNP, RN, FNP, AH-PMH-CNS, FAAN, and Jennifer L. Collins, PhD, RN

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  2012 Nurse’s Guide to Infusion Coding and Documentation

A tool to help nurses do their jobs more effectively and efficiently

Nurses who provide infusion services work under tremendous pressure. Besides their clinical responsibilities, they are expected to identify or enter procedure codes for the billing of services. This is no easy task given the complex and often confusing official guidelines for code assignments and coding hierarchies. MedLearn Publishing has created a peer reviewed, quick-reference handbook tailored to the needs of nurses that addresses coding for outpatient infusion services in the hospital setting. Click here for details.


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