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Planning is an important part of medical records. Maintaining privacy has become more challenging, especially in the electronic era. Hospitals must protect the privacy, security, and integrity of information collected.
During this program, attendees will learn about the standards in the current Joint Commission Information Management (IM) chapter for hospitals. Nine changes were made recently to the IM chapter as part of The Joint Commission’s newly revamped accreditation process, Project REFRESH.
Our expert will discuss capturing, storing, and retrieving data as well as data monitoring and health information management processes. Additionally, we'll explore the CMS hospital memo on privacy and confidentiality, as it contains related information.
|- Required P & Ps||- Privacy & security memo||- Protection of privacy|
|- Plans for managing information||- Storage & retrieval||- RC chapter|
|- Accurate health information||- Loss, damage & theft||- IM.02.02.03|
|- Retention & destruction||- Certificate of destruction||- Record availability|
|- Unannounced HIPAA audits||- IM standard crosswalk||- Information mangement|
|- Federal & state laws||- CMS memo on legibility||And more!|