is a chronological set of computerized records that provides evidence of information system activity (log ins, log outs, file access) used to determine security violations.
is a computer-based application used to assign the diagnosis and procedure codes.
raw facts and figure.
related to providing care to the patient.
it is used for health care purposes not related specifically to patient care.
is a data has been extracted from individual health records and combined to form de-identified information about groups of patients that can be compared and analyzed.
is the process of removal of all data elements that can identify a patient.
is the permanent record of all patients treated at a healthcare facility.
are basic information about the patient such as their name, address, date of birth, and insurance information.
patient is erroneously assigned another person's health record.
when patient has more than one health record number at different locations in an enterprise.
used to match patients so the patient information can be merged and; looks for patterns/trends, /puts a flag on problematic records.
is the process of ensuring that each page in the health record is organized in a standardized format which varies by facility.
review of the health record performed by the HIM department personnel to determine the completeness of the health records.
review of the health record to determine if there is any missing information, forms, or signatures.
is the process of extracting and analyzing large volumes of data from a database for the purpose of identifying hidden and sometimes subtle relationships or patterns and using those relationships to predict behaviors.
analysis or review performed after the patient is discharged from the healthcare facility.
monitoring the quality of the documentation.
is additional information provided in the health record.
is a clarification made to healthcare documentation after the original document has been signed.
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