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Among the multitude of tasks to prepare for the ICD-10 code sets, providers also should conduct two core tests with insurers: Acknowledgement testing, also known as historical validation testing, and End-to-End testing.  read more »
UNC Health Care facilities are the first in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area to go live on the North Carolina Health Information Exchange (NC HIE) integrated Direct Secure Messaging solution.  read more »
An audit from the General Accounting Office concludes that the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs are not making a lot of progress on their latest plan to modernize electronic health records systems, including provisions for interoperability.  read more »
"Patient engagement" is a popular term currently, but the practice of providing consumers with relevant data about the clinical and financial aspects of their care is still in its infancy. Nevertheless, employers and health plans appear to be more than ready to provide such platforms to consumers.  read more »
UNC Health Care facilities are the first in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area to go live on the North Carolina Health Information Exchange (NC HIE) integrated Direct Secure Messaging solution.  read more »
Analysis of data on ambulatory providers’ satisfaction with their claims clearinghouses finds many are generally pleased with their vendor’s performance.  read more »
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