Health information management professionals have the knowledge and tools to assist a healthcare organization facing an electronic health records meaningful use audit, with skills that should be tapped but often are not, says Susan Clark, a consultant at the advisory firm eHealth Consulting. In a session at AHIMA16, she will explain why.

For instance, does your organization include meaningful use in its information governance initiatives? Who is keeping MU audit files and who is accountable for audit oversight activities? “This is more of a compliance project than an IT project,” Clark says.

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