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Hospital IT chiefs want more data integration in EHRs

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Report: Pandemic has set global health back 25 years | Hospital IT chiefs want more data integration in EHRs | FDA approves Fitbit's ECG app for detecting AFib
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September 16, 2020
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The pandemic has pushed back work on global health issues by 25 years, according to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Goalkeepers report. Extreme poverty worldwide has increased by 7%, and routine immunizations have declined, the report said.
Full Story: Reuters (9/15) 
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Hospital IT chiefs want more data integration in EHRs
Chief innovation and data officers say they'd like EHR vendors to add cognitive computing tools, features that mesh revenue cycle with clinical operations, and more integration between structured and unstructured data fields. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Chief Transformation Officer Peter Fleischut says he would value "anything that would make the experience less transactional, less episodic and more end-to-end digital."
Full Story: Becker's Hospital Review (9/15) 
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The FDA and regulators in the European Union approved Fitbit's electrocardiogram app on the Fitbit Sense smartwatch to detect atrial fibrillation and monitor heart rhythm. A company-sponsored clinical study found the app differentiated atrial fibrillation from normal sinus rhythm and detected more than 98% of AFib cases.
Full Story: MobiHealthNews (9/14) 
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Kaspersky: Microsoft Office top target for hackers
Microsoft Office vulnerabilities are the top target for cybercriminals who exploit software flaws, says Kaspersky Lab, which reported nearly 900 million attacks launched worldwide during the second quarter. Researchers say almost 1 in 4 laptops provided by companies to home workers lack adequate security.
Full Story: TechRadar (9/14) 
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Researchers from Japan have developed a painless diagnostic tool made of porous microneedles and paper-based sensors that can potentially be used to screen for conditions like prediabetes. The patches are disposable, biodegradable and biocompatible, and they can also be used without medical expertise or training, according to a study in the journal Medical Devices & Sensors.
Full Story: Medical Dialogues (9/15) 
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The HHS offices of the National Coordinator for Health IT and Civil Rights added new features and options to its downloadable HIPAA Security Risk Assessment Tool for small and midsize health care practices. The new tool has more report export options and an enhanced user interface.
Full Story: Health IT Security (9/15) 
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The AHIMA20 Virtual Conference, October 14-17, will include over 100 educational sessions, opportunities to make professional connections, a virtual exhibit hall, access to on-demand session recordings for additional CEUs, and more. Register today!
Minnesota family physician Kurt Schwieters started posting basic COVID-19-related information on Facebook this spring as the coronavirus spread, and his posts became so popular he expanded them to a video series. "During the early stages of COVID-19, Dr. Schwieters' reliable updates brought comfort to many in the area because [they were] coming from a familiar face and someone they trusted," said Bryan Bauck of CentraCare Health's Melrose clinic, where Schwieters practices.
Full Story: Minnesota Public Radio (9/16) 
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Life insurance firm plans to tap wearables to assess risk
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Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance plans to use data from wearable fitness devices to predict mortality risk, potentially offering premium discounts to people who maintain healthy behavioral habits, says MassMutual head of enterprise technology Gareth Ross. The company has been digitizing decades' worth of health data and developing machine learning algorithms to predict mortality risk.
Full Story: InformationWeek (9/16) 
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News from AHIMA
Lynette Williamson, EdD, MBA, RHIA, CCS, CPC, FAHIMA, writes in the September issue of the Journal of AHIMA about her experience as a COVID-19 contact tracer in Hawaii. She details the importance of health information professionals and contact tracers taking into account Hawaii's diverse geography and culture when rolling out a contact tracing initiative in the state. Read the article.
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We are excited to announce the AHIMA20 Conference taking place Oct. 14-17 will be fully virtual! We're working diligently to create a one-of-a-kind virtual experience, so attendees do not have to worry about sacrificing the cutting-edge education or advantageous connections typically associated with the in-person event. Participants will benefit from more than 100 educational sessions, networking opportunities, a virtual exhibit hall, and full access to on-demand session recordings for additional CEU opportunities. We know you'll be pleased with the new engagement opportunities during this virtual experience. Register today!
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