HIM 105 : Health Information Compliance and Analytics

Transcript title

Health Info Comp Analytics

Credits

3

Grade mode

Standard letter grades

Contact hours total

50

Lecture hours

10

Other hours

40

Prerequisites

Instructor approval.

Description

Provides an in-depth study of the federal and state requirements and accreditation guidelines for health data and information compliance. Emphasis is defining the role of the healthcare record as a basis for compliance and risk management in diverse healthcare settings.

Learning outcomes

1. Identify the concepts of compliance, analytics, and risk management.
2. Examine the difference between federal and state regulatory mandates, and voluntary accreditation.
3. Identify and analyze documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in acute care.
4. Identify and analyze documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in ambulatory care.
5. Identify and analyze documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in long-term care.
6. Identify and analyze documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in home health care and hospice.
7. Identify and analyze documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in other health care settings.
8. Identify and analyze documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in behavioral health facilities.
9. Examine quality healthcare and patient safety through the analysis of The Joint Commissions standards of accreditation.

Content outline

1. Identify the concepts of compliance, analytics, and risk management.
2. Federal and state requirements and accreditation guidelines.
3. Documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in acute care.
4. Documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in ambulatory care.
5. Documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in long-term health care
6. Documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in home health care and hospice.
7. Documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in other health care settings.
8. Documentation standards, accreditation, and liability in behavioral health care.
9. The Joint Commission.

Required materials

Required textbook, computer and reliable internet access, portable storage device (ie. usb drive).

Grading methods

This class require a passing grade of 75% or better.

Outside of
expected

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