We will make wider use of electronic records and other health information technology to help control costs and reduce dangerous medical errors.
—PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH, JANUARY 31, 2006
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If you can discern who, what, when, where, why, and how from the above paragraph, then set this book aside. You will not need it. Walk confidently into your next healthcare audit, because you have passed your first audit test in the e-health world by believing that all available and appropriate information is quickly at hand. This is the wrong assumption to make! If you cannot make sense of the first paragraph, then continue reading.
If you have never had the experience of auditing or attempting to use an electronic record output like the first paragraph, then you have not experienced ...