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162. How did EHR designers get control of health care?

only get consent from the patient for us to view their records at another hospital that uses the same EHR when the patient is physically in front of us at an appointment? Why can’t this be changed? If my patient tells me over the phone that they went to another hospital with a medical emergency, shouldn’t there be a button that they can click in their secure HIPAA-compliant patient portal that authorizes me to see those records? Why is it they have to come in for me to print out a paper copy

2018 KevinMD blog

164. Intern year is still universally hard. Intern year is also universally great.

is racing with the thoughts of the day: Did I remember to replete all my patients? Did I order all the correct labs for tomorrow? Did I toss the extra lists and stickers into the HIPAA bins? And don’t forget, you still have to read and practice your hand skills. I remember back to my first medical school course: “Introduction to the Profession.” We read When the Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down; we wrote letters to ourselves to open after four years of medical school; we had small group discussions

2018 KevinMD blog

165. Are patients using social media to attack physicians?

reasons, know going in that they can become a target. It’s part of the job description. In fact, you know you’re actually starting to make a difference once the hateful Tweets start flying. But what about those physicians or practices that become unwilling targets on social media? What recourse do they have? What can be done? Unfortunately, not much. We are simply playing by a different set of rules. Physicians need to always be mindful of HIPAA laws and patient privacy. If a patient is unhappy (...) with their physician and takes to Twitter or Facebook to post hateful comments, that physician cannot publicly defend themselves. They can’t even acknowledge that they know the patient or that the visit took place as that violates HIPAA. They have to sit back and take their medicine. This type of patient behavior is inappropriate on many levels. Social media affords anyone a platform and ability to type whatever they wish, regardless of merit or truth. Anonymous accounts are the worst offenders, offering strong

2018 KevinMD blog

166. Future Osteoporotic Fracture Risk related to Lumbar Vertebral Trabecular Attenuation Measured at Routine Body CT. (PubMed)

Future Osteoporotic Fracture Risk related to Lumbar Vertebral Trabecular Attenuation Measured at Routine Body CT. We sought to determine if vertebral trabecular attenuation values measured on routine body computed tomography (CT) scans obtained for a variety of unrelated indications can predict future osteoporotic fractures at multiple skeletal sites. For this Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)-compliant and Institutional Review Board (IRB)-approved retrospective cohort

2018 Journal of Bone and Mineral Research

168. President Trump:Diagnosis and, if Necessary Therapy: Doing it Ethically

a loathsome disease (medical conditions have a special requirements in society). You are absolutely free to do such a thing. You are also free to drive a car without a license while under the influence of alcohol. In both situations you are also NOT immune to consequences. The person that you opine on may have their physician who examined them come up with a different diagnosis sue you for malpractice for misdiagnosis, HIPAA violations for public disclosure of his personal protected health information

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

169. Diagnostic Performance and Interreader Agreement of a Standardized MR Imaging Approach in the Prediction of Small Renal Mass Histology. (PubMed)

Diagnostic Performance and Interreader Agreement of a Standardized MR Imaging Approach in the Prediction of Small Renal Mass Histology. Purpose To assess the diagnostic performance and interreader agreement of a standardized diagnostic algorithm in determining the histologic type of small (≤4 cm) renal masses (SRMs) with multiparametric magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. Materials and Methods This single-center retrospective HIPAA-compliant institutional review board-approved study included 103

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2018 Radiology

170. History of cervical insufficiency increases the risk of pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence in parous women. (PubMed)

has not previously been evaluated. Our objective was to determine whether a history of cervical insufficiency is associated with an increased risk of pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence after controlling for confounders.The study used de-identified clinical data from a large multi-institution electronic health records HIPAA-compliant data web application, Explorys Inc. (Cleveland, Ohio, USA). Women with a history of at least one prior delivery after at least 20 weeks' gestation

2018 Maturitas

171. Outcome of Architectural Distortion Detected Only at Breast Tomosynthesis versus 2D Mammography. (PubMed)

Outcome of Architectural Distortion Detected Only at Breast Tomosynthesis versus 2D Mammography. Purpose To compare the outcome of architectural distortion (AD) without associated mass only on digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) with AD seen at two-dimensional (2D) mammography and to evaluate if the incidence of malignancy is influenced by the presence of a correlate at ultrasonography (US). Materials and Methods This retrospective study had institutional review board approval and was HIPAA

2018 Radiology

172. What is the perfect fee-for-service system?

on today’s clunky electronic medical record systems to collect such data, further shifts a doctor’s focus towards compliance and away from patient care. The result is rampant burnout in the medical community, not better care. The first step towards better care in the U.S. is the removal of the excessive administrative burdens created by the U.S. government (E&M payment coding, HIPAA, MACRA, etc.), and insurance companies (prior authorizations, excessive denials). The next step is to develop usable

2018 KevinMD blog

173. Initiative for Early Lung Cancer Research on Treatment: Development of Study Design and Pilot Implementation. (PubMed)

Research for Treatment, to compare treatments for stage I NSCLC. HIPAA compliant institutional review board approval was obtained and we performed a feasibility study of the first 206 surgical patients.Lobectomy was performed in 89 (43.2%) patients, and sublobar resection was performed in 117 (56.7%) patients. Mediastinal lymph node resection was performed in 173 (84.0%) patients, 8 had N1 and 3 N2 lymph node metastases. Patients stated that both the surgeon's opinion (93%) and the patient's own

2018 Journal of Thoracic Oncology

174. Predonation Volume of Future Remnant Cortical Kidney Helps Predict Postdonation Renal Function in Live Kidney Donors. (PubMed)

Predonation Volume of Future Remnant Cortical Kidney Helps Predict Postdonation Renal Function in Live Kidney Donors. Purpose To determine whether the predonation computed tomography (CT)-based volume of the future remnant kidney is predictive of postdonation renal function in living kidney donors. Materials and Methods This institutional review board-approved, retrospective, HIPAA-compliant study included 126 live kidney donors who had undergone predonation renal CT between January 2007

2018 Radiology

175. deidentify (PubMed)

deidentify The increased adoption of Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems offers new opportunities for clinical research. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) mandates that medical records need to be stripped of personal identifiers in order to be shared. One particular challenge is how to handle free-text medical records. While many methods have been developed, there is a dearth of software tools than can be easily used by practitioners. We present deidentify

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2018 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings

176. Proficiency of First-Year Podiatric Medical Residents in the Use of Electronic Medical Records (PubMed)

, with open-ended responses including concerns about potential HIPAA violations, data breaches, or lost data.Residency directors deem it important that incoming first-year residents have a basic understanding of electronic medical records and related health informatics concepts; however, in-depth knowledge is not expected because of the high number of software programs available. Nonetheless, nearly one-third of respondents reported that inexperience in electronic medical record use does have

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2018 Perspectives in Health Information Management

177. Influence of DisCoVisc Ophthalmic Viscosurgical Device (OVD) on Intraoperative Aberrometry Readings

Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Criteria Inclusion Criteria: In good general health Between 22 and 95 years of age and diagnosed with cataract(s) Able to comprehend and sign a written statement of informed consent for participation in the study, including HIPAA Undergoing cataract extraction surgery with an Alcon SN6 platform intraocular lens implantation into the posterior chamber Clear intraocular media, other than cataract Potential postoperative best-corrected visual acuity (BSCVA) of 20/30

2018 Clinical Trials

178. To Evaluate Safety and Tolerability of VERU-111 in Men With Advanced Metastatic Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer

and HIPAA authorization for the release of personal health information. NOTE: HIPAA authorization may be either included in the informed consent or obtained separately. Patients >18 years of age. Histological or cytologic proof of adenocarcinoma of the prostate. Radiographic evidence of metastatic disease by CT scan or MRI and/or bone scan. Known castration resistant prostate cancer, defined according to PCWG3 criteria. Subjects who have metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer that have

2018 Clinical Trials

179. High-resolution Imaging of Myeloperoxidase Activity Sensors in Human Cerebrovascular Disease (PubMed)

High-resolution Imaging of Myeloperoxidase Activity Sensors in Human Cerebrovascular Disease Progress in clinical development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) substrate-sensors of enzymatic activity has been slow partly due to the lack of human efficacy data. We report here a strategy that may serve as a shortcut from bench to bedside. We tested ultra high-resolution 7T MRI (µMRI) of human surgical histology sections in a 3-year IRB approved, HIPAA compliant study of surgically clipped brain

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2018 Scientific reports

180. The Ad-Hoc Uncertainty Principle of Patient Privacy (PubMed)

The Ad-Hoc Uncertainty Principle of Patient Privacy The Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) allows for the exchange of de-identified patient data, but its definition of de-identification is essentially open-ended, thus leaving the onus on dataset providers to ensure patient privacy. The Patient Centered Outcomes Research Network (PCORnet) builds a de-identification approach into queries, but we have noticed various subtle problems with this approach. We censor

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2018 AMIA Summits on Translational Science Proceedings

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