Notice: This course qualified for non-legal subject matter (NLS) credit only. NLS credit does not qualify for the six hours of distance education credit that can be earned during a three year cycle. Your review of this session is solely for the education component it provides.
During this presentation, you will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of how and why electronic medical records came about, how they are utilized by health care providers, how to understand the differences between electronic health records and electronic medical records, what to look for, and how to interpret electronic medical records. Presenter also touches upon what can be learned from billing and coding.
(Disclaimer: At minute 32, there is a brief pause as they work on starting a video. At the end of this presentation, a Q&A session is conducted. IndyBar is aware that not all questions are repeated nor captured on audio. We apologize for this and hope it does not detract from the overall course offering.)
Attorneys in Indiana can currently receive up to six hours of credit per three year educational period through approved distance education activities. If you attended the live version of the program you cannot receive credit for viewing the program again online.
Carolyn Murry, Lecturer, Health Information Administration, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
February 27, 2013