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H.I.M. Reverse Definitions

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Any information pertaining to someone's physical or mental health, condition or infirmity, whether given orally or recorded in any manner, that is created or received directly or indirectly by a health professional or health organization health information
A person, person's, or organization who has the responsibility for safekeeping and controlling personal health information in connection with the powers and duties performed health information custodian
Any documentation relating to a health-care client. The term record is used for a single document, such as a doctor's notes on assessment or a lab report. It also refers to a collection of documents, such as a client's charts health record
A legal health record in digital format. It contains client's health information collected by one or a group of providers in one location. It is a subset of the electronic health record electronic medical record (EMR)
An accumulation of essential information from an individual's electronic medical records that is accesses electronically at different points of service for purposes of client care electronic health record (EHR)
A total medical office system, including both hardware and software, with the capability of replacing all components of a paper chart (health record) electronically electronic medical records system
A small security device that can be added to a computer for access purposes. It displays a randomly generated access code that changes every few seconds fob
(of file) review and reorganize to remove outdated or irrelevant information purge
A temporary filing space for files in current use auxiliary file
To remove a file from active status and store it in a secondary location or on a secondary medium archive
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