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EHR copy and paste fraud risks drawing in provider compliance officers
This article is part of the Pulse issue of October 2013
Copying and pasting into EHRs, "exploding notes" and other shortcuts are drawing scrutiny from compliance officers -- because it's looking more and more like fraud to payers.
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