URAC unveils revisions to its health information standards

February 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Feb2009 Supplement, p1
The article provides information on the revisions of the health information technology standards of URAC, a nonprofit accreditation organization formerly known as Utilization Review Accreditation Commission including the requirements of training programs and documentation through risk assessment.


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