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Data & Coding
The AHA Annual Survey is completed online by most U.S. hospitals, and profiles a universe of more than 6,400 hospitals. It has more than 1,000 inputs covering an organization’s structure, service lines, staffing, expenses, physician organization structures, beds and utilization. This data is made available through several electronic and print resources, including the AHA Guide and AHA Healthcare DataViewer.
AHA Healthcare Data Viewer™
AHA Healthcare DataViewer addresses real-world market research and business development questions through subscriptions or licensing agreements. It uses AHA's proprietary information, widely considered to be the “gold standard,” to give subscribers timely and accurate information they can use to create custom reports for their business.
The Most Wired Survey helps hospitals and health systems measure their progress in the implementation and use of information technology in four critical areas: infrastructure, business and administrative management, clinical quality and safety and clinical integration.
AHA Central Office Coding Resources
AHA is the official U.S. clearinghouse on medical coding for the proper use of ICD-9, ICD-10 and HCPCS classifications. These codes are not only used to document routine events such as medical diagnoses and procedures, but also for medical events such as poisonings and any adverse effects of drugs. The AHA Coding team produces educational materials that help coders understand and implement the official coding guidelines.
Coding Clinic Advisor
Coding Clinic Advisor is an online coding question submission website provided by AHA Central Office, the official U.S. Clearinghouse on medical coding for the proper use of the ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM and certain HCPCS codes.
The NUBC was formed to develop a single billing form and standard data set that could be used nationwide by institutional providers and payers for handling health care claims. The National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC) was brought together by the American Hospital Association (AHA) in 1975 and it includes the participation of all the major national provider and payer organizations.