The lock symbol indicates that access is restricted to students, faculty and staff of Dakota State University (that is, when off-campus, use will need to use your DSU library ID and password for login).
The first research database will also lead to video and audio materials.
SPECIAL NOTE: Not every health database will index the key journals for health information management. Your key professional journal Journal of AHIMA and other core professional journals (for example, Joint Commission Perspectives and Hospitals and Health Networks) may be found by searching PubMed.
To successfully find legal information, you will need to select research databases and sources appropriate for finding the legal information you need. This means choosing a resource that provides the correct:
1. category of law (regulatory, judicial, or statutory)
2. level of government (federal or state)
Links to these legal research tools are further below:
For Federal REGULATIONS, use the following:
For State REGULATIONS, use the following:
For Federal CASE LAW, use:
For State CASE LAW, use:
For Federal STATUTORY LAW, use:
For State STATUTORY LAW, use:
The following sources provide a range of factual information and statistics about hospitals and physicians
PRINT SOURCES IN LIBRARY:
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