The Best Selling Text in the Field
Updated for the New Era of Health Care IT
"This is the most comprehensive and authoritative book available for the field today."
—Mark L. Diana, PhD, assistant professor and MHA program director, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University
"With health care information technology now in the national policy spotlight, this book should be required reading for every health care administrator and student."
—Mark Leavitt, MD, PhD, chairman, Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology
"The book provides an excellent overview of foundational principles and practical strategies—a valuable reference for health administration and health informatics students and professionals."
—Eta S. Berner, EdD, professor, Department of Health Services Administration, University of Alabama, Birmingham
"The authors skillfully provide the tools necessary to facilitate movement from a paper-based to an electronic health record environment while championing the importance of managing in such an environment."
— Melanie S. Brodnik, PhD, director and associate professor, School of Allied Medical Professions, Ohio State University
"Deploying health care information technology today is like navigating whitewater in the midst of a raging storm. Leveraging investments while introducing significant change is no easy task. It requires focused attention, a spirit of collaboration, and a willingness to learn from others. This book is written for the IT leader who is willing to tackle these challenges."
—Stephanie Reel, CIO and vice provost for Information Technologies, Johns Hopkins University
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Health Care Information Systems is a primary text on the effective use of data and information technology to improve organizational performance in health care settings. This book provides the fundamental knowledge and tools that students need to manage information and information resources effectively within a variety of health care organizations. Students will gain insight into the origins and uses of health information and learn about a variety of health information systems in use today, with a focus on electronic medical record systems.About the Author:
Karen A. Wager, DBA, is executive director of student affairs and associate professor, College of Health Professions, Medical University of South Carolina.
Frances Wickham Lee, DBA, is director of instructional operations for the Clinical Effectiveness and Patient Safety Center and associate professor, College of Health Professions and College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina.
John P. Glaser, PhD, is vice president and chief information officer, Partners HealthCare, Boston, Massachusetts.
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Book Description Jossey-Bass, 2009. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Tables, Figures, and Exhibits.Foreword.Acknowledgments.The Authors.Preface.PART 1: HEALTH CARE INFORMATION.1. Introduction to Health Care Information.Learning Objectives.Types of Health Care Information.Internal Data and Information: Patient Specific-Clinical.Internal Data and Information: Patient Specific-Administrative.Internal Data and Information: Patient Specific-Combining Clinical and Administrative.Internal Data and Information: Aggregate-Clinical.Internal Data and Information: Aggregate-Administrative.Internal Data and Information: Aggregate-Combining Clinical and Administrative.External Data and Information: Comparative.External Data and Information: Expert or Knowledge Based.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.2. Health Care Data Quality.Learning Objectives.Data Versus Information.Problems with Poor-Quality Data.Ensuring Data and Information Quality.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.3. Health Care Information Regulations, Laws, and Standards.Learning Objectives.Licensure, Certification, and Accreditation.Legal Aspects of Managing Health Information.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.PART 2: HEALTH CARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS.4. History and Evolution of Health Care Information Systems.Learning Objectives.Definition of Terms.History and Evolution.Why Health Care Lags in IT.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.5. Current and Emerging Use of Clinical Information Systems.Learning Objectives.The Electronic Medical Record.Other Major HCIS Types.Fitting Applications Together.Information Exchange Across Boundaries.Overcoming Barriers to Adoption.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.6. System Acquisition.Learning Objectives.System Acquisition: A Definition.Systems Development Life Cycle.System Acquisition Process.Project Management Tools.Things That Can Go Wrong.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.7. System Implementation and Support.Learning Objectives.System Implementation Process.Managing the Organizational Aspects.System Support and Evaluation.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.PART 3: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.8. Technologies that Support Health Care Information Systems.Learning Objectives.System Software.Data Management and Access.Networks and Data Communications.Information Processing Distribution Schemes.The Internet, Intranet, and Extranets.Clinical and Managerial Decision Support.Trends in User Interactions with Systems.Information Systems Architecture.Summary.Key Terms.Learning Activities.9. Health Care Information System Standards.Learning Objectives.Standards Development Process.Classification, Vocabulary, and Terminology Standards.Health Record Content Standards.Summary.Key Terms.Learning. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0470387807
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