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The Resource Healthcare information management systems : cases, strategies, and solutions, Charlotte A. Weaver, Marion J. Ball, George R. Kim, Joan M. Kiel, editors

Healthcare information management systems : cases, strategies, and solutions, Charlotte A. Weaver, Marion J. Ball, George R. Kim, Joan M. Kiel, editors

Label
Healthcare information management systems : cases, strategies, and solutions
Title
Healthcare information management systems
Title remainder
cases, strategies, and solutions
Statement of responsibility
Charlotte A. Weaver, Marion J. Ball, George R. Kim, Joan M. Kiel, editors
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This 4th edition of Healthcare information management systems: cases, strategies, and solutions has been thoroughly updated, as concepts such as Meaningful Use (MU), interoperability, personalized medicine and health IT have had a considerable impact on patient safety and health outcomes. It outlines the issues of EHR adoption under MU and, as anticipated gains in efficiency, quality and costs have not always been seen, it also provides a framework within which solutions to the frustration, dissatisfaction, and growing concerns can be found. Many suggest that a technology sea change is needed with a second generation of EHRs developed on 21st century architectures that more closely match the flexibility and power of mobile and web-based applications available in the general marketplace." -- Back cover
Member of
Cataloging source
NLM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RA394
LC item number
.H45 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Weaver, Charlotte A.
  • Ball, Marion J.
  • Kim, George R.
  • Kiel, Joan M.
Series statement
Health informatics,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Health services administration
  • Information storage and retrieval systems
  • Health services administration
  • Information storage and retrieval systems
Label
Healthcare information management systems : cases, strategies, and solutions, Charlotte A. Weaver, Marion J. Ball, George R. Kim, Joan M. Kiel, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Clinical decision support: history and basic concepts -- 2. Electronic health record features, functions, and privileges that clinicians need to provide safe and effective care for adults and children -- 3. The journey to usability: a vendor's perspective -- 4. Snapshot at mid-stride: current state of EHRs and their use by clinicians from a CMIO's perspective -- 5. The evolution of EHR-S functionality for care and coordination -- 6. Great promises of healthcare information technology deliver less -- 7. Ten reasons why interoperability is difficult -- 8. The evolution of health information technology policy in the United States -- 9. Usability: making it real from concepts to implementation and end-user adoption -- 10. Incorporating patient generated health data into chronic disease management: a human factors approach -- 11. Transformed roles for a transformed healthcare system: where do clinical informaticists fit in now? -- 12. Emerging roles in health and healthcare -- 13. Impact of the digital age on transforming healthcare -- 14. Health information crossroad: an opportunity to deliver real measurable outcomes for better health and well being -- 15. Health IT"s essential role in the patient-centered medical home and practice-based population health management -- 16. Patient-interactive healthcare management, a model for achieving patient experience excellence -- 17. The patient of the future: participatory medicine and enabling technologies -- 18. Data driven patient safety and clinical information technology -- 19. Simulation: a view into the future of education -- 20. The health record banking model for health information infrastructure -- 21. Next generation wellness: a technology model for personalizing healthcare -- 22. Wearable technologies and telehealth in care management for chronic illness -- 23. The role of big data and analytics in health payer transformation to consumer-centricity -- 24. Interoperability: E pluribus unum -- 25. Privacy and data security: HIPAA and HITECH -- 26. Building a reliable and affordable system fo medical care -- 27. Engineering the next generation of health systems -- 28. Emerging clinical decision support technology for the twenty first century -- 29. Beyond current HIMS: future visions and a roadmap -- 30. Big data analytical technologies and decision support in critical care -- 31. Data driven analytics for personalized healthcare -- 32. Cognitive computing for electronic medical records -- 33. Health information systems 2025
Control code
927291984
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Fourth edition
Extent
xxiii, 618 pages
Isbn
9783319207643
Lccn
2015950749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
9783319207643
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)927291984
Label
Healthcare information management systems : cases, strategies, and solutions, Charlotte A. Weaver, Marion J. Ball, George R. Kim, Joan M. Kiel, editors
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Clinical decision support: history and basic concepts -- 2. Electronic health record features, functions, and privileges that clinicians need to provide safe and effective care for adults and children -- 3. The journey to usability: a vendor's perspective -- 4. Snapshot at mid-stride: current state of EHRs and their use by clinicians from a CMIO's perspective -- 5. The evolution of EHR-S functionality for care and coordination -- 6. Great promises of healthcare information technology deliver less -- 7. Ten reasons why interoperability is difficult -- 8. The evolution of health information technology policy in the United States -- 9. Usability: making it real from concepts to implementation and end-user adoption -- 10. Incorporating patient generated health data into chronic disease management: a human factors approach -- 11. Transformed roles for a transformed healthcare system: where do clinical informaticists fit in now? -- 12. Emerging roles in health and healthcare -- 13. Impact of the digital age on transforming healthcare -- 14. Health information crossroad: an opportunity to deliver real measurable outcomes for better health and well being -- 15. Health IT"s essential role in the patient-centered medical home and practice-based population health management -- 16. Patient-interactive healthcare management, a model for achieving patient experience excellence -- 17. The patient of the future: participatory medicine and enabling technologies -- 18. Data driven patient safety and clinical information technology -- 19. Simulation: a view into the future of education -- 20. The health record banking model for health information infrastructure -- 21. Next generation wellness: a technology model for personalizing healthcare -- 22. Wearable technologies and telehealth in care management for chronic illness -- 23. The role of big data and analytics in health payer transformation to consumer-centricity -- 24. Interoperability: E pluribus unum -- 25. Privacy and data security: HIPAA and HITECH -- 26. Building a reliable and affordable system fo medical care -- 27. Engineering the next generation of health systems -- 28. Emerging clinical decision support technology for the twenty first century -- 29. Beyond current HIMS: future visions and a roadmap -- 30. Big data analytical technologies and decision support in critical care -- 31. Data driven analytics for personalized healthcare -- 32. Cognitive computing for electronic medical records -- 33. Health information systems 2025
Control code
927291984
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Fourth edition
Extent
xxiii, 618 pages
Isbn
9783319207643
Lccn
2015950749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
9783319207643
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)927291984

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